MALIBU BEACH - Cloris Leachman showed the television viewing public a few years ago with her appearance on Dancing With The Stars that she could still dance with the best of them.
Her partner Corky Ballas said that having Leachman as his dance partner was kinda of like dancing with Stacy Keibler except of course for the wrinkles, cellulite, and constant grunting.
But he was quick to add that in the sensuous department she at times would forget that she was 85-year-old Cloris Leachman and acted more like 31-year-old Stacy Keibler.
Ballas said that one time during rehearsals he spun her around so fast that her girdle ended up around her neck. He said that Cloris paid the cameraman $250 not to show anyone that particular piece of film.
Corky laughed as he said that Cloris actually took the video tape and tossed it into her backyard barbecue pit and burned it.
Leachman was recently having dinner with Betty White at a Tacos, Tacos, And Mucho More Tacos in Beverly Hills. She was asked by Margarita Mixx of The Tinsel Town Times Tribune about the rumors that she'd had Arnold Schwarzenegger's love child.
Cloris started coughing and nearly choked on a piece of cilantro, but lucky for her Betty hit her in the back of her head and the cilantro piece flew right out.
White smiled as she looked at Leachman and remarked that she was all ears. Cloris then said that she may have dated Arnold once or four times but that on the first three dates he only managed to get to third base.
"Really?" White and Mixx asked at the same exact time.
Cloris grinned, she straightened out her hair which had become a little disheveled from Betty hitting her in the back of the head, and replied that on the fourth date, Arnie did manage to score but he was wearing a raincoat so that right there puts a damper on that rumor.
Margarita and Betty both agreed and all three started giggling uncontrollably as if they were the big bottomed Kardashian bitches.
June 24 is National Forgiveness Day except in Georgia where the citizens say they will never forgive what General William Tecumseh Sherman did to the state back in 1864.