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Wayne Brady’s Emotionally Charged Reasons for Attending Dancing with the Stars Season 31

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Wayne Brady has been making improv comedy for more than three decades, but the Dancing with the stars The season 31 competitor is also a human. That means imposter syndrome hits him like the rest of us. Find out how the performer battled these competing feelings DWTSplus the reason he agreed to do the show, aside from celebrating his late grandmother’s life.

Brady is among the eight remaining competitors in Season 31 of Dancing with the stars. From the start, many fans felt Brady was a front runner in the competition. Many times he and his partner Witney Carson have topped the rankings, level with Charli D’Amelio (and her partner Mark Ballas) and The Bachelorette Star Gabby Windey (and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy).

After the doubles elimination during ’90s Night on November 7th, the remaining couples will advance to the semifinals. Here’s who stays in contention with Brady on release:

Spoke to Very Well Mind about why he decided to do this Dancing with the stars, Brady spoke of the “impostor syndrome” that he sometimes feels. “[It’s] a challenge to show off and learn new skills and … even as long as I’m a performer, I deal with issues of self-esteem,” he told the outlet. “I deal with problems of … impostor syndrome. I deal with expectations.” Regardless, he’s managed to dispel those doubts, emerge and impress fans and co DWTS Judges alike for the last seven weeks.

Brady hopes that by starting these conversations and raising awareness of his all too understandable feelings, he can help someone. “… Say if I’m thinking that way and I’m ready to bare myself and my process by doing this dance show and showing you how it really feels like off the camera and then boom, look what I’m in front of.” Do the camera,” he continued. “If that can inspire anyone, then my job is done.”

The improvisational comedian concluded:

Dancing with the stars urges certain celebrities to be on the show, despite the countless celebs who message producers asking for a spot. If the DWTS The season 31 cast was first announced, Brady admitted he had been asked to participate before but turned down the opportunity.

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His grandmother’s death inspired him to finally join the show. “My grandmother passed away,” the actor told Good Morning America in September 2022. “She loved the show so I’m dedicating this season to her and I just want to have fun for her.”

There are only three episodes of Dancing with the stars Left. Tune in to Disney+ Monday nights from 8pm ET / 5pm PT to see who takes home the Mirrorball Trophy.

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