I think not just the fans, but Hollywood, will really be surprised with me playing this character.
It has so much diversity in it and it’s a fun character. RM: Well, being from New Orleans, I’ve always loved Tyler Perry’s work.
“I got pulled over by a cop, and I’m like, ‘What did I do now? ’” “He said, ‘You’re going to win,’ ” Romeo continued. “It’s crazy, because now I’m like the hot topic at school,” Romeo revealed.Music mogul Master P endured painfully low scores on “Dancing With the Stars” in 2006 when he stepped in for his then-injured son, Romeo.Now, Romeo is returning to take his turn on the dance floor for the show’s 12th season and hopes to avenge his family’s “Dancing” legacy!“I’m here to take over, you know, the king did his thing, now it’s the prince’s turn,” Romeo told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on Thursday’s Access Hollywood Live.“I’m here to show the people that the Millers [can] dance.” “[When] your dad came home after that, was he like, mortally wounded? “A lot of people don’t know — the only reason he did the show was because I injured my ankle. So it’s just crazy that everybody watches this show, even the police.” The 21-year-old rapper, who was signed to his father’s record label at age 5, used to be known as “Lil Romeo,” but said his bulging muscles prompted him to drop the “Lil.” “When you see these guns, baby ....,” he joked, flexing his biceps. A lot of people don’t know I decided to go to school — I went to USC, played basketball there.