A stint on Dancing With the Stars is a great way to earn yourself a legion of new fans. Just ask Amber Rose.

The outspoken talk show host spoke with E! News' Sibley Scoles back stage after performing during season 23's third week of competition and, while she wouldn't name names, she admitted that shaking her booty on national TV alongside pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy has earned her the Twitter attention of more than a few male celebrity admirers.

"Yeah, actually," she said when asked if any celebrities had congratulated her on the show. "I'm not gonna mention their names though because it's a lot of men. A lot of men reaching out. But yeah, they're congratulating me. They're telling me I'm doing a great job."

Dancing With the Stars, Season 23

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And as for that sexy salsa to Jennifer Lopez's "Booty," Amber joked that the song choice was more appropriate for her partner than her. "It was fitting for Maks. He's the one that has the ass," she joked, before revealing that the song selection wasn't even her decision. "They assigned us that song. It's not anything that we picked, although I am a J.Lo fan. But they assigned it, I guess, for me to move my booty. We added the salsa into it because that was our dance, but the song it called 'Booty,' so we did a little salsa, a little booty shaking, and I had a blast out there. And that's what's most important. I had a great time."

Sadly, Amber's great time wasn't enough to earn her a win in her face-off against Maureen McCormick and her pro, Artem Chigvintsev. She and Maks scored 25 out of 40 for their salsa, while the Brady Bunch alum just edged her out with a 28 out of 40, earning immunity in this week's elimination. Amber joins Babyface, Rick Perry, Ryan Lochte, Terra Jole, and Marilu Henner in the danger zone heading into tonight's elimination episode.

For more from Amber, including what her dancing days are doing to that famous figure of hers, be sure to check out the video above.

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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