One of the reasons that Maureen McCormick was different than before is because of the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ reality show. Unfortunately, it came to an end for her when she was the latest dancer to be eliminated from this show. But for Maureen, it was all about what she has learned. It taught her how to step up and overcome her fears.
The star from ‘The Brady Bunch’ was sent home after the judges gave her a score of 28 out of 40. The song that she and her dancing partner danced to was “You Give Love a Bad Name” by Bon Jovi. The song was really awesome to hear, but they needed to synchronize with it.
In a team dance, she also participated with other contestants such as James Hinchcliffe, Calvin Johnson, Jr., Sharna Burgess, Cheryl Burke, Lindsay Arnold and Ryan Lochte. The song that played during their team dance was Raya Yarbrough’s song, “The Skye Boat Song”.
It was indeed an amazing experience for Maureen McCormick, and she will never forget it. She told a source that nobody wants to leave the show. All of them deserve to be winners because they can show the world that they can all dance. She made a good run on her own, but it’s all over for Maureen. At the end of the day, she’s still a winner in everyone’s heart. At first, she was afraid, but it was something she wanted to do
For Maureen, she told herself that she didn’t lose entirely. Maybe she has lost the contest, but she won something within her. The one thing she overcame was her own fear of dancing in public. No matter if she won or lost the contest, it’s a win-win situation for her. There was a reason why she joined this reality show, and it was because she wanted to face her fears. She wanted to learn more despite her age. However, she now feels younger than before because of what she learned about dancing.
For her, the atmosphere was indeed incredible. She’s also aware of the level of dancing skills she had with other contestants. Her dancing partner’s name was Chigvintsev, and he was quite emotional about being eliminated. Even though he’s grateful for helping Maureen McCormick in overcoming her fear of public dancing, it was sad for him to end this way.