‘Dancing With The Stars’ is a little family. The cast, we’re all together – we’re a really friendly competition.
I don’t want to be on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ anytime soon.
‘Dancing With the Stars’ is so Middle America, and people take it so seriously.
At 19, I turned professional, and I moved to New York. Then I got the call to do ‘Dancing With The Stars,’ so I moved to L.A. when I was 20 and did it for 18 seasons – about two a year – until I was 30.
I was kind of reflecting on my life and certain experiences, and you know, when I’m teaching and coaching my partners on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ I sort of use those stories and anecdotes to help them sort of overcome certain fears.
I sent out a tweet, ‘Dancing with the Stars’ should stop the jibber jabber. They shouldn’t make the departure of a dancer so tear jerky because nobody’s going to war.
It’s kind of become a journey about the dancers, but dancers are the reason why this show is so successful. They are the choreographers, they are the teachers and if not for their hard work, there would be no ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
I didn’t see my son the entire time I did ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ The only time I saw Jeffrey was when he came to the show Monday and Tuesday nights to watch me dance. You literally rehearse six to eight hours every single day – 40 to 50 hours a week.
When I did ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ I got literally thousands of emails from people saying, ‘We relate to you. I’ve been divorced. I’m raising kids on my own.’ Or, ‘You’ve had money. You’ve lost money.’
I try to do my very best and hopefully that comes through, first to my partner, second of all with Dancing with the Stars, my employer, and third of all with the fans.
I would like to be on ‘Dancing with the Stars.’
Before ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ I’d directed a short called ‘Man vs. Monday’ that I sent out to all the festivals just to show I can direct and produce. It was also a template to launch a movie or a TV series.
I think I’m a lot funnier and goofier than people were able to see on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
I’ve completely changed the way I eat since doing ‘Dancing With The Stars.
‘Dancing With the Stars’ was fun, and it opened me up to dancing.
No, you will never see me on ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ Sorry.