Guess he liked it?
Bruno Tonioli got seriously overheated following Kendra Wilkinson's samba routine with partner Louis van Amstel on Monday's Dancing with the Stars ("Guilty Pleasures" night).
After the Playboy alum and reality star, 25, pulled off a super-sexy dance to Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca," the eccentric judge didn't offer much in the way of constructive criticism.
Instead, Tonioli quipped, "Ladies and gentleman, Dancing with the Stars presents: Revenge of the Stripper, Part 1!"
Tonioli then threw out a dollar bill and lay down on the judges' table. "Let's do it now, let's get it over with!"
Wilkinson and Tonioli laughed nervously and stepped back. The other judges praised the pair. "That was a guilty pleasure, my dear!" Carrie Ann Inaba gushed. "You were so in your element in this dance...Boy, that was a big performance!"
Added Len Goodman: "The more you gyrate, the more I palpitate! Well done."
As she rehearsed her routine, Wilkinson promised to bring "a lot of jiggle" -- plus clean , crisp lines and perfect technique -- to the performance.
"I'm gonna shake my butt all the way to the top of the leader board!"
In the end, she nabbed 25 points -- including a grateful 9 from Tonioli.
The night wasn't without its injuries: Karina Smirnoff took a scary fall during her "Everybody Dance Now" pasa doble with star dancer Ralph Macchio; and in dress rehearsals, Chelsea Kane's pro partner Mark Ballas twisted his ankle. Kane and Ballas ended up tying Romeo and Chelsie Hightower in the lead spot, with impressive scores of 28 each -- and the first 10s of the season!
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