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    Posted: 07 May 2013 at 10:14

How embarrassing! Sweet-natured gymnast Aly Raisman is left red-faced after being forced to 'sex-up' her tango on Dancing With The Stars

By Daily Mail Reporter

She is the sweet-natured gymnast who won the hearts of millions with her gritty performances at the Olympics.

But Aly Raisman scored high points for channeling her ‘inner harlot’ on Monday’s Dancing With the Stars.

The gold medal winner, 18, was forced to sex-up her game for a raunchy Argentine tango and a slinky jive with two male partners.


Red hot: Aly Reisman admitted it was her face that was scarlet after performing a raunchy Argentine tango on Dancing With The Stars on Monday

‘Aly is the sweetest, most innocent girl but this week she has to become the harlot, the seductress who is going to take all my money and leave,’ said her partner Mark Ballas.

Wearing a skimpy black bustier the gold medal winner pulled off some sexy hooks, lifts, erotic neck biting and intense eye contact for her provocative tango.

‘The transformation I have seen in you is incredible,’ said judge Carrie Ann Inaba.

‘It was smooth and seductive and terrific,’ said Len Goodman, saying the performance looked like a man ‘dancing with his mistress.’


The tempt times table: The sauce levels were multiplied when Mark Ballas found her on this platform


Thighly impressive: Mark seemed to enjoy putting his paws on the gymnast's leg as they went through their routine


Nice lines: The dynamic duo showed some good form for the judges in amongst the raunchiness

Flamboyant judge Bruno Tonioli purred: ‘I had no idea you were so good at being bad.’

Looking slightly embarrassed afterwards the talented teenager said she’d rather not think about what her family might make of the show: ‘My dad is here tonight so I don’t really want to know what he thinks,’ she cringed as she was awarded 29 points.

The athlete also ramped up the seduction again in a red and black flapper dress with fishnets and a scarlet garter.

‘You didn’t dilly dally Aly…this was a terrific number,’ Len told Aly who had danced a trio with Mark and Henry Byalikov.


Impressed: Len Goodman was delighted with the performance of the Olympic gold medalist


Delighted: The couple were overjoyed when they were lathered with praise by the impressed judges


Red faced: Aly admitted she was embarrassed after she was told she had unleashed her 'inner harlot'

Aly ended up high on the scoreboard with 56 out of 60 – a little behind the night’s winners Disney starlet Zendaya Coleman and Val Chmerkovskiy

Pressure was mounting as contestants were forced to learn two dances for a place in the next week’s semi finals.

The first round began with Zendaya, who at 16-years-old is the youngest ever contestant on DWTS.

Wearing a colourful gown the willowy teen danced a flirty foxtrot to Don’t Worry Be Happy with her partner Val Chmerkovskiy.

‘You are like a breath of fresh air,’ said Bruno while Carrie Ann praised her ‘hold’.

‘So artistic…it took my breath away,’ said the female judge who used to dance for J-Lo.


The joy of Zen: Disney favourite Zendaya gave a serene foxtrot that was highly praised


So you liked it then? Carrie Ann Inaba reached to the heavens and yelled with delight due to the performance

The Frenemies actress scored 28 out of 30, including full marks from Len.

Last week Bruno accused him of sticking out his behind as if he’s ‘on the toilet’ so Bachelor star Sean Lowe needed to pick up his game to stay in the competition.

Dressed as bride and groom the reality TV star, 29, thrashed out an angry tango with pro dancer Peta Murgatroyd - but it wasn’t up to scratch.

‘Your feet don’t seem to be in the right place at the right time,’ said Bruno while Carrie Ann accused him of loosing the beat.

‘It was a little bit ugly,’ Len told the disappointed couple, who only scored 21 – the worst of the night. 

Snake-hipped NFL star Jacoby Jones has been a strong contender from the start of the competition.

The Super Bowl-winning sportsman popped his dress shirt open during a sexy waltz with Karina Smirnoff.


Waltzing through again? NFL star Jacoby Jones gave yet another top notch performance


'You make girls go wild': Infatuated Carrie Ann said she loved it when he ripped his shirt off

‘When you took your shirt off all the girls went wild,’ cheered Carrie Ann who also praised the elegance and grace of the performance.

‘I was looking, you were cooking,’ applauded Len in his trademark rhyming prose.

The couple earned the respectable score of 27.

Daytime TV heartthrob Ingo Rademacher is the oldest person left in the competition – he has been left near the bottom of the scoreboard with Sean.

The General Hospital actor, 41, threw a strop in rehearsals swearing and complaining of feeling ‘tired and sick’.

‘I have a physical limit of how many hours I can do per day,’ moaned the German-born star, as he rowed with his partner Kym Johnson.


Diddums: Whining German-born Ingo Rademacher threw a strop a diva would be proud of in training


Just what the doctor ordered: But the General Hospital actor ended up giving one of his best dances

Wearing a grey and white tux the TV doctor managed to improve - gaining 24 for his smooth foxtrot.

‘All that moaning and groaning, then you came out and I loved it,’ said Len.

Bruno called it ‘a little bit Fred Flintstone’ but praised Sean’s poised arabesque.

‘I think this was your best dance,’ said Carrie Ann.

Despite being top of the scoreboard petit country singer Kellie Pickler was striving to inject some more emotion into her dancing.

Backstage she cried when talking about her grandmother’s death.

‘I hate that I’m crying,’ sobbed the former American Idol contestant, before doing a fluid Viennese waltz, amid plumes of dry ice smoke, with Derek Hough.


Emotional: Kellie devoted her dance on this week's show to her grandmother after she passed away


Mirror mirror on the wall: Kellie Pickler was in a reflective mood this week following her grandmother's death


Paying off: And she gave one of her best performances with Derek Hough yet with a fluid Viennese waltz

‘You were a queen tonight,’ said Bruno, calling the performance ‘a thing of beauty.’

Carrie Ann said that she felt the dance did have more feeling than last week.

‘You could be a winner,’ she praised as the judges gave them 28 out of 30.

Zendaya and Val brought in another bare-chested Russian, Gleb Savchenko, for a glittery, princess-themed salsa trio. 

‘Sizzling and dazzling,’ said Bruno while Carrie Ann called her ‘the queen of the salsa’.

They scored the first perfect score of the season - 58 out of 60 in total.


Throne to the wolves: But pretty as a princess Zendaya seemed excited to be getting to grips with the Russians


Making it worthwhile: The titanic trio's cheesy dance made the show worth the price of entry


Oh dear: Bachelor personality Sean is favourite for the axe after yet another inept performance

Clearly enjoying being flanked by two beautiful women Sean did a jazz trio with Peta and Andy Dick’s old partner Sharna Burgess.

But Sean’s footwork was shaky and he only scored 21 – totaling 42 out of 60. 

‘I don’t think people understand quite how hard this is, especially when you are as Caucasian as I am,’ joked Sean afterwards

Jacoby and Karina chose Cheryl Burke to complete their three-way paso doble.

‘She’s a beautiful woman and she can dance her butt off,’ grinned the cheeky American footballer, who wore canary yellow for the ferocious routine.


Thrilling threesome: Jacoby gave a fiery performance alongside Karina Smirnoff and Cheryl Burke


It's getting boring now: For the umpteenth week in a row Jacoby leapt over his dance partner


Bunny boiler: Obsessed Carrie Ann giggled as she told the NFL favourite he had 'an impressive presence'

‘You have such an impressive presence,’ giggled Carrie Ann while noting that he ‘tossed’ the girls around a little too vehemently.

‘I loved those spins,’ disagreed Len, saying he thinks Jacoby has progressed from ‘pretender to contender.’

They earned 25, making 52 out of 60 in total.

Ingo and Kym wore baby pink to shimmy and roly poly through a lively jive with 19-year-old Lindsay Arnold.

Len called it ‘full-on and fun,’ while all three judges commented that Ingo can be a little ‘flat footed.’

He was thrilled to get 24 points, adding up to 48 out of 60 for the night.


Fancy footwork: Ingo was gayly getting carried away with the spirit of things as he danced a lively jive


Making his point: The jolly daytime soap star is surely confident his fanbase will help him beat off Sean for a place in the next round

Cute blonde Kellie then tried to channel her ‘inner demon’ for a dark spirited paso doble with Derek and Tristan MacManus.

‘It was a bit like dragging a lion out of a kitten,’ said Tristan in rehearsals.

Dressed completely in black Kellie pulled off the angry, dramatic routine on the night – but judges were badly divided.


Passe doble: Kellie seemed to be struggling to channel her 'inner demon' during her dance


Dark and dramatic? Her effort ended up sharply dividing the show's panel of expert ballroom judges

While Carrie Ann and Bruno leapt to their feet to hug the singer Len said he felt it was too much ‘flashing lights’ and too little dancing.

‘From angel to devil…so engrossing, so entertaining,’ raved Bruno as the panel argued among themselves.

‘It’s like a bad daycare over here,’ host Tom Bergeron told the feuding judges.

Carrie Ann and Bruno awarded them 10 but Len gave an uninspired 7. The couple came away with 55 out of 60.


Hugging it out: Supportive Carrie Ann gave Kellie a hug after she was given a tongue lashing by Len Goodman


Any excuse: Flamboyant Bruno then leapt to his feet and gave a meaty embrace to a delighted Derek

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Edited by Bren - 07 May 2013 at 10:15
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