I'm well aware that [dancing's] the thing I'm worst at and to get out there and do it in probably the most public forum is a personal victory. You have a full band and everything just seems so grandiose that it can take you away from what you're there to do, which is to have fun and dance and be crappy for entertainment's sake!Even though I know I'm not a very good dancer, I still want to do well. But I can come away from it, saying this honestly to myself, that I don't think I was the worst dancer of the night.

If that was too hot for TV, what about the Tango, or Pasodoble?

“The network asked them to tone down the sexual undertones,” a network source told gossip site Radar Online “They know there is a spark there — everyone is talking about their amazing chemistry.”Schwimmer, 22, is a dancing veteran who actually grew up in the Mormon Church, and competed in the 1995 U. Open Swing Dance Championships at the age of seven.

She is the younger sister of Benji Schwimmer, winner of the second season of So You Think You Can Dance. Schwimmer has been training and dancing competitively since a young age. At age ten, she and partner Blace Thompson placed 1st in the Young America Division at the 1998 U. After her selection to the top 20 finalists, Schwimmer was paired with contemporary/hip hop dancer, Kameron Bink.

At age seven, she and partner Brian Cordoba danced in the 1995 U. The two danced together for five weeks successfully, with judges praising their chemistry and the ease with which they danced together; they were the only couple never in danger of elimination.

"I know I'm not going to be the world's best dancer, but I'll just use it for fuel this week in rehearsal and try to be a lot better and blow their socks off on Monday.

I'm probably not capable of doing that, but it's a good way of keeping me motivated." Still, the I was obviously disappointed. Once you get past the overwhelming nature of the show, you just have fun with it.For all their effort, the pair only scored a 13 out of 40 for their opening dance of season 12.The judges obviously felt they were a little too over the top.A.-based KROQ disc jockey, who earned the lowest scores in the first two weeks of competition, may not be walking away with a newly instilled passion for the ballroom, he’s not exactly leaving empty handed, either.“I’ll take away a friend,” Catherwood said says of Schwimmer.So watch out for the next show, which airs at 9 p.m. Before that, he was editor-in-chief of Billboard magazine and a reporter for the Washington Post among other media positions.