Even though Lisa Vanderpump hasn't truly showed us what she's made of in these last two weeks of season 16 Dancing with the Stars, she's stating that the training she has to do for ABC's dance show is extremely wacky!
So now Lisa wants us to know everything that she's been going through!!
"Wow! I've had an unbelievable week filled with laughter, frustration and much more.
I think we were all a little shell-shocked on Tuesday. Victor, Andy and I clutched each other and thanked God we survived our first night in the Dancing with the Stars ballroom.
To perform for the first time in front of so many had so many different reactions – some felt more confident, others just wondered if they could go through it again!
It has been strenuous to say the least. I have multiple bruises, pains everywhere, but most importantly – albeit just for a moment – we have kept our sense of humor.
This week in preparation for the jive, which seemed insurmountable when we were given the piece of music, I questioned how I could ever get my brain to compute the choreography and then transmit it to my two left feet, as Gleb calls them.
We all have different challenges – mine have been time restraints and the sheer physical toll it takes on the body. Meanwhile, there are athletes asking their bodies that have been finely tuned to compete at the highest level suddenly having to do a complete U-turn, using muscles they didn't know they had!
A few tempers have flared in the rehearsal rooms, but there is still a feeling not of competitiveness, but of camaraderie and support for each other. I have no idea as the competition progresses whether it will stay that way, but I hope we don't lose that.
I realize in this group of dancers and celebrities, friendships have been formed that will last a lifetime, and I am most thankful for this experience.
Have a good week and wish us all luck! We need it!
We're sure that things will look up as soon as you build your dancing stamina Lisa!
At least you haven't got booted out, so just keep on dancing and don't let that seven hours of training get your down. LOLz
[Image courtesy of Craig Sjodin/ABC.]