Baby-Geared Tush: The seamstresses on Dancing have grown accustomed to repairing a snapped strap on one of Julianne Hough’s dresses, but this time all eyes, er, needles, were pointed at her dancing partner and boyfriend Chuck Wicks. “My shirt wouldn’t stay tucked in during the rehearsals, so they sewed my shirt to my boxers,” he told PEOPLE. “It’s like wearing a onesie. No big deal.”
Dancing Freestyle: Before the show begins, it’s commonplace for audience members get out of their seat and shake their booty on the dancefloor. First up the gents, then the ladies. This time, the ladies received a lucky surprise when Gilles Marini and Tony Dovolani joined the delighted group for a quick jig.
Honey-Voiced Host: Yes, a spoonful (or two) of sugar was just what the Dancing doctor order for host Samantha Harris, whose voice was nearly gone last week while she fought a cold. She was spotted taking two spoonfuls of honey before the start of the show. Her voice made it all the way through the show in tact.
DWTS Alumni Reunion: Dancing alum Heather Mills — sporting a new shorter do — was in the ballroom audience along with a mystery guy for Monday night’s performance. As soon as the show ended, pro dancer Kym Johnson waltzed over and gave Mills a huge hug. “She’s a got a new look going on,” says Johnson, who called Mills makeover hot. “It’s always nice to have come back, sitting in the audience. It really is a big family when you’re on DWTS.” Also on hand: Steve “The Woz” Wozniak, who stood and cheered for friend Steve-O after he danced the Viennese waltz.
Here, There, Everywhere: A lucky audience member received an advanced copy of Tom Bergeron’s new book, I’m Hosting as Fast as I Can: Zen and the Art of Staying Sane in Hollywood, which hits stores Tuesday. Perhaps the host, who started his career at age 17 as a radio host, should re-read his own book: Following Tuesday’s results show, the busy host is scheduled to hop a red-eye to Washington, D.C., where his former gig, America’s Funniest Home Videos, will be added to the Smithsonian collection. –Elaine Aradillas