“Dancing with the Stars” has exposed its celebrity studded throw. The Baltimore Ravens’ Jacoby Jackson, “American Idol’s” Kelli Pickler, and nation tale Wynona Judd are in, while some of the said participants – like “The Bachelor’s” He Lowe – were just that, gossips.
For some superstars, getting on the well-known, long-running competitors can boost their staggering professions, while others’ celebrities seem to reduce even more after they appear on the display.
So how to some D-List superstars handle to dancing their way to A-List celebrity status? And who will glow during the show’s Sixteenth season?
“I think that some of these superstars really, really advantage from it because not only does it probably get back a career… but it reveals them in a different mild,” Popular lifestyle viewer Alison Stewart informed FOX 411’s In the Area.
But Chris Davis, Manager of Landscape Journal, said superstars with no dancing abilities should think twice before deciding upon on for the extensive competitors.
“I would say almost 80 % of the stars [who] have done it shouldn’t have done it,” he said. “The ones who have done well, you didn’t really know who they were. Someone like Kelli Pickler this season is great because she was on ‘American Idol’… but I think someone like Wynona Judd seems a little bit desperate and a little bit late in the game to be on the show.”
He said the show is a good option for stars who have some dancing experience.
“I think it’s good for celebrities to do ‘Dancing with the Stars’ if you really have nothing else to sell and you can dance. I mean if Channing Tatum ever needs a job that should definitely be it,” Davis said.
Stewart added that a bad run on “Dancing” could seriously hurt a celeb’s career.
“I think it sometimes looks like… a last ditch effort to kind of make a comeback or show that they’re still relevant,” she said. “Sometimes you do have to go out on top and go out gracefully.”
And then there are some stars with two-left feet that should never put on their dance shoes in the first place, Stewart said.
“I think some of the celebrities who really shouldn’t have done it are people maybe like a Holly Madison. She showed herself to be sort of awkward almost. She’s a beautiful girl and she’s got some great talent but she was booted off right away.”
But the show’s success keeps attracting fresh celebrities, and this season’s cast is no different.
Stewart said contestants with a good personality will shine on the show.
“I think this season the new cast should really keep in mind that they have to play to the audience,” she said. “They have to be gracious. I think sometimes when the judges judge harshly they get a little snippy--they get a little nasty. It’s not going to win them any fans.”