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Tuesday, 8 April 2014

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Erin has said that one thing she loves about being on DWTS is that she does not have to dodge wayward footballs.

HOLLYWOOD - The word filtering out of the set of Dancing With The Stars is that the network powers that be are not very happy with new co-host Erin "Blondie" Andrews.

The big bosses at DWTS originally felt that Erin would bring in a much younger male viewing audience than her predecessor Brooke Burke-Charvet was bringing in.

And while Andrews did bring in more male viewers in the 16 to 19 age bracket it is still not a big difference.

An insider with the show revealed that some of the top executives feel that Erin talks way too fast and asks some very intimate questions of a sexual nature.

Erin has heard the rumors that she may be asked to perform her swan song before too long.

She told Kiowa Kettle with Tittle Tattle Tonight that she truly feels that Brooke Burke-Charvet has had a voodoo curse put on her.

Andrews who previously was a football sideline reporter has said that the folks on Dancing With The Stars smell a whole lot better than all of the football players she interviews during the games and after.

Meanwhile, an inside source has said that Maksim Chmerkovskiy has bet his little brother Val Chmerkovskiy that Erin will be gone before the current DWTS season ends.

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