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OK! Exclusive Photos: Behind the Scenes at 'Dancing With the Stars' Week 4!

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Apr. 12 2011, Published 11:12 a.m. ET

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Every week, only OK! has the exclusive behind-the-scenes pictures from Season 12 of Dancing With the Stars! Last night on ABC, OK!’s very own blogger, Kym Johnson, and Hines Ward tied for second place with Ralph Macchio and Cheryl Burke and Petra Nemcova and her partner Dmitry Chaplin, all scoring a 25! Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas waltzed their way to the top of the leader board and Kirstie Alley had another dance floor mishap!

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Hines really struggled in rehearsal with his Paso Doble, saying “this is probably the hardest dance.”

But last night the Pittsburgh Steeler nailed the dance, getting a standing ovation from the audience.

Kendra Wilkinson did not have the same luck with her Viennese waltz which she dubbed the “Mafia Waltz."

At the end of her dance, Kendra put her head in her hands making husband Hank Baskett emotional in the audience.

"You messed it up and you know that," judge Bruno Tonioli said of Kendra's missteps. "Transform yourself and become one with the music." (She says if she had more than 4 days of practice she could have gotten there)

"You are afraid of elegance," Carrie Ann Inaba added. "You were holding back."

Kristie also had a misstep, but it didn't cost her to big with the judges.

Carrie Ann said Kirstie even performed with “so much more joy” after the incident.

After the show, the actress joked with reporters about her footwear foible — in the middle of her waltz she stationed herself in a seated position on the floor and adjusted her shoe which had fallen off, as her pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy did a little solo routine around her.

“I think it’s a conspiracy,” she quipped. “I think the other girls cut my shoe!”

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