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Derek Hough says it ‘breaks my heart’ Leslie Jordan never got to be on ‘Dancing With the Stars’

“dancing with the Stars” Judge Derek Hough said Monday night that it “broke my heart” to hear that Leslie Jordan wanted to be on the show.

“His personality was so big, so gorgeous and joyful and the show welcomes it. It really breaks my heart right now,” he told “Extra” reporter Melvin Robert, explaining that the comedian had 12 years to bring him to reality. There was a petition for demonstration.

“I wish I knew, because we had,” Huff said. “Whenever I hear people who are competing to be on the show, I like to reach out to them and find ways that we can include them somehow. Even if they aren’t contestants.”

He added, “It broke my heart that I couldn’t do it.”

Jordan, 67, known for his roles in “Will & Grace” and “American Horror Story” and for his big personality, Died in a car accident on Monday.

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"dancing with the Stars" Judge Derek Hough, well, said Monday night "breaks my heart" Leslie wanted to come to the show, left, to hear Jordan.

“Dancing With the Stars” judge Derek Hough said on Monday night that it “breaks my heart” to hear Leslie Jordan, left, want to come on the show.
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“The world is certainly a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan,” his agent David Shawl shared in a statement to Fox News Digital. “Not only was she a mega talent and a pleasure to work with, but she provided an emotional sanctuary in the country’s toughest of times.”

Saul continued, “He fell in height for generosity and greatness as a son, brother, artist, comedian, partner and human being. Knowing that he left the world at the height of both his professional and personal life.” The only consolation one can get today.”

Cheyenne Jackson, Leslie Jordan, Kayla Pratt and Mayim Bialik in Call Me Ken Jennings episode "call me bite",

Cheyenne Jackson, Leslie Jordan, Kayla Pratt and Mayim Bialik in the Call Me Ken Jennings episode of “Call Me Cat”.
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According to reports, the production of Fox show ‘Call Me Cat’ was stopped after Jordan’s death. He had filmed several episodes of the comedy with Mayim Bialik, and is set to appear in each episode in the show’s current season.

In a 2010 comedic YouTube video, Jordan told the camera, “I think you’re wondering why I’m practically peeing with sadness,” with a cloth over his forehead in a bathrobe and sunglasses. I lie.

 "dancing with the Stars" group.  (Photo by Adam Taylor / Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images via Getty Images)

“Dancing with the Stars” set. (Photo by Adam Taylor / Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images via Getty Images)

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He continued, “‘Dancing With the Stars’ has turned me down I think three times now. And I guess you’re wondering why I want to be so bad on ‘Dancing With the Stars’. When I was a little boy at dance lessons. I was walking across the floor with my fat, slightly sweaty… partner. The teacher patted me on the shoulder. He said, ‘Mr. Jordan you must remember that girl is the picture. You Apart from the frame.’ I’ve been the frame my whole life. I want to go ‘Dancing with the Stars’ where I can be the picture!”

The cause of Jordan’s death has not been disclosed.

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the actor was “pulseless and non-breathing” When first responders pulled him out of their car after his car hit a tree on Monday morning in Hollywood and began life-saving efforts, LAFD captain Eric Scott confirmed it to Fox News Digital.