So, I love dancing. Have done it for many years. I still do, but could never dance professionally like I wished. When I was 14, I got osteosarcoma (bone cancer) in my leg and am lucky to even be alive, let alone keep my leg.
But I could never dance professionally. I still take classes and dance when no one's home. It still makes me happy.
Anyone else have similar thoughts or experiences?
Fighting back tears, Jane Seymour was the latest celeb casualty on Dancing With the Stars Tuesday night.
Her time on the show had been mired in drama: Not only did her mother pass away, but her home in Malibu, California, was recently threatened by the wildfires.
Despite getting the boot, Seymour, 56, told Usmagazine.com she would have no problem staying busy.
Besides shooting The Oprah Winfrey Show later this week, she is also an official artist for the American team at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
"I have a painting due immediately," she told Us backstage in L.A. Tuesday. "I’ve literally got to get back to the drawing or painting board."
(She is preparing a peony, she said.)
And though she will be without her dancing partner Tony Dovolani, Seymour (who recently confessed to getting extra-small breast implants) said she plans to keep hitting the dance floor — possibly with her husband, producer and director James Keach.
"Yes, I have to!" she said. "This has just been an amazing experience for me — amazing, and I love it so much."