“Dancing With The Stars” Judge Carrie Ann Inaba Falls For Gilles Marini (VIDEO)

1x1.trans Dancing With The Stars Judge Carrie Ann Inaba Falls For Gilles Marini (VIDEO)

1x1.trans Dancing With The Stars Judge Carrie Ann Inaba Falls For Gilles Marini (VIDEO)

The dancing competition show “Dancing with the Stars” is pretty boring these days, but judge Carrie Ann Inaba livened things up a bit on last night’s show.

Carrie Ann became so excited about one couple’s dance routine that she did a butt plant right there on the stage.

The incident happened right after actor Gilles Marini and professional dancer Peta Murtgatroyd had performed a sexy dance routine to Whitney Houston’s song “I Will Always Love You”.

Judge Bruno Tonioli heaped praise upon the couple, yelling, “That was not a dance, that was master class theater. Gripping, thrilling, one of the best performances I’ve seen!”

Carrie Ann, who seemed equally excited by what she just observed, jokingly added, “Let the baby-making begin!” before falling right off her chair and onto the floor.

Here’s Carrie Ann Inaba sliding right off her seat:

The crowd, dancing couples, and hosts all gasped before rushing over to make certain Carrie Ann was alright.

Host Tom Bergeron quipped, “When you said ‘Let the baby-making begin,’ I didn’t think you’d get in position!”

Inaba just laughed off the embarrassing incident.

Gilles Marini and his professional dance partner Peta eventually scored 10, 9.5 and 10 for an impressive overall score of 29.5.

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