You're already out of your comfort zone doing ballroom dancing in front of millions of people on prime-time television, so it just adds one more element of like, oh God, what am I doing here?Alt TV: Offbeat shows you should be watching Which celebs have you been most impressed with this season?“You’re the reason why I got three 8s tonight, you know that… “He knows that I need that; I need for somebody to push me as hard as I push myself and his method works with me and when we leave the dancing studio we’re eating French fries at some Mc Donalds nearby, just hanging out talking.In our gossip hungry society, all it takes is one small item to get people buzzing.As a result, people like Kim Kardashian and Miles Austin reportedly took extensive steps to avoid being seen in public at Game 6 of the NBA Finals but the still got the scoop on them.
"I just went back and forth with the producers like, 'Are we good here? "They're kind of the vets and I wanted to do well by them," she admits. My boyfriend and my family have said all along, 'Stop reading it.' They're right." Of course, Andrews has other things on her mind than keeping up with media gossip. What's the biggest difference between doing interviews and interviewing athletes on the field? Actually, after the first show, I was kind of down on myself because I felt like maybe I was a little aggressive, looking for answers right away and [asking] how people felt. I'm my toughest critic, and I'm really never happy, unfortunately, with what I do. In my world, in sports, you can't be playful, because it's almost looked at as flirty with the athletes. Michael Strahan is somebody that I've looked up to and really gone to for guidance about doing both entertainment and sports, because as we have seen, he is doing it quite well and getting ready to take over the world here. I can be serious in some parts, especially when you're talking to somebody like Amy Purdy and everything she's been through, but also finding the playful fit with as well. The producers have been very supportive and told me not to change anything, so that's good and encouraging.
To the best of my knowledge, Andrews has never admitted to having a relationship with any professional partner (for all we know she hasn’t had one).
I guess we’ll just have to stick EA insider Jimmy Traina on this one, though he’ll probably be met with the same denials issued by most athlete/celebrity couples.
"So as long as I have people like that saying, 'Great job,' and the executives ... But I'm not going to lie, I buy a lot of those magazines that are saying that stuff. When spoke with the Fox Sports reporter on Thursday, she was on her way to a photo shoot, brushing up on baseball stats to cover a Dodgers-Giants game on Saturday, and preparing for Monday's switch-up on . Spring TV Preview: Must-watch new shows Was there any hesitation on your part when they approached you to replace Brooke Burke-Charvet? I think it was more so, can I fit this into my everyday duties with Fox? They're the ones I first started with and I've been with the past two years.
"I'm not happy unless I'm crazy and doing 18 different things anyway," Andrews said. and it's neat, because it's all the same hair people, same wardrobe people, and those are the people that you spend a lot of time with besides your dance partner. Not that I'm doing any of the dancing, but just watching what the partners and the pros are coming up with, and all the creativity and using different parts of the stage and the set. I thought last week's show was one of the best shows, really, in 18 seasons. So, a lot of kudos and a lot of thanks goes to the president of Fox Sports, Eric Shanks, because he gets it. He understands, there's really something cool and very smart about having us on different networks, us reaching different demographics.