Last night’s “Dancing with the Stars” was hot both on the dance floor and behind the scenes.
Jane Seymour landed a controversial move that had the judges crying foul, Marie Osmond went wild, Mel B. dished on rumors on a Spice Girls rift and Access Hollywood discovered there might be an on-set romance between one of the “Dancing” couples.
Seymour, the former “Bond” babe who returned to “Dancing” last week in honor of her late mother, was accused of breaking the rules by Judge Carrie-Ann Inaba. Inaba called into question whether Jane took flight — with both feet off the ground during a move.
“I saw the replay my foot was on the ground but it doesn’t matter, it’s ok,” Jane told Access Hollywood after the show.
“We did not have our feet off the floor and it is unfortunate for Carrie-Ann now because she has to justify her comments,” Jane’s dance partner Tony Dovolani added.
Carrie-Ann still gave the duo 8 points, while the other two judges, Bruno and Len, each gave them 9 points.
In more “Dancing” news, Access made Marie Osmond’s night, following her score of 26/30, by revealing her biggest fan. We gave her one hint though – she is an outspoken comedienne.
“Joan Rivers? Rosie? Rosie!” Marie exclaimed after finding out. “I love Rosie. I love you Rosie! Are you kidding [me]? I love that!”
And as for Mel B, she broke some unrelated “Dancing” news following her score for the night – a 26/30. The Spice Girls are not feuding despite rumors Geri Halliwell angered the group by leaking secret info about their upcoming single on British TV.
“No not at all. We love each other,” Mel said. “We text and call. Yeah, total support of each other.”
But that wasn’t the only news of the evening. Cheetah Girl Sabrina Bryan and partner Mark Ballas appear to be doing more than just dancing. Access asked them if there was a romance brewing between them.
“We’re pretty much together 24 hours a day, every day of the week,” Ballas told Access as Sabrina giggled alongside him. “We are in the studio and because we get along really well we hang out after the performing and training and stuff. We get along just fine.”