Sean Spicer, the former White House press secretary who resigned last month, may be interested in a cameo on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," an unnamed source told Us Weekly. The nighttime comedy show's viral roasts of Spicer, played by...Show More Summary
The former press secretary is interested in appearing on the next season.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is itching to play himself on Saturday Night Live after quitting his Trump administration job. During his first months as press secretary, Spicer became a favorite target of the NBC live sketch show when Melissa McCarthy repeatedly lampooned the...
Before former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer got booted/resigned, they wanted to be known by their boss as the bringer of good news. According to Vice, who spoke to several...Show More Summary
The new White House press secretary is more understated than her predecessor, Sean Spicer, but she still speaks for a president at war with the media.
President Donald Trump‘s former White House press secretary Sean Spicer is in talks to make a live walk-on appearance on the spinoff of the show that has mocked him, Radar has exclusively learned. “Sean is in hot talks to do a cameo on Weekend Update, the Saturday Night Live summer spinoff,” a source told Radar. Read More
Sean Spicer is saying goodbye to his two million Twitter followers.
The former press secretary isn't going to embarrass himself in front of millions of Americans—he did that enough in the White House.
The New York Post reports: Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer today signed with renowned attorney Bob Barnett, who represents a host of top politicians and TV news personalities, as he negotiates a big TV deal. Sources say...Show More Summary
Sean Spicer has broken the cardinal rule: Never turn down money. The former White House Press Secretary, who announced his resignation 25 Trump years (14 days!) ago, has reportedly declined an offer to join the cast of Dancing with the...Show More Summary
Ex-White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer won’t be shaking his tush any time soon.
Sean Spicer will not be seen on the upcoming season of Dancing With the Stars as he has reportedly turned down the offer to appear as a contestant. The former White House Press Secretary was reportedly sought after by the show’s producers following his resignation from his job working for President Trump. Spicer turned down [...]
If you pictured Sean Spicer doing a pas de deux with Emma Slater dressed as a podium on Dancing With the Stars, then be prepared to be very disappointed. According to sources close to the former press secretary, Spicer has turned down an offer to appear on the forthcoming 25th season ... More »
Wow. When we heard rumors last week that Sean Spicer was being courted by ABC to join Dancing With The Stars next season, we kinda thought it was fake news. But according to TMZ, Donald Trump's former press secretary was indeed offered a slot as a contestant — but he turned them down! Related: Twitter Reacts To News [...]
Sean Spicer will NOT be bringing his dancing talents -- or lack thereof -- to the "Dancing with the Stars" ballroom... TMZ has learned. Sources close to Spicer tell us the former White House Press Secretary was flattered by the opportunity, but…
Sean Spicer still works at the White House, nearly two weeks after resigning as press secretary, and the former chief ethics watchdog said he may be violating the law by meeting with potential employers. He was spotted July 22, the day after his resignation, meeting with television executives, and...
Sean Spicer’s resignation as White House press secretary has opened up a whole new world of opportunities for him, as RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that he is, in fact, being considered for season 25 of Dancing with the Stars. “They have approached him about the possibility of joining the cast next season, but nothing is Read More
A lawyer for a Washington private investigator will seek to have President Donald Trump and former White House press secretary Sean Spicer give evidence in his case against Fox News over the cable network’s alleged use of bogus quotes in a fake news story. “We’re going to litigate this case as we...
Sean Spicer, the former White House press secretary, confirms that officials in the West Wing were briefed on a since-retracted Fox News report pushing a murder conspiracy involving a slain DNC staffer. A lawsuit filed Tuesday by former homicide detective Rod Wheeler claims Fox News distorted his...
Jason Miller, a former spokesperson for the Trump campaign, said on Tuesday that he was advising President Donald Trump to use former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to assist in the effort to pass tax reform. “A couple of things are going to help this White House get back on...