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Even Béla Kérolyi would be speechless. The Olympic gymnast and her partner Mark Ballas turned their Lindy Hop into a showcase for what not to wear to the gym ... or the ballroom. Luckily, they threw in some impressive tumbling runs to wow the crowd.
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Was there a shortage of lace in the costume department? That would explain why Julianne Hough's leggings are missing something. The country singer and his partner-girlfriend shared smoldering moves and made the most of what little boudoir material they could patch together for a romantic rumba that had judge Carrie Ann Inaba fanning herself.
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Sacrebleu! It looks like Cheryl Burke has found a new temple of worship – and so has the rest of Dancing's adoring female audience. The French actor oiled up his chest, then doffed his top for a pec-worthy paso doble – olé!
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Hello Dolly! For the fifth season finale, a rosy-cheeked Osmond – in a nod to her career designing dolls – dressed up as a baby doll brought to life by the Rolling Stones song "Start Me Up." Judge Bruno Tonioli called her look a cross between "Baby Jane and the Bride of Chucky" – but hey, at least she didn't faint.
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Looking more ready for the big top than the ballroom, Carolla made a grand entrance – on a unicycle! – for his version of the paso doble. Although he and partner Julianne Hough valiantly attempted a Zorro-themed dance, it wasn't enough – and they were the fourth couple eliminated this season.
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A long, long time ago (season four) in a galaxy far, far away (Los Angeles), Fatone embraced his inner Jedi. The force was strong with the 'N Sync-er – clad in a glittering suit and wielding a lightsaber – while partner Kym Johnson donned Princess Leia's bikini for this memorable tango.
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The Spice Girl gave partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy a hip check – and then some! – in her revealing, lace-up catsuit during their daring paso doble during season four.
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Ahoy matey! Putting his pecs away, Lawrence donned a satin sailor suit during season three for nautical-themed quickstep, with a glammed-up (and for once, covered-up) Edyta Sliwinska.
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BILLY RAY CYRUS
The singer was business in the front, party in the back during his sixth season cha cha cha with partner Karina Smirnoff. Dancing to his own tune, "I Want My Mullet Back," Cyrus wore – what else? – a mullet wig that would make Joe Dirt jealous.
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Paging Janet Jackson! The actress, who went on to win the first season of DWTS almost suffered a wardrobe malfunction when the straps on her costume (which was barely there to begin with) broke during a tango with partner Alex Mazo.
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For their fifth season samba, Mathison and partner Edyta Sliwinska's costumes were apparently called "What Pocahontas and John Smith would look like if they lived in the '80s and opened an aerobics studio."
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The wrestler – and season two contestant – rivaled Edyta for most-revealing costumes, but decided to cover up with half an outfit for a rumba with Tony Dovolani.
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Warning: Out-of-control pelvis ahead! The 90210 star channeled Elvis Presley – with a pompadour and white sequined jumpsuit – during a jive with Cheryl Burke on season four.
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How did Vegas vet Wayne Newton get into character for his season five tango with Cheryl Burke? By strapping on a fake mustache and ponytail. Unbeweaveable!
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It's no bull: For his season three paso doble with Kym Johnson, the TV host came out dressed as a matador. Ay caramba!