Sig Hansen: Captain, crabber, dancer extraordinaire?

Folks, friends, ‘Deadliest Catch’ fans–You may very well have heard this before:  Sig Hansen, rugged skipper of the Bering Sea crabber F/V Northwestern has been itching to be a contestant on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ aka DWTS.  Word is he would have liked to have been on the show last season but alas, they never called.  Maybe things will be different for next season and maybe we can help….

Sig Hansen, Captain, crab fisherman, dancer. (courtesy of NBC)

Help support Sig Hansen in his journey to make dancing history!  After all, DWTS has featured athletes, actors, ice skaters, astronauts, reality stars, and chefs–they should be so lucky to have a King crab fisherman/captain!  So again, lets help Sig in his efforts by supporting his ‘special’ page on Facebook–created by NCB just for him– and on his home site

‘Deadliest Catch’ isn’t necessarily this fisherman’s only gig…

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3 Responses to Sig Hansen: Captain, crabber, dancer extraordinaire?

  1. Donna Sobb says:

    I’d love to see Sig on Dancing With The Stars,I’d probably watch it then. Come on Sig ,give us ladies something interesting to dream about !!

  2. Peg hooper says:

    The thought of Captain Sig with spray tan is just tooo funny! Hope he makes it on the show.

  3. Deborah Goodman says:

    Are You sure you want to do that Sig? You do realize Edgar and the rest of the crew are gonna raz ya.If your going to do DWTS you need to stop smoking first.

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