September 01, 2012 07:00 AM by Lisa Princ
While most fans are dreading having to endure another season of Bristol Palin on Dancing with the Stars, there is one person who can’t wait to be on screen with Bristol again: Mark Ballas! Mark shares why he is looking forward to the All Star season in a new interview.
Dancing With The Stars’ alum Bristol Palin may not be everyone’s favorite past contestant, but Mark Ballas couldn’t be more thrilled to be paired up with the controversial contestant once again. So, why is Mark Ballas so excited to dance with Bristol again? In a recent interview with Entertainment weekly, Ballas explained: “I am awesome with Bristol. She is an awesome friend. I went on a great journey with her last time. We were the dark horse, but we kept making it through,” adding that he knew he would either end up with Bristol or Sabrina Bryan.
What about all the bad press that usually comes with such a controversial contestant? Mark Ballas added: “It’s a big responsibility. When the tabloids go nuts, it can be tough. I’m not here to talk about politics or about what her mother says. I’m here to dance. This show is called Dancing with the Stars. I’m here to train a person, make them feel comfortable, beautiful. But it can get frustrating. This is not what the show is about.”
Mark also feels that he and Bristol have a better shot this time around at winning the mirror ball trophy, since Bristol seems much more comfortable.
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