Sean Spicer Rejects 'DWTS' Role, Claims He's Too Busy For TV

Emmett Rice
August 5, 2017

Reacting to the reports, actor Zach Braff tweeted: "Can't wait to see Sean Spicer waltz on Dancing With the Stars".

Sean Spicer still works at the White House, almost two weeks after resigning as press secretary, and the former chief ethics watchdog said he may be violating the law by meeting with potential employers.

Sources close to Spicer told TMZ that the man hilariously lampooned by Melissa McCarthy was flattered by the opportunity, but because he believes he'll have an "overwhelming number of commitments in the fall", he declined the offer.

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While he's apparently too busy for reality TV, Spicer isn't ruling out TV altogether - sources have been saying he's holding meetings with all the major TV networks about who's going to get an exclusive, post-White House interview with him. Dancing with the Stars would've been the most embarrassing thing Sean Spicer had ever done, aside from the thing Sean Spicer did to earn himself the chance to go on Dancing with the Stars.

While Radar reported just yesterday that nothing was "set in stone", it has now been announced that the former press secretary has turned the offer down.

Spicer became a household name in only a few months as press secretary, his sometimes-combative style lambasted by Saturday Night Live.

Now, just two weeks after Spicer's resignation, the former White House press secretary has a new job at a prominent Washington, D.C., law firm.

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