Oct. 3, 2012: Ann Romney waiting for the start of the first presidential debate at the University of Denver in Denver.AP
El aspirante a la candidatura presidencial republicana, Mitt Romney, y su esposa Ann Romney, saludan a simpatizantes durante un acto en Novi, Michigan, el martes 28 de febrero de 2012. (Foto AP/Carlos Osorio)Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistribu
NEW YORK – Ann Romney won’t be dancing her way to a mirror ball trophy anytime soon.
Mitt Romney’s wife turned down a chance to be a contestant on the celebrity dance competition “Dancing With the Stars,” TMZ reported.
After “seriously considering” the offer, the website reported Ann decided against appearing on the series.
A rep for Romney confirmed to TMZ that the show was interested in the presidential candidate’s wife.
"Ann Romney was approached, but she declined. She will not be appearing on 'Dancing with the Stars,'" the rep said.
Last season, Ann Romney attended a live episode of “Dancing With the Stars” with her son Craig. The two watched the “All Stars” season finale, when Melissa Rycroft beat out fan-favorite Shawn Johnson for the top prize.