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Tuesday, 25 May 2010

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Chad Ochocinco's first pair of football shoes which his grandmother bought for him when he was only three months old.

HOLLYWOOD - Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who is known as "The Bad Boy of The Ballroom" certainly pushed the envelope farther than anyone ever had.

The dancing Russian choreographed a dance number between himself and his lovely, tall-as-a-redwood-timber dance partner Erin Andrews that included a king-size bed.

It is not as yet known if the bed actually belongs to Maks, Erin, or maybe even the gaytalian judge Bruno Tonioli.

Host Tom Bergeron said that the 'Do Not Remove' label had been removed from the bed and a representative from NBLRC, the National Bed Label Removing Council will be conducting a thorough investigation as soon as possible.

Andrews has stated that she has no idea where the label went. Chmerkovskiy noted that he would not doubt it if the label was not removed by the crotchety English judge Len Goodman, aka "The British Peckerwood."

Maks said that Len has never liked him because he is always removing his shirt and showing off his muscles and Len is jealous since if he removes his shirt all one would see are freckles, blemishes, hair, wrinkles, and man boobs that would make Bruno green with envy.

Maks and Erin were asked if they had practiced their king size bed routine somewhere other than at the DWTS dance studios.

Erin blushed and turned three shades of pink. Maks raised his eyebrows and said in his heavy Russian accent, "No commented comment."

SIDENOTE: Bruno Tonioli has stated that the rumors about him be spotted sitting on Chad Ochocinco's lap at a pizza eatery in Santa Monica have been greatly exaggerated.

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