Andy Grammer talked with Penn Live about his tour and, of course, Dancing With The Stars. He’s taken his partner Allison Holker on the road again with him this week. He talks of rehearsals and how challenging it is to dance and more. Keep at it, Andy. You can do it!
The “Honey, I’m Good” singer, who is competing on “Dancing with the Stars,” currently has his dancing partner Allison Holker on the road with him.
“We’re going to have to find a place to rehearse right before or after,” he said. “We’ll find a dance studio or a church, any place that has a floor.”
The duo will be practicing two dances, a Jive and a contemporary dance, for next week’s show.
Although the competition just started, Grammer said it is already more of a challenge than he anticipated.
“It’s super hard,” he said. “I’m someone that things come relatively quickly to, and this is not [coming] as fast as I would’ve hoped. It’s going to have to come faster if I’m going to stick around on the show.”
For him, being able to perform in between the stressful dance rehearsals has been cathartic.
“I’m doing something that I’m really bad at all day long so then to get on stage and perform, it’s kind of awesome,” he said.
The singer said he was inspired to join “Dancing with The Stars” by his late mother’s love for dancing.
“She never danced but she loved to watch [people dancing],” he said. “I miss her a bunch and this is something that I can kind do to feel closer to her.”
To read the full interview, see Penn Live.