Anderson Cooper Wants Nancy Grace To Win ‘Dancing with the Stars’ [AUDIO]

October 18, 2011 9:01 am
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Anderson Cooper called in to “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” Tuesday to discuss his upcoming moderation of the GOP debate occurring in Las Vegas tonight for CNN, who he hopes will win “Dancing with the Stars,” and whether or not parents truly play favorites with their children.

When asked who he favors to win the mirror ball on this season of “Dancing with the Stars” Anderson declares, “I’ve got to go with Nancy Grace. She’s a strong lady. I’m amazed at anybody who gets up and does that. The idea [of dancing] is so terrifying to me. There is just no way in a million years that I can ever imagine doing that!

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The talk show host confessed he’s not a ‘foodie” saying, “I basically eat the same four or five meals in my daily life for the past 20 years or so. I just don’t care about variety. If I can drink a shake for every meal that would be more then fine with me. I’ve been eating Boston Market chicken everyday for like four and a half months now. Also I’m going back to scrambled egg whites.”

Anderson gave his opinion on if “Parents Play Favorites With Their Kids” saying, “Most studies are showing that parents absolutely have favorites whether or not they admit it. So I have a couple of moms on the show today that admit that they do play favorites with their kids. Also a lot of parents pick out the better looking one or the firstborn.”

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Tonight Anderson will be moderating the GOP debate in Las Vegas and suggests people tune in saying, “The clock is ticking! You should start to get involved right now. There are nine main Republican candidates with three frontrunners at this point, and…it’s getting really interesting. One of these people have a very good chance of being the President of the United States.”

Anderson gave an insider perspective on the event saying, “When I’m moderating these Presidential debates they all want to be called on…so they are all looking at you to make eye contact. It’s very disconcerting. You actually end up trying to avoid eye contact with all of them!”

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