“It Wouldn’t Be Fair To The Other Contestants,” Gene Simmons Refuses Dance Competition Offer

Recently, KISS bassist Gene Simmons posted on Twitter that he could not accept the offer to appear on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ because it would be unfair to the other contestants. Since 2005, “Dancing with the Stars” has aired as a dance competition television series. Since its debut, it has been one of the most popular shows in the United States. Each week on the show, the celebrities are paired with a professional dancer to perform dances and eliminate other contestants.

While ‘Dancing with the Stars’ frequently features rock and metal hits, it has also featured a number of well-known musicians, such as Nick Carter, Nicole Scherzinger, Kellie Pickler, and Chris Jericho. It appears that Gene Simmons was another prominent figure that the show invited to compete in the dance scene. However, the bassist revealed in a recent Twitter post that he declined the opportunity to participate in the dance competition. Simmons wrote that he enjoys and respects the show, but does not wish to participate. The KISS bassist believes it would be unfair to the other contestants who would be competing against him. The musician then referenced the Twist contest he won in high school. Simmons implied humorously that no one could rival his ancient dancing skills. Gene Simmons’s tweet stated:

“I appreciate ‘Dancing with the Stars’ offering me a spot on the show. Reluctantly passing. It would be unfair to the other competitors. In the Stone Age, I won the Twist contest.” You can view the tweet that follows.


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