David Alan Grier, who was eliminated on the fifth week of Dancing with the Stars
, is embarrassed about the profanity-laced tirades he directed at the show's judges following his stint on the competitive reality series.
During an interview with Access Hollywood
, Grier, who is known for his work on the sketch comedy television show In Living Color
and the comedy program Chocolate News
, said that he took Dancing with the Stars
seriously but he never felt that he stood a chance with the judges, before directly ranting about judge Carrie Ann Inaba, whom he had previously worked with on In Living Color.
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"There's several people that can kiss my ass, but she's definitely the first in line to wrap her lips around my a**hole. Literally, she can eat a d**k. I mean to stand up week after week and be humiliated by people who have no right to talk to me... I am the proudest that I didn't climb across that table and slap the s**t out of every one of those judges. That's my proudest accomplishment," Grier told Access Hollywood
After realizing what he's done, Grier is "very ashamed" and has now apologized for his rant.
"First of all, I want to say that language like that is inappropriate and rude. There's no excuse for behavior like that. I really made a jerk of myself, but god was it fun. Really, I feel bad about it," Grier said during a Tuesday night appearance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live.
"I thought it was funny, but it was only me. I learned a lot... I learned that even though it feels really good to say certain things, you shouldn't say them."
Moreover, Grier had a special message to Carrie Ann since he seemed to have targeted her more than the other judges.
"Carrie Ann -- hey, what's up -- stuff got a little crazy on the press line the other night, and I kind of melted down," he said as he looked onto a television camera. "But hey baby, I hope we're still cool."
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Access Hollywood
, RealityTVworld.com(Image courtesy of ABC)