Brian Austin Green says DWTS Struggles didn’t air

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Brian Austin Green had a rough time at DWTS.

Dancing With the Stars season 30 competitor Brian Austin Green recently spoke candidly about how his previous neurological issues affected him during his time on the show.

On February 1, 2023, Episode of the podcast “Coffee With Colin”.Burgess and Green discussed the competition, and Green admitted he was having a rough time.

“I had been through neurological stuff before. So it was a big challenge for me to be there, to learn choreography, to do all that. It was extremely frustrating for me at times because I’m a perfectionist by nature,” Green explained.

“So being in something where my brain just couldn’t do what needed to be done was really frustrating and none of it was shared,” Green said, adding that cameras caught some vulnerable moments between him and Sharna Burgess, but you just never made it into the air.

Here’s what you need to know:

Green was involved in a car accident in 2014 that “scrambled” his brain.

Green was in a terrible car accident with his then-wife Megan Fox in 2014. The two were hit by a drunk driver, but neither was injured.

“It could have ended horribly. We talked about this today, on the way to run errands. I said, ‘We’re really lucky.’ [The other driver] was going 50 mph and we were going 25 down the road and we collided head-on. The inertia of it is life changing. It’s life-changing for us,” he said said Us Weekly in 2014.

A short time later, however, Green was diagnosed with dizziness, according to TMZ.

“Recently my whole world collapsed. I kept it a secret for the most part, but my life changed in an instant,” he said on a 2020 episode of The Masked Singer. according to Us Weekly. “I had an awful episode that really messed with my brain. I could barely walk or speak,” he added.

Green says his recovery took more than 4 years, but he learned a lot from the experience

On the Coffee With Colin podcast, Green said it took him four and a half years to recover.

“I remember being in that situation… and not being able to speak? And not being able to say it but thinking in my own head, ‘Boy, that’s really hard. This is absolutely the hardest thing I’ve ever been through in my life.’”

Green calls the experience a “catalyst” and believes it was a “kick in the butt” that really changed him. “Sometimes you need those things,” he added.

“People go through incredibly difficult things in life. You go through the loss of loved ones. You’re going through career changes. They go through, you know, housing situations and health issues. You go through things,” Green continued. “I feel like at this point in life the only thing I really have control over is who I choose to go through all of this with. That’s the only thing I can agree with. Because life is not permanent. It has amazing times. Times are really tough. But the person you want to be, even though they all are? I think it will be your legacy. You are that.”

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