Hollywood, CA– Minutes after Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver Donald Driver and his dance partner Peta Murgatroyd were crowned the winners of Dancing With the Stars’ 14th season, producers revealed that a segment had to be cut from the show.
Local radio personalities and non-political candidates, Bryan Scott and Nikki Montgomery of 101.9 WDEZ, were scheduled to make an appearance on the season finale of the popular televised dancing competition. Unfortunately, their segment was cut.
Producer Jessica Hightower explained. “Donald Driver’s impact on the show’s ratings has been huge. We really wanted to thank his fans and all Packers fans by showcasingWisconsin’s rich polka history on the show. We were told by Scott andMontgomery’s agent, Jeff Heinz, that the two of them would do a traditional polka dance. We were very excited to have them on the show.”
Once the rehearsal started, Hightower and the other producers realized that they were in trouble.
“It was pretty obvious that Scott and Montgomery were in waaaay over their heads,” Hightower continued. “Once the music started, they alternated between doing the Hokey Pokey, Chicken Dance, and the YMCA. We were aghast.”
The duo’s disastrous routine didn’t last long.
“Scott looked okay at first,” Hightower explained, “but a couple minutes into their ‘routine’ he started to have some serious breathing difficulties. Once the EMTs got him off the stage, we discovered that he had been wearing no less than 20 layers of Spanx.”
Moments after Scott and Montgomery’s rehearsal, the show’s producers moved to cut the segment from the season finale.
When asked for comment on the incident, Montgomeryreplied, “Who cares about that? Have you seen my abs? I just gave birth a couple months ago and you can’t even tell. I am ripped, baby! Go on. Look at my abs. Looook aaaaat theeeeem. They’re marveloussssssssssssssss.”
Scott and Montgomery’s agent, Jeff Heinz issued the following statement. “Bryan and Nikki hath displeasest the Polka King with yon display of tomfoolery. They are forevermore bannethed from myPolkaKingdomand from the Noon Optimist tent at Wisconsin Valley Fair. So sayeth the Polka King!”