Going from ‘The Bachelorette’ to being on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ I’m having to work through some things.
My agent said, ‘Jerry, Dancing With the Stars – they want you on there.’ I said, ‘Ain’t no way. I’m not going to do that.’ Then he came back to me again, and he kept putting pressure on me. I said, ‘All right, I’ll give it a try.’
With ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ they miraculously send your dance teacher with you wherever you need to be.
I would love to be in ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
I personally have dealt with any adversity in my life with humor. That’s why I told America to ‘Read my hips!’ on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ or was happy to play along with Jason Alexander and Jerry Seinfeld in the great restaurant scene on ‘Seinfeld.’
I’ve been invited to do ‘Dancing With the Stars’ three times, but Lifetime said no.
‘Dancing with the Stars’ is awesome.
I made it to the top five on ‘Dancing with the Stars.’ To me, that was just a tremendous accomplishment.
When I did ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ everyone in Hollywood was saying I had too much muscle.
Being on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ was such a fun experience and one of the highlights of my career.
I don’t like going out. I hate clubs. I hate being around too many people. I love my home and staying in bed and watching ‘Dancing With the Stars’ or reading a Danielle Steel novel.
They did ask me to do ‘Dancing With The Stars;’ I said I can do one show, but on that show you have to come up with a new number every week, and I told them that I think I’m a little past that stage.
If I were trying to avoid embarrassment, I wouldn’t have stumbled my way through ‘Dancing with the Stars.’
There is really no other job in the world like ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
When I signed up for ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ I was nervous. If I threw everything off, there are 10-15 million people watching, and that would be a negative viewpoint of deaf people, and I didn’t want that.
When I was first on ‘Dancing With The Stars,’ people were really shocked and surprised.