Melissa shows off her rockin' bod week in and week out, but this webbed and ruffled, bikini-inspired number for her samba takes the cake for A) making us wanting to fit into our itty, bitty polka-dot bikinis and B) her wardrobe malfunction at the end of the routine. (Sorry, guys, those low-rise jeans aren't officially a costume.)
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Their cha-cha may have been blah-blah, but Edyta kept our attention with this minimal mini see-through get-up. Remember, it's for her own safety that she wears next to nothing, and for our pleasure.
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Casual can be sexy too, as Lacey tantalizingly proved in her bedtime-ready boy-cut shorts, bra and mini-robe. Sleepover, anyone?
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Perhaps trying to one-up Edyta — and elicit votes — Karina tied and taped on the skimpiest bikini she could find... and then found a chair over which to drape herself. Flexibility's so hot.
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Chelsie Hightower & Ty Murray
Less is more, especially when it comes to gold fringe, which is why Chelsie's titillating spaghetti-strap mini is full of win. Speaking of less is more, sleeveless shirts is the way to go, but only if you have guns like Ty's to show off.
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Gratutious skin and Dancing go hand-in-hand, so it was only a matter of time until that guy from the shower scene in Sex and the City took (most of ) it off, which he did in his Paso Doble. Major points for not overdoing the spray-tan because orange does not equal sexy.
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Sure, she has a bionic booty, but Dancing is all about the legs and Lil' Kim has legs for days, despite barely topping out at five feet tall. None of her outfits accentuated her gamely gams more than her asymmetrical Argentine Tango frock, whose glittery corset also perfectly flaunted her voluptuous curves.
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Julianne Hough & Chuck Wicks
Dancing's first couple went for sultry black lace in their risque rumba. You know the age-old Dancing rule: If it's good enough for the bedroom, it's good enough for the ballroom.
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OK, hear us out. This sheer, strategically fringed bodysuit may look more appropriate in an S&M movie, but it takes cojones to pull it off — and well at that. Plus, per audience members, everyone got an eyeful that night.
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Mark Ballas, Chuck Wicks & Tony Dovolani
Taking a page out of Saturday Night Live's spoof of "Single Ladies," the male daaancers donned their best black and white leotards. Extra point for the asymmetrical shoulder cut, Chuck. Now who wouldn't want to get with this?