SO SWEET! Kurt Warner Is The Opposite Of Brett Favre — He Checked With His Wife Before He Danced The Sexy Rumba!

Tue, October 12, 2010 1:09pm EDT by 2 Comments


Brett, you should take lessons from Kurt! During Dancing With The Stars Oct. 11, he showed he’s a gentleman who had his wife approve of his Rumba before stepping in front of the cameras!

We all know Minnesota Viking’s quarterback, Brett Favre is in the doghouse dealing with cheating allegations and naked text messages, but not ALL pro football players can’t keep their pants on — former Arizona Cardinals quarterback and Superbowl winner, Kurt Warner, is a devoted husband and father and proved it on Dancing with the Stars Oct. 11. How refreshing!

Kurt, 39, had to dance the very sexual rumba with partner Anna Trebunskaya on the fourth week of performances, but before he started gyrating his hips, he first consulted with his wife of 13 years, Brenda.

“When you’re in a setting like that, the first thing you think is, ‘What would my wife think if she was sitting next to me,'” Kurt said on the radio Oct. 12. “It’s so nice to have that seal of approval. It just eases your mind.”

After Brenda signed off on his hip shaking, Kurt went full speed ahead on his number — and sadly, it didn’t pay off! He scored the worst he’s done thus far, earning 34 points out of 60. Luckily, his positive attitude and love for his wife is so endearing, it’s doubtful America will give him the boot.

Although he shouldn’t give dance lessons (yet), Kurt SHOULD teach a thing or two about relationships to 41-year-old Brett Favre! If every guy treated his significant other with the respect Kurt showed his wife, there would be a lot less scandal — and naked text messages!

–Kirstin Benson

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