thefiresidepost.com is officially one site that can make recommendations on major entertainment and political personnel. Here is our recommendation for the 2010 Dancing with the Stars roster.
Dancing With The Stars is an entertaining program. People from other professions – generally known at least in pop culture if not for professional achievement, are asked to perform several ball room dances with coaching from professional dancers. Some of the participants are retired from sports, or have ended a former television series. Most have some notoriety for some achievement in their chosen undertaking. The 2009 season is winding down and they are planning for 2010 – we have some recommendations.
We don’t remember how many contestants start the show – so we have decided on twelve for starters. We will choose six women and six men. We have tried to mix professions. We have tried to find folks who would be a draw to the show. We have tried to find people who understand either competition or entertainment. So here we go:
At the top of our list is Michelle Obama – the First Lady of the United States. Check her our on the Ellen Show:
Ann Curry – The Today Show color commentator and all around NBC go-to-guy. She has done comedy while researching a story about stand up comedians. She pulled it off – we think she would be an audience draw.
Emeril Lagasse – BAM, this guy can be funny and we suspect he has an inner elegance which might flair on a well done dancing program. He might compare his dancing to some elegant meal – hmmm, what might that be?
Sergio Garcia – An in-his-prime golfer. Sergio would have to miss the beginning of golf season, including the Masters – but hey, we want to see him dance. (We have a alternative Golfer solution – Tom Watson, he is a great sport and a great competitor).
Larry the Cable Guy – Stand up comedian and an anchor on Blue Collar Comedy Tour. This guy would draw a crowd and people would call in to the show to participate in his antics. I don’t care what you say – that right there is funny.
This is important stuff folks. We normally write about politics on slow entertainment days. So readers, jump in with comments – who would you pick?
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