Dancing With The Stars: Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Moonwalks On Out The Exit Door

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

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Buzz Aldrin as he took his first steps on the moon. His first words were actually "Yep, it's queso!"

HOLLYWOOD - One of the oldest contestants to ever appear on Dancing With The Stars, 80-year-old ex-astronaut Buzz Aldrin, has danced on out the exit door.

Buzz Aldrin, who has the distinction of being the second human being to step on the cheesy moon, was eliminated after placing in 10th place out of 10 dancing couples.

Afterwards Aldrin was asked by host Tom Bergeron about his participation. He smiled and said that really 11th place isn't so bad. When told that he had actually finished in 10th place, the 'Spaceman' corrected himself and said, "I'm sorry Ryan, I meant to say 12th place, what was I thinking?"

Bergeron corrected him, "Ah Buzzy, I'm Tom, Ryan is the short, little, skinny fella who is on opposite us on American Idol.?

"American Idol?" Adrin asked. "You mean that Cat Deely wants me to appear on American Idol?"

"Ah no Buzzter. Cat Deely is the host of So You Think You Can Dance. Ryan is the host of American Idol. And I'm the host of Dancing With The Stars.

Adrin shook his head. And started walking away. As he got to the exit door, he paused, turned around and said to Bergeron, "Hey Miss Deely, I have got to pee. Is this the door to the ladies room?"

"Yes." Bergeron said throwing his notes up in the air.

In other news. The rumors circulating in San Francisco that GOPrincess Ann Coulter and Democrat dame Arianna Huffington are getting married are totally false.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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