Keller added that filming the finale was an odd experience as they observed the 1.5 metre distance.
“When we announced the winner at the end, we all jumped up and down in place because we couldn’t hug each other. It was the strangest thing.”
“There was medical professionals on standby who took our temperatures several times a day. There was signs on our dressing room doors and on makeup rooms as to how many people were allowed in there at any time.”
Keller added that another thing that struck her while filming was how many staff members would be out of a job after Dancing With The Stars wrapped.
“That industry in particular has nowhere to go.”
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