Ann Romney seriously considered 'Dancing'
Mitt's wife a big fan of the show but felt it would have been hard to keep up
Former First Lady hopeful Ann Romney seriously considered competing on the new season of "Dancing With the Stars" but feared all the training and rehearsals would be too much for her. The wife of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was contacted by producers of ABC's hit ballroom dancing competition last year and was offered a spot on the upcoming 16th season of "DWTS." She turned the offer down but tells FOX News it was a difficult decisions because she is such a big fan of the show.
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She admits, "I would've loved to have done it, and I am turning 64. And I started thinking about it. I'm not really as flexible as I should be." Romney, who has discussed her struggle with multiple sclerosis in the past, knows exactly what it takes to compete on the show and feared she would find it difficult to keep up with the other contestants, especially the athletes. She adds, "I understand (ice skater) Dorothy Hamill has been picked, and I thought, 'Oh, my gosh, am I glad I didn't do that.' I wouldn't want to compete against Dorothy."
Wow - could you have found a worse picture? What a bunch of losers you are, MSN.