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Andy Dick Feels That Participating In Dancing With The Stars Is A Lot Better Than Doing Rehab!

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Dang! Andy Dick should've just danced instead of going to rehab. LOLz

The 47-year-old comedian has gone to rehab a total of 13 times to be treated for his drug and alcohol addictions, and while his previous treatment has led him to actually be able to compete in Dancing with the Stars — he feels that ABC's dance show is a lot better than going to a treatment center.

Considering that Dick and his partner Sharna Burgess have 12-hour practices, it's obvious that Andy would NOT have time to do something that he shouldn't be doing!

The funnyman spoke up on his experiences on DWTS, he said:

"It's been incredible and frightening all at the same time. There's been so many ups and downs, we've had a roller coaster, but it's challenged both of us in a wonderful way.

I've been to rehab—we all know, I've said it a million times—but I've been to rehab 13 times and this is more and better than all of those. Granted, those helped to get me—I would never have been able to do this show without kinda having that rehab background, but it's so rigorous. I've never done anything this hard in my life."

Andy and Sharna have made it through two eliminations, but since their currently in the bottom three, we think that maybe they should extend their practices into 14 hours… just so Dick can keep on doing a great job staying healthy!

What do U think?!?

[Image courtesy of Craig Sjodin/ABC.]

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