Rumer Willis Gets Scolding For Raunchy Routine On DWTS

Rumer Willis

Rumer Willis ignited the dance floor so much on Monday's episode of Dancing With The Stars that her partner had to apologise to her father.

The oldest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore executed a derriere-shaking routine to Bootylicious by Destiny's Child.

'I loves me some Destiny's Child,' announced the 26-year-old Striptease actress upon learning the routine's song.

Raunchy routine: Rumer Willis performed a derriere-shaking routine with pro partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy on Monday night's episode of Dancing With The Stars

'And I love me some booty,' chimed her partner, Russian heartthrob Valentin Chmerkovskiy.

Their moves were so 'raunchy' that Len Goodman gave them a telling off.

'It's a ballroom not a bedroom,' he scolded.

Shaking it: Rumer shook her rear during the dance to Bootylicious by Destiny's Child

'I'm sorry Bruce, I'm really sorry,' Val said into the camera by way of apology to Rumer's father.

Awkwardly Rumer's mother Demi was in the audience to cheer her on.

The judges' reactions were mixed.

Showing support: Demi Moore cheered on her oldest daughter as she performed

She's got back: Rumer wore black hot pants during her routine

Sorry about that: Val apologised to Rumer's father Bruce Willis for the sexy dancing

'I was a little underwhelmed,' said Julianne Hough, and Carrie Ann Inaba agreed.

But Bruno screamed in disagreement: 'It was hot!'

'No, I don't like all that raunchy stuff,' said Len as Demi winced from the sidelines.

He's a purist: Len Goodman scolded Rumer and Val saying he didn't 'like all that raunchy stuff'

Proud parent: Demi smiled as Rumer and Val received their scores

Whoops and cheers: Demi couldn't get enough of the routine as she clapped from the audience 

Despite the wobbling heat index they received a very respectable 32 points.

The dance was part of a Spring Break-themed evening of choreographed routines on the ABC show.

Patti LaBelle and Artem Chigvintsev were first up - with a quickstep to the jaunty Martha Reeves & The Vandellas track Heat Wave.

Up first: Patti LaBelle and pro partner Artem Chigvintsev were the first to perform

The moves were so rapid that the 70-year-old singer lost her shoe.

'I'm going to sell that on eBay,' joked the host Tom Bergeron.

'It's the best dance so far tonight,' said Len, despite the fact it was the first dance of the night.

The hosts: Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews hosted the ABC show

Patti received a respectable 29 points for her slightly lopsided efforts.

After tallying the totals at the end Patti and Artem were eliminated on the sixth week of the show.

'I've learned so much about me, I learned I can take direction,' Patti joked on her exit.

Good sport: Patti was able to joke around after learning that she had been eliminated from the competition

'I had a wonderful time,' added the Lady Marmalade disco queen.

Next was Olympic beauty Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough, who had been struggling in rehearsals.

The 25-year-old gold medalist managed a competent Tango, despite her injuries and general exhaustion.

Tango time: Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough performed a tango for their first performance

'I feel like there was disconnect between your bodies,' noted Julianne, to boos from the crowd.

Bruno disagreed and praised their 'power' and 'attack'.

'Your movement quality is insane,' said Carrie, as they were awarded 34 points.

Sister comment: Julianne told Nastia and her brother Derek that she felt a disconnect

Hunger Games actress Willow Shields did a salsa with Mark Ballas to the Tequila song.

The 14-year-old actress, who just found out she has an extra set of ribs, was light on her feet and fast on her spins.

The lifts impressed Bruno.

Strong performance: Willow Shields and pro partner Mark Ballas turned in an impressive salsa dance

'Always 100 percent proof,' he cheered while Carrie said she enjoyed the 'maturity' of their dance.

They earned 34 points.

Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson needed to redeem themselves after scoring the lowest last week.

The Shark Tank actor, 51, bumbled through a 50s-themed jive to The Beach Boys hit Surfing Safari.

Out of step: Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson tried to bounce back after their low scores last week

Carrie told them they were out of time.

'But you didn't miss a single step,' she consoled.

He received 28 points – not bad for someone who has never danced before.

'Better than last week,' he nodded happily.

Good advice: Bruno Tonioli offered advice and encouragement to the dancers

After a lot of friction in rehearsals Noah Galloway did a slow rumba with Sharna Burgess.

The dance was going well until the end when a leg wrap 'package' failed.

'I think there was an incident because everything came to a complete stop for a few bars,' said Len, while praising their timing.

Friction in rehearsals: Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess overcame friction in practice

'You're an amazing guy,' he told the Iraq War hero from Alabama.

'Don't worry about the little incident,' agreed Bruno.

The saucy routine earned the topless amputee army veteran/model 29 points.

Next up was The Bachelor star Chris Soules who did a Viennese Waltz to Olivia Newton John's Hopelessly Devoted to You.

Reality star: Chris Soules of The Bachelor fame showed improvement with Witney Carson

The Iowa farmer took the floor in a romantic carousel with his pretty blonde partner Witney Carson.

'It was a spring awakening for Chris,' Bruno told the 33-year-old reality star who also competed for the affection of Andi Dorfman on The Bachelorette.

'You used to have the turning circle of a combine harvester,' Bruno joked as he praised his improvement.

High five: Julianne called Chris over to congratulate him on his improvement

'It lacked technique,' disagreed Len as they were given 31 points.

Clean-cut pop star Riker Lynch, 23, was initially allocated a sexualy explicit Missy Elliott song.

'It's just not the right song for who you are,' complained his partner Allison Holker who swapped it to a more PG track by Jason Derulo.

Changed it up: Allison Holker changed her song with Riker Lynch to Jason Derulo after being given an Missy Elliott song

'You make me want to be a teeny bopper again,' raved Carrie as they were given a whopping 37 out of 40.

After the individual dances Patti and Riker were left in jeopardy.

Next were the team rounds with Team Yolo up first.

Pick a number: Carrie Ann Inaba held up two score at one point

The squad featured Willow and Mark; Robert and Kim; Noah and Sharna and Derek and Nastia, who served as team captain. 

After chaotic rehearsals they rocked out to Wipeout by The Beach Boys – gaining a near perfect 39 points.

'It was tight, together and terrific,' said Len, while Bruno called it 'fun and frolics in the tropics'.

Tight team: Team Yolo got it together after some rough rehearsals

Then the 'naughty kids' in Team Trouble did a high-school rebel-themed song to Taylor Swift's hit Trouble.

Team Trouble consisted of Chris and Witney,  Riker and Allison, Patti and Artem and Val and Rumer, who was the team leader.

'I'm definitely the weakest link,' said Chris, who vowed not to let the side down.

Group dance: Rumer lead Team Trouble as they competed against Team Yolo

'That was so cleverly put together,' said Bruno after the dance.

Len agreed.

'That was so much fun, I was smiling all the way though,' he enthused.

Team Trouble also received 39 points.

Next week is a double elimination after the public vote.

Lots of fun: Team Yolo with Kim, Nastia, Sharna and Willow used beach balls as props

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