Randy Fenoli helps brides-to-be make their goals come true on Say Yes to the Dress. The designer and Kleinfeld bridal advisor focuses on serving to folks discover the right costume for his or her large day. But he has large dream of his personal — to compete on Dancing With the Stars.
Randy Fenoli says he ‘loves’ to bop
Randy has a knack for matching a bride with the right robe, a talent he’s been displaying off on Say Yes to the Dress because it premiered in 2007. But that’s not his solely expertise. He additionally loves to bop, and he’s dreamed about demonstrating his abilities on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars.
“It’s been one of my goals,” Fenoli informed Fox News. “I love, love, love to dance.”
The 56-year-old mentioned that he’s been making an attempt to get on the present for the previous decade. “I’ve called the producers, visited the set, met some of the dancers,” he mentioned. “I’ve sent in videos!”
‘Dancing With the Stars’ returns in fall 2020
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Perhaps Fenoli will get his likelihood this 12 months. ABC has confirmed that Dancing With the Stars will likely be again for a brand new season within the fall of 2020, with Tyra Banks taking up internet hosting duties from fired co-hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews. And that’s not the one change within the works. The present will doubtless additionally should make some modifications to maintain folks protected from coronavirus (COVID-19), resembling probably eliminating the dwell viewers or having judges work just about, reported International Business Times.
The full season 29 solid hasn’t been introduced, however we do know that former Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe will likely be competing. Like Fenoli, Bristowe has longed dream of strutting her stuff on DWTS. She might barely include her pleasure when Chris Harrison delivered the large information throughout the June 15 episode of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons Ever.
“Are you serious, Chris? I’m shaking. Oh, my gosh. Chris, I’m going to cry,” Bristowe mentioned.
Fenoli says he by no means needed to be on actuality TV
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Fenoli would possibly dream of heading residence with the coveted mirror ball trophy, however when he was first approached about being on tv, he didn’t precisely leap on the likelihood. He informed Fox News he “never wanted to be on reality TV” and initially turned down the possibility to be on Say Yes to the Dress.
Clearly, Fenoli had a change of coronary heart, for which he says he’s grateful.
“I feel so blessed every single day that I’m able to do this show and be a part of it,” he mentioned.
The genuine, heartwarming nature of Say Yes to the Dress helps clarify why it’s lasted 19 seasons, Fenoli mentioned. It’s additionally why individuals are tuning in throughout the pandemic.
“It is truly reality,” he mentioned. “I don’t get any information on the brides until I go out and meet them because I want to make sure my reaction is truly real and happening in the moment.”
“We always leave you with hope,” he shared. “We deal with so many subjects that are not always easy but at the end [of the episode] there’s always this beautiful couple and wedding and you leave feeling like there’s hope.”
Say Yes to the Dress airs Saturdays at 8/7c on TLC.