Viewers are dying to know if Kelly Monaco and Valentin Chmerkovskiy are dating.
Though both stars have remained tight-lipped on the matter, they did share a very intense kiss on the dance floor during Monday's live show of "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" and host Brooke Burke-Charvet even asked the soap opera star how it was to kiss her partner.
During Monday night's semi-finals, Monaco and Chmerkovskiy performed a surfer-inspired flamenco dance. The judges said their routine were more like a paso doble than a flamenco and they received a total of 25.5 out of 30, one of the lowest scores of the night. Monaco and her partner knew they had to step up their game with their second routine, which was to a Michael Jackson hit.
Host Tom Bergeron even warned viewers saying, "We saved the sexiest rumba for last. Kelly and Val's romantic tension has been building all season long. Will this night be a climactic event?"
Coming out full force, they performed to "I Just Can't Stop Loving You" and Chmerkovskiy said during rehearsals "It's week nine and I can't stop loving you Kelly." Their romantic dance ended with Chmerkovskiy and Monaco kissing and the crowd getting wild.
Judge Bruno Tonioli said "That was smoldering, driven by desire, consumed by lust. The chemistry between you two is literally cinching." Bergeron then asked Chmerkovskiy, "is it still cold in here?"
When they went to get their scores, Burke-Charvet asked Monaco "how was that kiss?" Shocked by the question, Monaco answered "A lady doesn't kiss and tell". However, the judges were impressed by the routine, lip-locking and all, and Monaco scored 28.5 out of 30.
Monaco won the first season of "DWTS." The elimination on Tuesday will determine which stars move on to the finals to compete one last time for the Mirror Ball trophy.
To see the full episode of Monday night's performances, including Monaco and Chmerkovskiy kissing, click here.