DWTS, Bristol Palin, Mark Ballas


So what if she can't act her way out of an Alaskan icebox? Bristol Palin is absolutely, positively going to be around for at least one more week of Dancing With the Stars fun!

And get ready, Bristol fans, because Ms. Palin and partner Mark Ballas just promised some steamy times ahead. (Someone better warn ol' Mama Grizzly up in Alaska, OK?)

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"I was terrified," Bristol tells us of being in the bottom two on tonight's DWTS elimination show, along with Margaret Cho, who was ultimately sent home, "I'm still not over it yet. It's a horrible feeling. But hopefully it will give me more motivation to actually perform next week. I just need to connect with the audience."


So what's the plan to make said "connection" happen? Lots and lots of sexiness, or that's Mark Ballas' idea anyway.

"We going to try to dive into Bristol's sexy side, tell more of a story and get a lit-tle spicy!" teases Ballas. (That's either very smart or very creepy. We'll let you decide.)

In other sexy DWTS news, Tony Dovolani is happy to report that after following through on his threat to wax his legs in order to motivate Hills hottie partner Audrina Patridge, he's new and improved, and man enough to speak out on the benefits of hair removal. (You're preachin' to the choir, Tony!)

"Do it, girls! That's the best thing I could have done," he laughs. "I did it all over body, and it's fun. I've done my back, I've done my chest. I left it on my arms, but that's the only area on my body now with hair—besides my head."

He even promises to reveal some of that smooth chest of his next week. So there.

And on that note...What did you think tonight's elimination? Are you looking forward to a sexier Palin and a hairless Tony? Sound off below.

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