'White People Can't Dance'? Nonsense! Jack Osbourne Will Bust The Myth (And More) With New Show


Jack Osbourne and his wife, Lisa Stelly, at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards

Move over, Kardashian clan, there's a new family climbing the ranks at E! Kelly Osbourne has been a staple of the entertainment network for awhile now as one of the sharp-tongued critics on "Fashion Police," and now her big brother, Jack, is taking on his own gig. E! reports that among their upcoming roster of shows, including a "Soup" spin-off and Nick Cannon special, is a savvy series from Executive Producer Jack Osbourne that will set out to bust all types of supposed myths. "White People Can't Dance" will feature a panel of pop culture experts that puts all sorts of modern day stereotypes to the test, aiming to separate fact from fiction in a fun, cheeky way. Sounds like something we'd definitely watch, though we should remind Jack that "Chappelle's Show" already unearthed the truth about the show title's claim back in 2004! White people can, of course, dance -- just not well. See proof:

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