In showbiz, there's always some kind of drama.
Take model and SlutWalk founder Amber Rose, who's speaking out against "Dancing With The Stars" judge Julianne Hough for alleged body-shaming.
Hough, on the other hand, says she's been framed by bad audio editing.
The trouble started with a choreographed salsa routine Rose and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy performed to Jennifer Lopez's hit "Booty." The moves were half-salsa, half-twerking, and Hough appeared to be appalled.
After Chmerkovskiy dipped Rose, the camera cut to Hough at the judges' table.
In a whisper, she mentioned feeling "uncomfortable."
On her talk show "Loveline," Rose addressed the moment.
Hough has since clarified that the audio in question was part of a produced media package, meaning her voice was edited over pre-existing footage instead of being recorded at the moment of the dip.
She chalks up the comment to a dance routine that she didn't feel had much chemistry.
But for Rose, the whole incident has been a chance to talk about the way reality television manipulates its participants.
She told listeners,
Chmerkovskiy, for his part, wrote that Rose "killed it" in their routine.
Here's hoping Hough has a word with her producer about the show's editing technique. Although, why even watch TV if there's no drama?