Monday’s DWTS: What You Didn’t See
Helio gets manscaped, Sabrina's gone but not forgotten and more…
Hair Be Gone!: Helio Castroneves confessed that last week he had his hair flat ironed by the DWTS hairstylist–and liked it. For this week's samba Castroneves got a good manscaping since he was sporting a costume where his chest was exposed. "They took out the clippers and went 'Nnnnnneeeeeeeee!' It looks good, don't you think?" Castroneves asked of his newly smooth look.
Sabrina Was Here: She may have gotten the boot last week, but Sabrina Bryan certainly left her mark all over the ballroom. Bryan gave all of the show's remaining dancers her Cheetah paw print tattoos and each and every of them sported them last night "as a show of solidarity," Jonathan Roberts told PEOPLE. "We all miss her."
And they got creative with where they chose to display their tattoos. Maksim Chmerkovskiy wore one on his left pec, Tony Dovolani had one on his left bicep, Mel B. had one on her ankle, Jennie Garth wore hers on the inside of her right wrist and Jane Seymour had one on small of her back. "That meant so much to me," Bryan said after the show. "I can't believe they did that."
Her Kind of Spice: Mel B. says she gave Bryan a good pep talk last week after she was eliminated from the competition. "I told her to be positive about it," Brown tells PEOPLE. "I told her 'you've reached over twenty-odd million every week. You're fresh in s' brains, go out there and do what you want to do now… The world's you're bloody oyster.'"
Like Mother, Like Son: During the commercial break following Seymour's crowd-pleasing cha-cha, Seymour's son, John, was called out onto the dance floor to perform to Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back." He did the worm and the pop-and-lock, much to the crowd's delight and all three judges' amazement. When the dance was over the judges each held up number ten paddles.
Doing the Buss Stop: Donny Osmond couldn't wait to kiss his baby sister Marie after her quickstep. Rather than wait for a commercial, Donny ran out onto the stage before his sister got her scores. "It's kind of a thing where we always run out on stage when the other person is out there," Marie told PEOPLE, giggling. "It must be in the blood. He's so cute. He's like, 'Marie, you're a dancer.' I was like, 'surprise!'" –Monica RizzoCAROL KAELSON/ABC