Chris Brown's performance on Dancing With the Stars may have caused some controversy backstage.
Brown gave a high-energy performance that included with backflips and a laser light show. He got a standing ovation and totally wowed the dancers.
Chelsea Kane said, "Awesome. Awesome."
"He's definitely got some moves," said Romeo.
But while Brown showed off some amazing moves, backstage, things were a little rocky.
Kirstie Alley and Cheryl Burke both reportedly gave Brown the cold shoulder. They avoided any possible interaction by going to a book signing of just-published books by Burke and fellow cast member Chris Jericho.
"As a victim of domestic violence, I don't agree with him coming on the show," Burke said in a statement.
Meantime, we're learning that President Obama actually moved his speech about Libya a half hour earlier on Monday night so he would not interfere with Dancing's broadcast.
A White House spokesman said: "The White House routinely works with the networks to find a time that's respectful of the networks and the audience."