Plus, is there any chance we’ll see Brant on ‘Pretty Little Liars’ again? Read on for our full interview!
Brant Daugherty has come a long way since his days at Rosewood High School. The former Pretty Little Liars star is now dominating the dance floor every week on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, and he told HollywoodLife.com he owes all of his success to his dance partner, Peta Murgatroyd.
“My dance experience is very limited,” Brant recently admitted to us. “I never had any formal training, so Peta has made a world of difference. I don’t know what I would do without that girl! She is so enthusiastic and patient, and is willing to show me everything I need to learn. I couldn’t ask for a better partner.”
And much like his Pretty Little Liars persona, Brant told us he knows exactly what he hopes to get out of his time on the dance floor.
“First of all, I want to give out the best show that we can; we want to entertain the audience,” he said. “I want to come out of it with a new skill set, because they always want actors not only to act, but they sometimes want them to sing and dance — and I can’t sing for the life of me. So if I can come out a step ahead in the dance department, I think it would be well worth my time.”
Brant Daugherty Returning To ‘Pretty Little Liars’?
As for whether or not he might follow up his Dancing stint with a visit to Pretty Little Liars, Brant told us the door is open for Noel’s return — whether the liars like it or not.
“I have been in touch with the showrunners, and they have been very enthusiastic about me and my journey on Dancing with the Stars. I really hope something will work out in the future, as I love Pretty Little Liars so much. I know my character has connected with fans and I want to keep that going!”
We all want it, Brant. We all do.
WATCH: Brant Daugherty & Peta Murgatroyd Dance The Rumba
HollywoodLifers, are you rooting for Brant on DWTS? And how much would you love to see him back on PLL? Drop a comment with your thoughts on Brant’s dancing journey.
— Andy Swift, reporting by Russ Weakland