Dancing With The Stars: Rumor Sparks Fly Between Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Erin Andrews

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 3 April 2010

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A friendship-dancing ring that Maksim gave to Erin after the last Dancing With The Stars show.

HOLLYWOOD - Dancing With The Star's "Bad Boy of The Ballroom" Maksim Chmerkovskiy [pronounced: CHAT-ta-NOO-ga] and ESPNs Erin Andrews [pronounced: AN-drews] appear to be 'eyeing' more than the first place mirror ball trophy.

The tall dancing couple has already raised the eyebrows of quite a lot of viewers as well as judge Bruno Tonioli and new co-host Brooke Burke.

Tonioli said that he saw Max backstage explaining to Erin the basics of the Argentine Tango while he was playing with her maracas.

As soon as Max saw Bruno staring at them, Max and Erin, not the maracas, he asked the gaytalian judge if he was stalking them or what.

Tonioli quickly replied that he was just making his way to his dressing room to freshen up his lipstick and to catch up on his email from his fan club, Bruno's Brood.

When Bruno was asked by host Tom Bergeron if he had really seen Max playing with Erin's maracas, Bruno replied, "Tommy is the pope a man? Is Oprah black? And is Ricky "Dicky" Martin cute as a button?

Bergeron answered, "Yes, yes, and no comment."

SIDENOTE: Max has stated that he really likes Erin for three reasons. One, she is 5 foot 10. Two, she smells a lot prettier than all of his previous dance partners including Willa Ford, Laila Ali, Mel B., Denise Richards, and Debi Mazar. And three, during rehearsals Erin is constantly touching his groin gadget.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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