Melissa Joan Hart Hates Being on the Show

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More than a decade after her first competition Dancing With the StarsMelissa Joan Hart opens up about her experiences. A recent episode of her podcast featured Melissa Joan Hart. Where women bingeThe featured fellow was DWTSJana Kramer, a Jana Kramer alum, was there as a guest and explained that there was a reason she “hated”Her time on the program. She shared that she was supposed to have been on the original season before life and work changed. 

Hart stated that she would be participating in the first season of the dance competition. Heavy noted. But, her contract with FOX meant that she couldn’t compete. She was then pregnant and couldn’t compete in the following seasons. After she was allowed to join the cast of Season 9, she quickly realized that the competition wasn’t what she expected. 

Hart contracted the flu one week after the rest. Hart explained that this illness led to her being eliminated. Hart had been in a similar unfortunate circumstance before. “hated”Her time on the show was very valuable. The actor stated, “I thought it was going to be more dancing. I didn’t like the production moments.”She explained that there were times when she would have repeat her self when the camera missed something. She was so focused on her routines that it affected her performances. 

Hart joined DWTSAll she has is hers “wanted to be was a dancer.”While she may have been proud to perform the jive with Mark Ballas together, she can’t help but think back fondly on that experience. The Sabrina the Teenage WitchAn alum stated, “And here I was, I hated myself when I watched it back because I’m not a dancer.”She didn’t like what the judges said about her first routine. “I didn’t expect to hate the judges as much as I did.”Hart and Kramer closed the podcast episode by bonding about their respective lives. DWTS stints.

“Whenever I talk to people, they’re like, ‘It was the best time!’ and I’m like, ‘Am I the only one who had a rough time with it?'”Hart asked. Kramer answered, “No, you’re not.”