Brian Austin Green opened up about his incredible relationship journey with the “Dancing With The Stars” partner, Sharna Burgess.
Everybody remembers the news of the 47-year-old actor Brian Austin Green engaging in PDA with a new lover, Sharna Burgess, on their way to Hawaii. Later, the rumors of the new couple in town turned out to be true, as the two made their relationship Instagram official.
Now both Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess look back upon love-story.
Sharna became nostalgic in an interview with People Magazine as the 35-year-old dancer revealed the first time she met the actor Brian Austin Green.
“We met at a coffee shop, then had a few dates and then we were locked in a house together,” said Sharna Burgess. “I was grateful for that because it allowed us to really take our time and it was really awesome.”
While Brian stated that getting to know his lover “was something I’d never experienced before in my life.” The father of four had separated from his ex-spouse and star Megan Fox during the time he met Sharna Burgess.
“On our first date, we just completely lost track of time and the same thing happened the next time. It became something noticeably different from anything I’d ever experienced before,” he reminisced.
The actor also added that “I wasn’t sure what that meant until the first time we kissed and then it was the attraction and a whole bunch more. It was really cool. And we really have the same moral compass.”
The couple also talked about their support of the #Search4Smiles campaign, which is an initiative from Smile Train that seeks to provide free-of-cost cleft palate surgeries and other needs of children.
“We are trying to change as many lives as possible,” said Brian Austin Green about his and Sharna Burgess’ social work. “This is one of those issues that we could have a solution to in our lifetime.”
“I’m very passionate about it and I’m excited to do this with Brian as well because one of the things we connected on is helping others, so it’s so beautifully aligned that they came to us. We feel like we can really make a difference,” Sharna added sharing her hope for their cause.