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Charlotte McKinney On ‘DWTS’: She’s So Much ‘More Than Boobs’

Tue, March 17, 2015 2:25pm EDT by 2 Comments

Season 20 ‘Dancing with the Stars’ contestant, Charlotte McKinney thinks the producers are exploiting her boobs. However, the world should know that the voluptuous model is much more than her rack and should be treated as such!

On the Mar. 16 premiere of Dancing with the StarsCharlotte McKinney delivered one of the weakest performances of the night, complete with fumbles and sloppy feet. Her score reflected the poor routine, coming out to a measly 22/40, however, that wasn’t all that Charlotte had to be upset about. Actually, the Dancing powers that be are playing up her well endowed chest and in a competition that should be about, ya know, dancing, that is simply unacceptable.

Charlotte McKinney On ‘DWTS’: Boobs Should Not Be The Focus

If you watched the season 20 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, you may have noticed Charlotte’s, uh, attributes.

Well, that’s because the show wanted you to notice, according to Charlotte. In rehearsal footage, viewers saw her boobs duct taped down by her partner, as well as covered with melons, flowers and cereal. Discussing the many references to her chest, she said the show’s producers “wanted to play that up, ‘cause that’s how I got here in the first place,” charlotte told Fox News. However, she added that, “I think as we go on, you’ll see a lot more to me.”

Step It Up, ‘Dancing’

Charlotte came to fame as a model, but she wants everyone to know she’s much more than a pretty face and an admittedly amazing body.

“I really joined this show to show I can do more than modeling and show another side to myself,” she said. “That’s what I’m looking forward to on this show — and laughing at things that are flaws and assets and joking around.”

We definitely applaud Charlotte’s positive attitude and hope she can rise above the producers’  unnecessary attention on her body. Not only is such focus upon Charlotte’s boobs uncomfortable, it’s very demeaning and– dare I say– sexist. Not to mention, it’s also unoriginal and boring. Step it up Dancing, and put a little more effort into your show.

Did you guys think there was too much focus on Charlotte’s chest?

— Casey Mink