Brooke Burke-Charvet on Dancing with the Stars Exit: 'Change Is a Positive Thing'

Brooke Burke-Charvet on Dancing with the Stars Exit: 'Change Is a Positive Thing'
Brooke Burke-Charvet
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updated 02/22/2014 at 05:00 PM EST

originally published 02/22/2014 05:30PM

Brooke Burke-Charvet may be out of a job on Dancing with the Stars, but she's not down.

A day after news broke that she won't be returning to co-host the hit reality show, the mom of four spent the day with her kids.

Posting a photo of a toy waiting to be assembled, she Tweeted, "This is what Sat morning looks like at my house."

The former DWTS winner, who co-hosted the show for seven seasons, followed it up with a message thanking fans for all their support. "I loved my time in the ballroom & I'll love my next chapter too," she wrote. "Change is positive. Love you guys!"



And in a reply to @ModernMom the 42-year-old reiterated the sentiment, saying, "I stress about family, not TV. I believe change is a positive thing. Looking forward to seeing how this plays out for all."



Then she posted a make-up free pic with her daughter Neriah, 14, whose father is her ex-husband, plastic surgeon Garth Fisher.

In a statement, ABC thanked Burke-Charvet for her years of service. "She's been a wonderful part of the Dancing with the Stars family since her triumphant win in season seven and will unquestionably be missed by our entire team," the network, which airs the show, said in the statement. Season 18 of DWTS debuts March 17.



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