Another famous person has revealed her desire to participate on Dancing with the Stars and she comes in the form of Hillary Clinton. Although her desire to come on board ABC’s award-wining competitive show appears to be a far cry from what actually might happen in reality, she has surprisingly chosen Dancing with the Stars among other network’s highly rated shows.
Clinton, the wife former president Bill Clinton who is now a candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 presidential election, appeared on The Tyra Banks Show last Friday to reveal which reality show the presidential hopeful would want to appear on.
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“In my dreams, I would be on America’s Next Top Model, but in reality I would have to chose my limited talents and of them, dancing is better than singing. You do not want me to sing,” Clinton told Tyra Banks, who is also the host of America’s Next Top Model.
In the end, Clinton announced her decision.
“I think it would have to be Dancing with the Stars, especially if I could have one of those really good partners.”
Though she doesn’t specify her dance of choice, the 60-year-old is hip to what the kids are doing these days, admitting she knows the Soulja Boy and SpongeBob dances.
“I think that is a variation of what I did like 30, 40 years ago,” she said. “Everything gets recycled and gets a different name and [changes] slightly, the hip action or shoulder action, whatever it is.”
Aside from naming Dancing with the Stars as the reality show of her choice, the Democratic presidential candidate also discussed an emotional moment she had with voters on the eve of the New Hampshire primary, which some analysts credit with helping her to an unexpected win, and her recent comments about Martin Luther King Jr. that helped push the issue of race to the forefront of the campaign against Barack Obama, who is black, for the Democratic nomination.
She even suggested a nationwide contest, “like a reality show,” for a title for her husband, former President Clinton, should she win the nomination and be elected the nation’s first female president.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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