Brian Austin Green and I Live Together


Sharna Burgess & Brian Austin Green
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Clearing the air. After fans asked why Sharna Burgess was looking to buy a new home, the professional dancer shut down assumptions that she isn’t living with Brian Austin Green.

Burgess, 36, took to social media on Sunday, May 29, to address her followers who were “wildly asking” about the status of her relationship after she previously discussed plans to house hunt. “So insane. I sold my house because I made amazing money on it because the market is so incredible,” the Australia native detailed via her Instagram Stories. “And I’m buying a house because my mom is moving over here and I’m buying somewhere for her to live.”

The Dancing With the Stars pro pointed out that Green, 48, helped her look at properties, explaining, “First of all, is it not obvious that Brian and I live together? And what is so scary about buying a house that you don’t live in? I don’t get it.”

Three months ago, news broke that the couple was expecting their first child together. The actor already shares son Kassius, 19, with ex-fiancée Vanessa MarcilEx-wife, Noah, 9 and Bodhi, 8; Journey, 5; and sons Noah and Noah, 9 and Journey, 8. Megan Fox.

Following a PDA-filled trip to Hawaii in December 2020, Burgesss and Green initially sparked dating speculation. The ballroom dancer suggested that there was a new person in her life amid all the rumors. “It’s been really awesome. I’m not even on the market anymore. But it’s very new and very, you know, it’s dating, essentially. No one’s calling us a relationship yet,” she exclusively told Us WeeklyOne month before she made her relationship Instagram official.

The Beverly Hills, 90210The alum later spoke glowingly about the bonds Burgess has made with his children. “I think she’s amazing,” he told Entertainment TonightIn June 2021. “My kids love her. It’s a win-win right now. She is my absolute favorite. That’s without any question at all.”

After confirming her pregnancy earlier this year, Burgess opened up about the assumption that she is “following in Megan Fox’s footsteps.”

“Normally I wouldn’t answer these types of questions but I think many women struggle with comparing themselves to a partners x [SIC]. Or to other women in general,” she wrote during an Instagram Q&A in March. “That’s because society has made out that we are a bitchy and competitive gender, that we can’t possibly be happy with who we are without wanting what ‘she’ (whoever that is to you) has. Our looks and weight are more important than any other factors. So my answer to you is simple … I don’t.”

The reality TV personality referred to Fox, 36, as “her own self and an amazing woman,” adding, “This notion that you ‘following the footsteps’ of your partners X [SIC]It is dangerous. It is dangerous to continue living by this idea. The end of a relationship. You are a unique one of a kind woman, don’t follow in anyone’s footsteps, make your own path. Create the path YOU want.”

The lengthy post concluded: “We do not need to tear down others to make ourselves feel stronger. It is not about being a burden to others, but helping one another, respecting one another and lifting each other up that makes us truly unstoppable. It is a gift to have a community of women around your. I hope that is something you realize with time.”

Fox, on the other hand, continued with Machine Gun KellyFollowing her separation from Green. The Jennifer’s BodyThe star and the musician, 32 years old, announced their engagement after a trip to Puerto Rico in Jan.

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