LOS ANGELES - Kurt Warner may no longer be a contestant on "Dancing with the Stars", but just like his football career, he’s not easily forgotten.
In a post-show interview with Tony Dovolani, Carrie Ann Inaba, Maksym Chmerkovskyi and Mark Ballas, they all had something in common. They all miss the former Cardinals quarterback.
On Tuesday nights, before the elimination show, the boys have a game outside the studio. Two cones are set up in the parking lot of CBS Studios (yes, they tape "Dancing with the Stars" at CBS), where it’s their goal to knock the cones down, throwing a football from about 25 yards away.
No question, when Warner was on the team, it was a guaranteed win. Now, Ballas, Dovolani and the others are missing his arm.
As for "Dancing with the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba, she misses his style and grace. In fact, she said she would like to see Warner enter into politics.
“Vote for Kurt, I’d wear a button,” she told ABC15. Warner has addressed the issue, where he stated that he won’t be running for office.
For now, there is a new Valley resident for all of us to root for.
Disney Channel’s Chelsea Kane, who is partnered with Ballas.
In an interview with Katie Raml, Kane’s father, John Staub, told her that Chelsea isn’t really into the sports scene. So we probably won’t see her out at the cones on Tuesday afternoons.
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