Dancing with the Stars is waltzing and foxtrotting its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season, with a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the National Football League and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon.
While not directly naming Spicer by name, Tom released a statement that speaks about "party affiliations" and the "exhausting political climate". "I left that lunch convinced we were in agreement".
Bergeron goes on to say that he and the show's producers can "agree to disagree" and he's leaving any questions, presumably about Spicer's casting, to the show. Kerry, was a controversial Press Secretary for President Donald Trump, accused of lying during press briefings. "The real me has never done Dancing With the Stars, but that doesn't mean the Apartment 23 me can't do it", he said at the time.
The host added what he hopes this new season will be for fans. He eventually resigned on July 21, and was replaced by the equally headline-friendly Anthony Scaramucci. 'That's a connection, and a responsibility, which I take very seriously, even if I occasionally season it with dad jokes.
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The show has been off the air for a year following declining ratings and returns to great fanfare in the US.
As the 28th season - which premieres September 16 - was announced, Spicer explained that while his mother-in-law possesses some good skills when it comes to dancing, he sadly does not.
Jon Cooper, who serves as chairman of the Democratic Coalition, called the show #DancingtoFascism and said it was "helping to normalize" Spicer.
However, we do know which pros will be featured in the new season.