There's a Pretty Good Chance Your Biggest Childhood Crush Is on the Next Cycle of 'Dancing with the Stars'
Were you born between the years of 1972 and 1980? Are you attracted to women? Then the next cycle of Dancing with the Stars is for you, as the reality competition landed two of the three women most likely to top a list of biggest crushes between the years of 1988 and 1995: Danica McKellar and Candace Cameron (the third? Alyssa Milana, duh).
McKellar, who recently divorced that lout of a husband and has been teaching math with the power of her gorgeousness, joins Billy Dee Williams and Candace Cameron — whose brother Kirk believes that the banana disproves the theory of evolution — and a group of also-rans that no one gives a rats ass about: The Price is Right host Drew Carey, Real Housewives’ NeNe Leakes, swimming legend Diana Nyad, Australian pop singer Cody Simpson, Olympic ice dancer Meryl Davis and her partner Charlie White, double-amputee snowboarding champ Amy Purdy, former NHL star Sean Avery and Nickelodeon star James Maslow.
Not among the cast? Bruce Jenner, who had been rumored.
The next cycle of Dancing with the Stars will also feature a new co-host in Erin Andrews.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, there’s an Avril Lavigne music video I need to go watch.
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