Honey, you’re definitely good. We were totally crazy about Andy Grammer‘s performance on the big finale of Dancing with the Stars on Nov. 24 — he slayed it beyond words when he rocked the stage with his latest single “Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah),” and reminded us why we’ve missed him in the ballroom so darn much!
Now that’s how you start a World Series. Andy Grammer, 31, opened up the first game between the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals with a magnificent performance of the United States national anthem. Andy’s incredible version of the Star Spangled Banner was anything but ordinary. Let’s hear it for those pipes!
Sparks flew on the sexy Switch Up week of Dancing with the Stars — at least between Alek Skarlatos and Emma Slater! However, it wasn’t so easy for everyone! Our girl Sharna Burgess had to let go of Nick Carter for the week — which obviously is not an easy task, while she joined another singer, Andy Grammer. So, how’d she feel about their performance?
Honey, this is good! Andy Grammer, 31, is joining season 21 of Dancing With The Stars, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. He was added to the cast after a TV star that every ’90s kid will know had to back out! Find out now!
Andy Grammar, 31, has quickly become a household name due to his beyond-catchy single, “Honey I’m Good.” The song (as you probably know considering it’s likely playing on your radio right now) is pretty directly about the opportunity to cheat– and deciding not to. Andy recently chatted with us on the HollywoodLife podcast, and spilled whether he’s ever cheated on his wife and what he thinks about cheating in general. Listen to the whole thing right now!