It's tough to decide whom to vote for on Dancing with the Stars all-stars, you all will agree on one thing: season 15 is full of heartthrobs!
From Gilles Marini to Apolo Anton Ohno to Joey Fatone, competitors had viewers swooning on social media Monday night. And once Kirstie Alley planted a surprise kiss on Emmy-winning host Tom Bergeron, the Twitterverse went wild!
Smith and French actor Gilles Marini earned the highest scores of the night-a 24 and a 24.5 for their dynamic cha cha and foxtrot routines, but Alley stole the show when she planted a long, sensual kiss on host Tom Bergeron's lips before exiting the dance floor to learn her scores.
"That's for your Emmy," Alley said to a stunned Bergeron, who has been married to Lois Bergeron since 1982. Last night, Bergeron won an Emmy for his work on the ballroom dance competition show.
Though the judges praised Alley for her "sensuality" and her skill as an actress and performer, they derided her dance technique, especially her carriage. She earned a 19. "Lift up your rib cage. Lift it up," said juge Len Goodman. "The quality of movement wasn't superb."
The judges told the 8-time Olympic medalist in speed-skating that he needed more hip-action, but displayed "exquisite" arm extension. Judge Carrie Ann Inaba told Ohno that he had gotten "three thousand times more sexy" since he first appeared on the show in 2007.
Judge Bruno Tonioli told Anderson she "looks like a girl who could go all the way," but that "there wasn't enough work there for me to really praise you." The judges awarded Anderson a 17 out of 30.
"It was a bit like a kid on a bike when you take the training wheels off," judge Goodman said. "It was a bit shaky."
Tune in to ABC tomorrow night at 8 p.m. to see which all star will be the first celebrity sent packing.