Controversial politician Sarah Palin discussed the idea of appearing on Dancing With the Stars in the future.
Though Palin's daughter Bristol placed third in Dancing With the Stars in 2010, fans of the former Vice Presidential candidate won't be seeing her on the show anytime soon.
"Oh, my gosh, that is something you don't want to [see]," she told Extra this week. "I'm no Mario Lopez and I'm no Bristol Palin, I'd be clomping around and falling down all over the dancefloor, man. I wouldn't make it past the judges [on] day one."
Other politically-minded celebrities like Tucker Carlson and Tom DeLay have participated on Dancing With the Stars in the past, but neither was particularly successful.
Despite rejecting the popular dancing-competition show, Palin said that she did has aspirations to host a talk show someday.
"That would probably would be a fun opportunity, as long as I got to pick the subject matter and got to talk to more inspiring people out there to help empower others," she said.
The upcoming 18th season of Dancing With the Stars has attracted many rumors about which celebrities are willing to participate.
The strongest rumors of participation have been for Australian teen pop singer Cody Simpson and British model/hostess Kelly Brook. Simpson has said that he already has an offer from the Dancing With the Stars producers while Brook has only been rumored through insiders.
Dancing With the Stars season 18 airs in spring 2014 on ABC, though the network has not yet scheduled a specific premiere date.