Sean Spicer Spiced Up the 'Dancing With the Stars' Stage
"I don't think I’ve done any of those things in the past, ever," he told Inside Edition.
Sean Spicer spiced up the stage Monday night on “Dancing With the Stars.”
The new season's most controversial contestant shimmied to the Spice Girls in a flamboyant neon green shirt, which has viewers comparing it to Jerry Seinfeld's puffy shirt on the famous episode of "Seinfeld."
He tweeted after the show, “Clearly the judges aren't going to be with me. Let's send a message to #Hollywood that those of us who stand for #Christ won't be discounted.”
The tweet has since been deleted.
Spicer spoke to Inside Edition after the season premiere.
“I played the bongos to the Spice Girls and wore a lime green shirt that's opened up. I don't think I’ve done any of those things in the past, ever. But hey, if people looked at that tonight and said, ‘Hey, he had a blast,' There you go,” he said.
The other showstopper was Christie Brinkley’s daughter Sailor.
Sailor stepped in last minute for her mom after her the former supermodel shattered her arm during rehearsal. Sailor had just three days to learn the routine.
As Brinkley watched from the audience with her arm bandaged, Sailor danced to a tune from her mom’s ex-husband, Billy Joel.
Sailor danced to Joel's “Uptown Girl." Her mom appeared in the 1983 music video.
“We keep saying she had three days, but honestly, she had just hours, maybe 10 hours tops because aside from learning the dance, she had to go to her wardrobe fitting, get her shoes to fit,” Brinkley told Inside Edition. “I am the most proud mom in the world right now.”
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