Skip to comments.Sean Spicer debuts on 'Dancing With the Stars' shimmying to Spice Girls in neon-green ruffled shirt
Posted on 09/17/2019 4:53:51 AM PDT by grayboots
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made his colorful and proudly outlandish Dancing With the Stars debut on Monday night wearing a neon-green ruffled shirt as he shimmied to the Spice Girls song Spice up Your Life in a salsa routine.
GIFs of Spicer started circulating on social media immediately following his performance. Many people also tweeted their reactions to his bold shirt.
Spicer's energetic performance concluded with confetti and he got a standing ovation from the audience, but the shows judges did not seem impressed, giving him a total score of 12 out of 30.
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Hawt damn, Spicey has the moves!
There is no way to un-see that.
Dancing is very important.
Who else thinks the show purposely put him in the silliest outfit they could dream up?
I dont watch, but was planning to vote for him just to keep him around to piss of the libs. It turns out, you can only vote during the live show. F*** that
What a fagg.
Yep. They were intentionally trying to make him look rediculously. He took the bait.
Right. the shirt..it burns.
They should have partnered him with Omarosa or Stephanopoulos.
That shirt is, um, flamboyant.
He looks faaaaaabolus!
Don’t wanna watch that
Granted, he was a bit stiff. But performed orders of magnitude better than I would have done. And with him knowing he was in the company of people who hate his guts, I think he did pretty well. He’ll probably be the first to be eliminated, and that’s probably fair, too. He’s not a Fred Astaire. But he IS a sport.
I’ve thought that for years. They go out of their way to get unexpected people on just to make them look silly. That’s one of the many reasons that isn’t watched in this house.
He looks like a fag, Jim.
I know that didn’t happen (would have been fun if it did) but how did they make a video of Sean Spicer & his assault lectern?
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