ET caught up with Gheesling in September, when he shared why he won’t be putting his hand up for the upcoming milestone 20th season of the series.
“I do want [season 20] to be all-stars, and I want it to be all-stars with me watching from my home in Michigan,” he said. “I just think [there are] enough players, and enough people, that need to play again. In particular, some winners that have only played once. I feel it's their time to come back and, if they deserve to be in the top five or the top three, they should go play again.”
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“I always tell people, when I got off the first time, I had an innate desire like, I gotta go back,” he continued. “The second time was about 10 times more work, because you're fighting off a persona. All these people know all this stuff about you. So, it's a lot more work and, when I'm there, my brain doesn't shut off. I wouldn't want to do it again.”