04/25/2007 AT 12:00 PM EDT
Before showtime on Wednesday, Ian Ziering
and pro dancer Tony Dovolani
's former partner) were already ready to entertain. The class clowns perched themselves in the judges' seats as audience members were encouraged to get up and show the room their dance moves. Ziering and Dovolani, who were upset that they did not have their own paddles, announced their scores for each audience pair by holding up their fingers instead.
Carrie Ann Exposed! Carrie Ann Inaba
had her own embarrassing moment when a female audience member held up a recent issue of men's magazine Stuff
to reveal a scantily clad photo spread of the judge. As the fan waved it around, Inaba tried to keep herself busy talking with Len Goodman
and Bruno Tonioli.
Then the fan flipped the page to unveil a sexy photo of Cheryl Burke.
The two-time Dancing
champ was less shy about her glamour shot being shown as she waved from the stage and smiled while fans made catcalls for both ladies.
During a commercial break the audience was informed there was a very special birthday boy in the house: judge Len Goodman,
whose real b-day is on Wednesday. So, how old is he? The ballroom-dancing expert's story – and he's sticking to it – is he's 21. (Hint: Add on 42 years and you've got Len's real age.) The whole audience serenaded him with "Happy Birthday" as he waved his hands in appreciation.
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Sure, she's a mom-to-be, but that didn't stop pregnant host Samantha Harris
from showing she still has all the right moves during a commercial break. The emcee busted out some of her own choreography on the dance floor, winning approval from all three judges and the audience.
"I almost wore that same dress," joked host Tom Bergeron
as guest singer Joss Stone
first appeared onstage to perform two of her hits, including "Super Duper Love." Ba-dum-dum. We're glad Bergeron stuck to his classic suit instead of the British soul sensation's metallic miniskirt, purple tank top and bare feet. Though it would've made for an interesting photo op!
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