Green, 48, and Burgess, 36, visited the Original Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit in Los Angeles, as seen in a stunning set of exclusive photos. Designed and conceived by Massimiliano Siccardi with a soundtrack by Luca Longobardi, the exhibition brings Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh's iconic artwork to life, including The Starry Night and Sunflowers.
The exhibit was incorporated into the couple's package on Monday's episode of the ABC dance competition series. Green and Burgess danced to "Say You Won't Let Go" by James Arthur, and will bring themes and elements of the art show into the ballroom for their performance.
"It's a really amazing song, it just brings up that feeling of true connection and love with somebody," Green said of their song "Say You Won't Let Go" during the show.
"So Sharna and I have been together for almost a year. It's been kind of a storybook relationship," he added. "Just being there with her, feeling the emotions that came up it was great inspiration for what we're going to perform."
Burgess shared, "It's been an incredible 11 months of showing a person truly who I am. Complete vulnerability with each other and that's new for me."
Green, who split from wife Megan Fox in 2020, has been dating Burgess for almost a year. Amid his relationship with the professional dancer, Green joined DWTS for its milestone 30th season — and naturally, the couple was paired together.
"I love sharing life with you. Thank you for being loving, and patient and kind. You have added to mine and my kids' lives in ways you will never know," the actor wrote on Instagram Monday.
"I'm doing Dancing with the Stars because of my girlfriend Sharna," Green told cameras during the season premiere last week, while Burgess added, "I am unbelievably excited to share with him something I love so deeply."
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After the performance, the pair told Access Hollywood that competing on the series together has proved to be the ultimate relationship test.
"It is so far. I mean, this is all new," said the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum said. "You know, we haven't ever been in as stressful as a situation as this can become."
"I think that we're handling it well right now — we have a good game plan and we have a good way of talking through it and communicating," Green continued. "So, hopefully, we'll just continue on that path."
Dancing with the Stars airs Mondays (8 p.m. ET) on ABC.