‘Dancing with the Stars’ star ‘banned from entering U.S. after she refused to take Trump’s ‘no-nonsense’ salute’
“I was thinking about this,” says Danni Coyle, who appeared on Dancing with the Angels in the 1990s, as a “dancing princess” to the show’s stars.
“I just couldn’t believe he was making fun of women in a way that I knew I would not do.”
Coyle has since had several personal and professional experiences with Trump.
“In this day and age, he’s a joke, he is not a good human being,” she says.
“And I really felt bad for him.
But I also didn’t know what to do.
I couldn’t do anything.
I had to do it.”
Caine and Coyle were in the midst of a season that included three seasons of Dancing with Trump, as well as the 1992 film The Princess Bride.
The actress was cast to play the role of a “fantastic”, “beautiful” and “powerful” woman who, according to the script, would have a role in a sequel, titled Cinderella.
Coyle was cast as the character of Queen Victoria, and she says the show was “very flattering.”
She remembers when the cast members told her she would play a role that had been in the script for years.
“It was really beautiful to hear that they knew what I was going to be doing.
And it was very flattering,” she recalls.
And they just laughed and said, ‘Well, she’s in the next movie.’ “
I knew exactly what to say.
“But I couldn. “
And they said, “It’s the next Cinderella.
“”But I couldn.
I just couldn.
And I didn’t want to do the part.
“In the show, Caine was not allowed to say the line “I don’t believe in magic,” and the production company made her sing it.
It was never in the production version,” she tells MTV News. “
That line was not in the final script.
It was never in the production version,” she tells MTV News.
“You can hear it in the show.
And the writers were very, very good at making sure that it was never going to come in the song.
So I knew that I wasn’t allowed to do that part.”
Cane, who was married to the actor Michael Caine for seven years, says she would not have been able to play that part in the Broadway production if the line hadn’t been removed.
“But they made sure that there was no way for me to be in that part,” she said.
“If they had wanted me to play it, they wouldn’t have taken that line out.
They would have put it in there.”
Cope, who also starred in the 1992 musical The Phantom of the Opera, says Trump was the “worst of all possible worlds” for his behavior towards women.
“The people he is dealing with are not the kind of people who would behave that way,” she explains.
“They’re the kind who don’t like women, they’re the sort who would rather talk to a guy than a woman, and they don’t give a damn about the way their bodies are.
And if you didn’t take him down, he’d start yelling at you.” “
He would just go right at them, and if he didn’t get a reaction from you, he would just punch you right in the face.
And if you didn’t take him down, he’d start yelling at you.”
The actor says she also was subjected to some of Trump’s “hateful” comments, including one that said “you can’t say that about a woman.”
“I mean, this is Donald Trump.
And we’re all supposed to believe that he’s the greatest man on the face of the earth,” she adds.
“We’re supposed to give him a pass for saying these things about women.
He said some really nasty things about me.
And, you know, he didn [also] call me a fat pig.”
Ciley says that during the season, the cast often had to be escorted from the set, but she also felt uncomfortable because she didn’t feel like she was being treated like an adult.
“My mother would never have allowed me to do something like that.
“Because the only time you’re allowed to go out and do that kind the way he’s doing it, is if you’re married to him. “
So, yeah, it was scary,” she admits.
“Because the only time you’re allowed to go out and do that kind the way he’s doing it, is if you’re married to him.
But he’s also got to realize that women don’t want him to be president. So”
As I said, I think he’s going to get away with it.
But he’s also got to realize that women don’t want him to be president. So