Dancing with the Stars contestant Amber Rose and judge Julianne Hough buried the hatchet on Monday night's episode of the reality show, after the former apologised after her performance.
While giving her critique for Amber's sexy number with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy on last week's episode, Julianne had said that she "actually felt a little uncomfortable." Although Julianne was commenting on the dance itself, the curvy model took it to mean that the Grease Live star was body-shaming her.
Being an outspoken feminist and the proprietor of positive body image, Amber could not remain mute about the issue and brought it up during her podcast Loveline with Amber Rose last Wednesday, September 28.
"You know, all the beautiful professional dancers that are on Dancing with the Stars, I mean they dress very sexy and they do the splits and they grind up on these guys and they look absolutely stunning and they get a standing ovation... Me, and my body, my hips, my a**, my breasts made her uncomfortable," Amber said regarding Julianne's comments.
However, she went on the stage with "I'm just going to embrace my sexuality and not apologise for it" attitude on Monday and it definitely paid off. Julianne not only gave her great feedback and marks, but also addressed the issue, confirming that she was solely speaking about her dancing. "I'm here to solely judge you for the dancing. Let's move on," Julianne said.
Amber, who received a commendable 24 told reporters later, "Last week was really hard for me when she said that...how did my salsa make you that uncomfortable?...But she said it wasn't like that and it was just pertaining to my dance and I believe her....it's all positivity now."