Kirstie Alley Suffers Another Dancing Mishap
Kristie Alley had to recover from another mishap on Monday's Dancing with the Stars. This time, Alley lost her shoe in the middle of her waltz with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy. INSIDE EDITION has more.
Kirstie Alley had a mishap during her performance on Dancing with the Stars for the second week in a row!
After dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy spun her around, Alley's dress got caught on her shoe, dislodging it.
Amazingly, Alley didn't miss a beat. She was calm and cool and got up and continued the waltz like nothing had happened.
"You are the queen of the unexpected mishap, I mean, whose shoe comes off?" said judge Carrie Ann Inaba.
"That's the big thing I've learned on 'Dancing with the Stars': the pros keep their shoes on," Alley told INSIDE EDITION backstage.
Meanwhile, everyone was buzzing about dancer Karina Smirnoff's sexy layout in an upcoming issue of Playboy.
"It's great!" said Smirnoff
That sentiment was echoed by Playboy's Kendra Wilkinson, who has already seen the sexy photos.
"She looks amazing, why not do it?" Wilkinson said.
And Mark Ballas was the picture of discretion when asked about his big date with booted American Idol contestant Pia Toscano, who performed on the Idol stage right across the hall from Dancing.
"I don't talk about that kind of stuff," he said.
It turns out it was actually a fellow contestant, wrestler Chris Jericho, who set them up.
"All I did was give somebody a phone number, it's funny that that's the big thing, I'm now 'Cupid Jericho,' " he joked.
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