Friday, September 25, 2015

AGT's Stern Did Us a Great Favor

Too Fat
Howard Stern may not be able to please everyone, but at least he gave everyone a relief by rejecting the obviously fat dancer who thought she can have a career in fitness.

At 228 pounds, Roz Mays is not your average pole dancer, she is undoubtedly obese and do not represent a good role model for children.

She claims to be an instructor who teaches other women to pole dance, but stopped short in claiming that she also gives them tips on how to loose weight.

Fortunately for everyone, Stern nip the bud before it blossoms into something disgusting. Stern correctly thought Mays is way too big for her talent, and rejected her during an audition for "America's Got Talent," Mays told "INSIDE EDITION."

"Howard Stern told me that I was too fat to have a career in fitness. He didn't know why anybody would want to hire me as their trainer [and] didn't think that I was a good role model for other people," she said.

If she can't even win anything in a pole dancing contest, what made her think she can win at the "America's Got Talent."

Honestly, who would hire somebody as big as Mays to help them become fit and capable of pole dancing? Are they suppose to listen to ger when she asks them to loose weight?

The rejection prompted May to post a video online, showing her stomach-curling flexibility. In the video, she clings to the top of the pole.

More power to Mays, but PLEASE don't insult us by trying to promote yourself as some sort of fitness expert!

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