Maksim Chmerkovskiy debuts his Maks Mob at The Grove in Los Angeles on Wednesday morning (May 25).
“It’s going down!!!@maksmobdance #MaksMob,” the 36-year-old pro dancer shared on Instagram just ahead of dance breaking out.
Just the night before, Maks and his younger bro Val Chmerkovskiy gave fans a little sneak peek of their upcoming tour, Maks & Val: Our Way, which kicks off in June, at the Dancing with the Stars Finals.
The pro dancer brothers announced the tour earlier this year and with their cast of dancers, will be headed out on the road starting in June.
“We are going to tell the story of how we got where we are,” Maks shared with People. “I’m excited to set the record straight: Who is taller? Who has better hair? Who has better hair? Who is better looking? All those things are very important.”
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“There were a couple of wardrobe mishaps that happened to me last night! It turns out things happen in threes!” Sharna wrote in her blog after Monday night’s show, addressing her malfunctions. “The first was I forgot to put my hood on for the solo dance, I had the now very well-known ‘nip slip’ on national television, and lastly I forgot to take off the tear-away skirt at the end of our Team Dance. I guess it just shows this can happen to the best of us. I clearly had no idea about the wardrobe malfunction situation!”
She continued, “Tom [Bergeron] had to step in front of me on live, national TV to tell me to pull up my dress. I don’t think I have ever been a brighter shade of red—I think my skin matched my hair!”
“I was so embarrassed, not just about the situation, but about the fact that I seriously had no idea it even happened! I am grateful everyone made light of the situation and it was not as embarrassing as it could’ve been, but I will forever be in the nip slip category of television,” Sharna added.
Sharna Burgess sticks out her tongue as she heads into the dance studio in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon (April 20).
The 30-year-old pro dancer met up with her celeb partner Antonio Brown to work on their next routine for Dancing With The Stars.
“It was hard for me to see Antonio Brown go out there and dance with someone else, but I am proud of him and Karina [Smirnoff]. I thought the cha-cha was great!” she wrote in her latest blog about switch-up week on the show. “I do think the sixes were a little too low for him. But I also understand what the judges were saying.”
Sharna added, “Antonio and I have a lot of work ahead of us if we want to stay in the competition. I know that he wants it and wants to work really hard. We just have to put a little more time in, and I hope that happens now that he sees the level of competition that is left. Only good dancers are left, so now the good ones are going to start to go home.”