Sean Spicer Reportedly Turns Down 'Dancing with the Stars'

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Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer already has a brand new job, just two weeks after he resigned his White House post, the New York Post reported.

A source told Page Six that Spicer will have an "overwhelming number of commitments" to attend to, and another source close to Spicer told TMZ that the former press secretary is "not a good dancer"'.

Spicer turned down the much-hyped "Dancing With The Stars" offer.

He was spotted July 22, the day after his resignation, meeting with television executives, and he's met with talent agencies to discuss possible book deals, reported Politico.

Spicer is now in the process of negotiating a TV deal, meeting with all the major TV networks, including NBC, CBS and Fox News, Page Six reported.

Obviously the entertainment value of Sean Spicer attempting in vain to learn the foxtrot-admittedly, the only dance I know the name of-would've been at an all-time, Mooch-level high. Then, Scaramucci was sacked after just 10 days as communications director, which prompted further speculation that Spicer would remain at the White House after all.

Twitter reacted with disappointment to the news that Spicer would not be appearing on Dancing With The Stars after all. The George Foster Peabody Awards program is named after American businessman and philanthropist George Peabody and honors the most powerful stories in TV, radio, and online media, according to the official website.

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