just over six months as White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer
resigned from his job. And now he's looking for his next gig, which
might be Dancing with the Stars
While Spicer is reportedly looking at potential offers to be a contributor on various cable news channels now that he has left the Trump administration, reports suggest that DWTS
is potentially interested in having him for their next season. On Thursday new White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders even pounced on the news tidbit, joking with the reporters about how she can not confirm whether her predecessor will be on DWTS
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Sean Spicer certainly became a pop culture icon during his tenure speaking on behalf of President Donald Trump, though that may be largely due to Melissa McCarthy's hilarious impression of him on Saturday Night Live
(which earned her an Emmy nomination this year).
The idea of Spicer being on DWTS
isn't so far-fetched as the show has featured Republican politicians in the past. Rick Perry, the former governor of Texas who is now in the Trump administration as Secretary of Energy, appeared in season 23. And in the past, former House Majority Leader Tom Delay competed on the dance floor.
Would you want to see Sean Spicer on the dance floor? Dancing with the Stars
season 25 premieres Monday, September 18 at 8/7c on ABC.
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