There are some people who just shouldn't do the 'Nae Nae.' For example: Your mom, Bugs Bunny and these two.
Gary Busey (71) and Paula Deen (68), two bastions of American pop culture, are both competing on Dancing With The Stars this season. And some producer thought it would be a good idea for them to do the 'Nae Nae.'
Never mind that Gary Busey looks like a literal insane person (that's kinda his thing), but look at Paula. Paula Deen dancing to a popular hip-hop song—this could not end well.
Watch her whip, whip. Get it...like a chef.
Gary Busey, American actor and contorted facial expression extraordinaire, is joining season 15 of Dancing With The Stars.
He made his grand announcement last night by dressing up as a cowboy and entering on horseback to greet Jimmy Kimmel because...well, he's Gary Busey.
At 72 years old, Busey might seem a bit old to be competing on the show. But he's spritely compared to 82-year-old Cloris Leachman, the oldest person to ever join the cast.
Hi Ho Silver, away!"
Handshake DENIED, Jimmy.
Dancing With The Stars premieres Monday, September 14 on ABC.
The past few years haven't been much of a cakewalk for Paula Deen and it'll probably stay that way as the stigmatized celebrity chef tries to keep up with other C-list high-steppers.
She's going to be on the next season of Dancing with the Stars.
According to Variety:
The former Food Network star has reportedly been cast in season 21 of "Dancing With the Stars," along with Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, Triple Crown-winning jockey Victor Espinoza and the previously announced Bindi Irwin of "Crocodile Hunter" fame.
Deen, who was dropped by the food cabler in 2013 after making headlines for racially charged comments, had been asked to join past seasons of "DWTS," though ABC declined to comment on her current casting.
It was only a few months ago that she took her most recent, brown-faced step into controversy. And we hope that she won't try to worm her way back into our arteries by performing any culturally sensitive dances.
Only twerking and the Electric Slide for her.
We proabbaly won't be watching.
He may have been eliminated, but Bill Nye's final performance on Dancing With The Stars is a win in my book. After, tearing his quadricep in Week 2, Bill only had a single leg to stand on, but he went against the Doctors advice and danced an awkward, stationary but ultimately charming jazz number, while his partner, Tyne Stecklein showed off her chops as dancer and choreographer.
He joins Valerie Harper, Jack Osbourne, Leah Remini, Snooki, Keyshawn Johnson, Christina Milan, Amber Riley, Corbin Bleu, Bill Engvall, Brant Daugherty and Elizabeth Berkeley on Season 17 of Dancing with the Stars. He's definitely getting my vote, who's getting yours?