Now it's back to football.
After Tuesday's midday practice, coach Mike McCarthy said he expected Driver to report for offseason workouts next week.
"I'm looking for Donald to win tonight," McCarthy said before the results were announced. "I thought he was great last night. I know he's excited about it. I had a chance to communicate with him. But also, he's excited to get back to Green Bay. I think he's in good shape, hopefully. We'll see what happens."
"It was great to go see him last week," Rodgers said Tuesday afternoon. "We had a lot of fun. He's done an incredible job with the show, and he's been himself. His personality comes out on that show, and he did a great job [Monday] night. I've been retweeting his Tweets as much as I can and voted last night a bunch of times, so hopefully he can bring that mirror ball back."
Driver scored 59 of a possible 60 points in Monday night's final, which former Packers receiver Antonio Freeman attended, then a perfect 30 with his dance on Tuesday. He beat out opera singer Katherine Jenkins. Actor William Levy came in third place.
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