March 23, 2013 09:00 AM by Lisa Princ
Sean Lowe can’t dance? Oh, we must have missed that because we were too busy drooling over The Bachelor when he hit the dance floor this week on Dancing With The Stars. If you did happen to notice that his moves were not that great, rest assured that we will see a new and improved Lowe this week. Sean’s partner, Peta Murgatroyd recently explained that Lowe has been making some serious improvements, and perhaps, we will see him stick around the show longer than expected.
Despite having a tough first go on Dancing With The Stars, Peta Murgatroyd thinks that Sean Lowe is definitely making good improvements with his dance moves, and she hopes the pair will stick around for a while on the show. Speaking to Life & Style recently, Murgatroyd admitted that on a scale of 1 to 10, she would have given Lowe a 3 when he first rehearsed with her, but now, he has worked his way up to a 7! “He’s improved so much each day, and that’s what people have been saying about him,” Peta explained.
While the duo may be hoping to make it further than previous Bachelor star, Jake Pavelka, who finished his season in 7th place, Murgatroyd still has some work to do on Lowe. Joking that he is still a “white boy,” Peta added that Lowe’s biggest problem right now is: “He needs to loosen up a little bit. He’s pretty stiff. I’m constantly trying to loosen him and get the rhythm in his body.” Will she be able to get the hunky star to spruce up his moves? Only time will tell, and we will sure enjoy watching it play out!
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