Even though this season of “Dancing with the Stars” is not over yet, the show’s head judge is already talking about some possibilities when it comes to who could be making an appearance during the show’s upcoming All-Star season premiering this fall.
Speaking in a new interview with “Access Hollywood,” Len Goodman pretty much said that if William Levy or any of the other celebrities on this season somehow manages to lose, they should carry their success over to the fall season.
Rather than talking about other serious candidates to appear, though, Len instead ended up endorsing someone who was the first person voted off of his season in David Hasselhoff:
“I thought he was going to stay … That’s what I’d like [in a season featuring the worst performers]. The one who gets kicked off first actually is the worst dancer. All this stuff about the best — let’s [talk about] the worst!”
In a strange sort of way, Len may be right — and it would be thoroughly entertaining watching a season with Kenny Mayne taking on Tucker Carlson, Penn Jillette, and possibly a few other bad dancers who somehow lasted longer than they should hae (see Kate Gosselin or The Situation).
What would you rather see at this point — a “Dancing” season featuring some great dancers, or one themed all around watching some subpar performers try and get better?