Sean Spicer is shopping for a talent agents as he prepares to leave the White House and has reportedly met with the one that sold "Dancing with the Stars" to ABC.
The outgoing White House press secretary has been in Manhattan over the past week meeting with executives of the top networks and is eyeing inking a six-figure contributorship deal.
Spicer on Thursday met with the William Morris Agency, the same agency that promoted "Dancing with the Stars" to ABC, to discuss a $250-400k network contributorship deal, according to Axios. A seven-figure book deal is also on the table if he is "willing to reveal things."
Television insiders confirmed Wednesday that "Dancing with the Stars" is eyeing Spicer to appear on the show. During Thursday's press briefing, incoming White House press secretary Sarah Sanders joked, "I cannot confirm whether or not Sean Spicer will be on "Dancing with the Stars."