Trevor Donovan knows a thing or two about overcoming fears. He just did, joining the 31st season of “Dancing with the Stars.”
“Dancing was my biggest fear. Even though I had some anxiety about dancing, my confidence has grown,” he said. “[I learned] It’s okay to be afraid, but don’t let fear stop you from trying new things – like dancing. I also learned to be a very good dancer.”
Now, in fact, he’s “opened up” to dance again – maybe in a movie. When he started at the bottom of the leaderboard on the reality competition scene, he quickly grew and at one point, became a new leader. Although he didn’t win the mirror ball, he said winning the improved dance title meant a lot.
“The incredible support from the fans has kept me going. When you put your mind and body into something, you can overcome irrational fears and achieve things you never imagined possible,” says Donovan. Having a knowledgeable and patient teacher like Emma Slater also helps.
Following the finals, Donovan headed to Mammoth Mountain where he was spending time with family and skiing until returning to work. In the year In 2021, he signed a comprehensive deal with Great American Media, starring in the films Great American Family and hosting a TV show on Great American Society.
Earlier this month, the company faced backlash following comments by chief creative officer Candace Cameron Bure that the network would no longer feature same-sex couples and would instead focus on “traditional marriages.”
“I feel that people should be and believe what they want as long as they are kind and accepting of others. For those of you who have followed me since 90210, you know my heart and personality. No matter what you love, no matter your race or religion, you matter,” says Donovan. “It is possible to live together with respect and dignity. Based on the few months I’ve known Candace, I’ve found her to be kind and passionate about her faith.
Donovan is also working closely with the Great American Family on Upstanders, its anti-bullying program, and will have another meeting with Romadrama in January.
“Enjoyable progress is being made. “There has never been a more important time to stand up for those who feel voiceless,” he said. “It’s mostly because I went to a great American family. [CEO] Bill [Abbott]His support of my team’s Upstanders program when we were both at Hallmark. I was also given the opportunity to make my own film. It has always been my goal to create films that bring people together regardless of politics or religion. I will continue to do the same. And sometimes, in future rom-coms, I play a naive kid who finds love in the big city or saves the family farm. Wait, wait!”