Dancing With The Stars Quotes by Cloris Leachman, Artem Chigvintsev, Eric Church, Lou Ferrigno, Donald Driver, Tom Shales and many others.
My son became my manager, and he said to me, ‘Mom, if you could do anything you wanted to do, what would it be?’ And out of my mouth immediately came, ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
Being on a show like Dancing with the Stars for what I do, that is the top of the game. There is really no other job that gives you the satisfaction of choreographing, of teaching and getting the recognition in that spectrum.
I would be on the ‘anti-reality’ show. I can’t stand reality TV. I can tell you one that I absolutely would not be on, and that’s ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ If you ever see me on that show, just please understand my family is starving to death, and things are really bad in the Church household.
I have always had an ambition to do ‘Dancing with the Stars.
Everywhere I go now, people are like, ‘That’s the guy from ‘Dancing With the Stars!” It’s pretty good that you’re not just a football player but you’re in the entertainment world.
Obviously neither ‘American Idol’ nor ‘Dancing With the Stars’ is a variety show in the classic sense, but the way they incorporate elements of drama, comedy and suspense is moderately ingenious.
My small experience on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ allowed me to slowly appreciate the Waltz and Viennese Waltz, but to see it in Vienna is something much different.
I get up, upload a video to YouTube, eat, sleep, and check all my social medias, eat again, sleep some more, watch ‘Dancing With The Stars’ and go to sleep for the night. Just your average teenage girl, give or take a decade.
Maybe I should have a scandal – then I can be on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
It’s one of the reasons I want to do ‘Dancing with the Stars’: it’s a platform to educate.
It’s so hard for me to talk about this, because I owe my life to ‘Dancing with the Stars.’ They’ve changed my life completely. They’re my family and it’s always hard to say goodbye.
My goal is not to get on ‘Dancing With The Stars.’ I can promise that.
All due respect and trying to be as modest as I can be, I am a dancer. But I don’t think I would be on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ mainly because I would be too shy.
Dancing With the Stars’ fans may not know this, but we only get to fully rehearse in full costume, including hair and makeup, once before the show.
When you record an album and it goes platinum… yeah, you’re in the studio and you work hard for months, but it’s not like your whole body hurts. Maybe you get a little hoarse and tired. But on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ everything hurts.
Dancing With the Stars’ was such a family, community environment. I will always look back on this experience as one of the most fun, exhilarating things I’ve ever done.
Yes, I would (be a big hit on Dancing with the Stars), but I don’t think I can be wearing those tight outfits they have on there. I’m a very good dancer. I’m the John Travolta of Venezuela. If I was one of the ‘Jersey Shore’ guys and I had their stomach, then hell yeah I would do it.