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Thursday, 1 September 2011

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Ron has hinted that if Judge Len Goodman pisses him off he may just slam dunk a basketball off his grouchy old noggin.

HOLLYWOOD - ABC has just announced the new cast for season number 13 of Dancing With The Stars.

Sangria Wine, a reporter for TV ClickerWorld wrote that perhaps a more realistically appropriate name would actually be Dancing With Some Little Known Folks.

The most widely known of this year's celebrity group is Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Ron Artest, who stands 6 foot 7 inches and weighs 280 pounds. Ron is known as "The Bad Boy of The Basketball Court."

Artest, has legally changed his name to Metta World Peace and his basketball jersey will reflect that change but the producer of DWTS Bernadette Penderlicki said that she has insisted that Ron use the name his mama gave him.

Ron at first did not like Penderlicki preventing him from using his new name but after she threatened him with a double technical he relented.

The Los Angeles Laker who wears number 15 has already made it known that he will not be putting up with any harsh criticism from the judges.

He especially noted that the first time that the English dandy Len "The Grouchy Grouch" Goodman makes a sarcastic, negative comment about his dancing he will find himself being lifted two feet off the floor by his rather pronounced nose.

Penderlicki says that she will be keeping an eye on Artest and has added two extra security guards just to keep a close watch on him.

In fact, Len Goodman remarked to Sangria Wine that he will have his own personal bodyguard standing directly behind him each time that Mr. Artest performs.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Bernadette Penderlicki, the shows producer revealed that Assistant-Producer Curtis Verflippet was let go due to his involvement in what came to be known as The Infamous Season 12 Dancing With The Stars Number Paddle Scandal.]

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