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Taylor Armstrong NOT Dancing With The Stars



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Taylor Armstrong has strongly denied she will be dancing with any stars anytime soon!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star may be desperate for money, (she is), but Taylor has denied that she has any plans to be a contestant on the hit ABC pro-celebrity dancing competition.

Reports have been flying around lately that Taylor Armstrong would be appearing on the next season of Dancing With The Stars. No true, say both Taylor and an inside source on the show. She has not even been in talks with the DWTS team about an appearance.

Taylor Armstrong was left in desperate need of money after her estranged husband Russell Armstrong killed himself in August, leaving Taylor to deal with the couple’s massive debts and not even named as a beneficiary in Russell’s life assurance policy.

She is also not making a lot of money, with her only income coming as a result of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. But I suppose it’s all relative. I don’t know what ones gets for starring in the reality TV program but it would seem to be more lucrative than the average regular job.

Two other stars of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville are apparently a lot more keen to appear on Dancing With The Stars, according to Radar Online. But apparently they are also not scheduled to appear on the show.

Would you like to see that change? Do you want to see Taylor Armstrong in sequins, strutting her stuff on the dance floor?

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