Amber Rose Does NOT Believe ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Is Fixed, Despite Report
Amber Rose does NOT believe “Dancing With The Stars” is fixed in favor of Olympian gold medalist Laurie Hernandez, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”
According to RadarOnline, Rose supposedly believes the show is “playing favorites,” and feels it began right when Hernandez was “given the top spot in the GMA cast announcement.” A so-called “source” tells the webloid, “Amber feels like she is up against the system,” and that the dance competition the show is “fixed, and not in her favor.” As supposed proof, the outlet alleges Rose thinks the “odds are stacked against her” because she was paired with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, while Hernandez is dancing with his younger brother, Val, who was a champion last year. The site’s questionable “source” adds that Rose is fully aware that the judges have “had trouble with Maks” in the past.
Here’s what’s really going on: RadarOnline has a habit of manufacturing feuds and controversies. In the real world, however, Hernandez’s “Dancing With The Stars” premiere was legitimately spectacular. The Olympic gold medal gymnast received a score of 31 out of 40 points for her very first routine, which judge Bruno Tonioli expressed was “right up there with the best ever [on the show].” Meanwhile, Rose got a total of 24 points, but was still complimented by Tonioli for having “natural grace.”
Regardless, Gossip Cop investigated and a source close to Rose assures us she “doesn’t think there’s a fix.” Our impeccable insider says the webloid’s story is “not true.” Actually, a little more than two weeks ago, Gossip Cop corrected the same outlet when it concocted a claim about Rose causing drama on “Dancing With The Stars” before the show had even begun. Much like that made-up report, the latest article is equally false.