Jennie Garth’s ‘Dancing’ Tearjerker & Jane Seymour’s Revelation
First Published: September 25, 2007 3:14 PM EDT Credit: ABC
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Monday night was ladies’ night on “Dancing With the Stars,” and the girls cha-cha-cha’d their way into number one in the television ratings with over 21 million viewers.
It was an emotional night for a very sexy Jennie Garth who brought her husband to tears.
“I think my husband was crying when he stood up at the end and was clapping for me,” she told Access Hollywood. “He knows how hard I’ve been working and like sacrificing time with my babies.”
Jennie’s emotional husband is actor Peter Facinelli.
“Was it true you were teary eyed,” Access Hollywood’s Tony Potts asked Facinelli after the show.
“Yeah,” he replied. “David Hasselhoff crocodile tears coming down my face.”
Facinelli also had another reaction to Jennie’s new TV gig on “Dancing.” He is thrilled with her new shape.
“I said it’s like I got a new car,” Peter said.
“No, don’t tell them the rest,” Jennie said covering her husband’s mouth. “This is a family show.”
Last night also brought a revelation backstage from contestant and former Bond babe Jane Seymour, who admitted she almost went under the knife.
“Before I started this I thought, ‘Oh God! Maybe I should do plastic surgery,’ but I thought, ‘No, I’m gonna be the only honest woman out there. I’m going out with my own wrinkles and my own little tummy where the babies were. I’ll just go and do it.’”
Refreshingly honest, the oldest woman ever to grace the floor, 56-year-old Jane Seymour also admitted she’s been blessed with a miracle. Long suffering from the pain of a fused spine, Jane suffers no more.
“Now with the mambo, when you activate those muscles, the core comes together,” Tony Potts asked.
“Yes, the core comes together and I don’t have that pain anymore,” Jane enthused.
Single mother of eight – 47-year-old Marie Osmond is also taking advantage of her new gig and losing the pounds.
“Three inches off my waist so far,” Marie told Access. “So keep voting and it’ll go down.”
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