Age is just a number when it comes to Suzanne Somers!
In a new blog post for 'People' magazine, the 68-year-old star opened up about her experience so far as a contestant on Dancing with the Stars and revealed her "youthful energy" will undoubtedly help her win the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy!
Suzanne at age 32 in 1978. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"I want all the women my age to see these [dance] performances as aspirational — that it's not about your age, it's about your energy. I have youthful energy and superb health because of the way I have been taking care of myself," the 'Three's Company' star wrote.
For her first dance on the show — which premiered on Monday, March 16 — the actress and her pro partner, Tony Dovolani, performed a Cha-Cha with a fun nod to the star's 1980s spokeswoman role with Thighmaster!
Suzanne dancing with Toni on Monday, March 16. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"I pride myself on being a pro. I was in a Zen space last night. I was calm, relaxed and ready. When I went out there, I went out to have fun, and I did. I laughed through the whole thing. Performances are natural for me. I am used to being in front of big crowds," she said of the dance, which received a score of 25/40 from the judges.
"I didn't pay much attention to the score. I was happy with [the judges'] comments and walked away from the whole thing feeling great," she added.
Watch Suzanne's debut 'DWTS' performance in the video below!