Albert joins Dr. Phil and Robin onstage. "Has this been a wild ride?" Dr. Phil asks him.
"You get kind of that sense of that overwhelming Hollywood feeling," he says.
Robin shares, "I do understand how you feel with a new-found stardom. You have a very private life, just like us." She explains that she and Dr. Phil came to Los Angeles from Texas and opened their lives to the public. "One thing that has helped me and our entire family is to remember what's really true and right in your heart, and not let the outside world and this town influence you."
"I do the red carpet events, and I go home. I relax. I've got a dog," he says, "instead of the whole party scene. I'm not into it anymore."
"The truth is you don't have a lot of friends out here. It is business," Dr. Phil tells him. "What they want to know is, 'What can you do for me today?' If you're hot, and if you're moving, they're all over you. If all of a sudden you're yesterday's news, you couldn't get them on the
"Now, it's movies and music," he says.
"If you knew then what you know now, would you still have done Dancing with the Stars?" Dr. Phil asks.
"Yeah. It was a great experience," he says.
"You did a great job, and you had a lot of fans out here," Dr. Phil tells him.