‘Dancing with the Stars’ star ‘wearing a bikini’ at audition
In her first public appearance since her death, “Dancing With the Stars” star Sissy Metcalfe, who died Sunday, appeared in a bikini for a reality TV audition for the “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” spinoff.
Metcaflre, 32, who had a daughter with “The Bachelor” winner Brad Culpepper, also appeared in “The Housewives” spin-off, “The Hooters” and appeared in the “Housewives” season finale.
A photo posted by Bravo (@bravestore) on Aug 6, 2018 at 10:20am PDT Metcafflre was cast as an in-demand housewife in the spinoff series.
She had an upcoming role in “Dance with the Dragons” and had a role in a Disney Channel animated movie, “Big Hero 6.”
She also appeared on “Shark Tank,” “The View” and “The Celebrity Apprentice.”
Metcafee’s husband, David, is a former NFL linebacker for the Houston Texans.
She also has a sister, Lora, who is also a former professional basketball player and actress.
The “Dances With the Dragons,” which aired from 2015-17, featured the first of two spinoffs.
The spinoff was cancelled after one season.
Metcela was seen on Instagram on Sunday wearing a “bikini” as she left a Los Angeles-area restaurant.
“I am wearing a bikini with a lot of fun on it and it’s all very much a work of art,” she captioned a photo of herself in a swimsuit.
“The real story behind it is that I’ve been working really hard to get this moment together that will allow me to really get on with my life and be happy with my future.”
Metcella tweeted that she had a “huge heart” for “Dancers with the Dancers.”
The series was based on the reality show “The Dance.”
The reality show is hosted by David Metcaferre, who co-hosted the show from 2009-2013 and was also the host.
“Das Boot” is an acronym for “dance with style,” and was one of the most popular reality TV shows in the 1990s.
The show was inspired by the real life style of the late fashion designer Ralph Lauren.
The franchise, which aired for 13 seasons, has been canceled in favor of “Davids” spinoffs, including “Daggers” and, most recently, “I Have a Dream.”
The “I have a dream” spin off, which debuted in 2018, was a commercial failure, but was renewed for a second season in 2019.
“What you saw is what you got,” David Metcelaf told “CBS This Morning” on Sunday.
“And I’m very proud of what we did on the show and I’m extremely proud of all of our fans, of all our fans across the world.”