“DWTS” Winner Bobby Bones Reunites with Partner Sharna Burgess For Surprise Dance

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Just when you thought Bobby Bones danced his last dance on season 27 of “Dancing with the Stars,” the country radio DJ had a surprise for the crowd that gathered at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

After winning the mirrorball trophy last month, Bobby hosted his annual Million Dollar Show in Nashville Monday night (Jan. 14). The event raised money for St Jude Hospital and included performances by Luke Bryan, Lady Antebellum, Cole Swindell, Jon Pardi, Brad Arnold from Three Doors Down, Maggie Rose, Bailey Bryan, Adam Hambrick and newcomer Rachel Wammack.

But it was the surprise guest of the night that got the crowd into a frenzy. Bobby showed off his mirrorball trophy and informed the crowd that he was going to do a dance from the show. “This doesn’t feel right,” he said before inviting his former dance partner Sharna Burgess to the stage to help him with their choreographed dance to MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This.”

[RELATED: Watch the “Dancing With The Stars” Performance That Sealed the Deal for Bobby Bones]

The author, dancer and DJ took to Instagram to thank Sharna for being there. “So cool for @sharnaburgess to travel all the way across the country to get to last nights show. And so cool how the crowd responded,” Bobby wrote.

Sharna also shared her feelings about the night in a social media post.

“This moment, these people, that stage, this city,” Sharna wrote. “The blessings keep on coming, and I am so grateful for all of it. What a night, and what a life. Nashville I adore you, I truly felt the love from you tonight.. just wow.@mrbobbybones you already know this.. but I’ve bloody missed you ! 💃🏻🤓#MillionDollarShow @stjude.”

[RELATED: Bobby Bones Goes Back to the ’90s on “Dancing With The Stars”]

Bobby and friends’ 4th Annual Million Dollar Show raised $202,000 for St. Jude Research hospital in Memphis.

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