Sean Spicer Won't Tango for Dancing with the Stars

Sean Spicer will NOT be bringing his dancing talents- or lack thereof- to the

Sean Spicer will NOT be bringing his dancing talents- or lack thereof- to the"Dancing with the Stars ballroom... TMZ has learned

Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer won't be joining "Dancing with the Stars" next season, reports TMZ.

But the real reason for Spicer's refusal of ABC's offer to appear on the show, according to TMZ's sources, is that he will have an "overwhelming number of commitments in the fall".

Sean Spicer will not dazzle audiences on Dancing with the Stars this fall.

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The reality show producers were hopeful of roping in Spicer on the show, Page Six reported in July.

Spicer left his job at the White House last month and was replaced by Wall Street's Anthony Scaramucci.

If you had your heart set on seeing Sean Spicer stumble his way through a rumba on live television, sorry about your luck.

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He's reportedly not a very good dancer and would nearly certainly have not made it past the first few rounds, but if anyone is used to embarrassing themselves in front of millions of Americans, it's Sean Spicer.

Reportedly getting ready to sign a major television deal, Spicer signed with Bob Barnett, a prominent lawyer who represents politicians and TV news personalities, the New York Post's Page Six reported.

While it is not yet clear why Spicer said no to the offer, Twitteratti had a field day.

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And while Spicer's contentiousness with the White House press corps stood out from his predecessors, departing White House press secretaries are generally sought after by the big TV networks.

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