When the seemingly disparate worlds of Game of Thrones and Dancing With the Stars collide, it's your duty as a TV-loving American to react with unrestrained joy. The theme of Monday's episode, after all, was "TV Night." For Amber Rose and dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, this presented the perfect opportunity to Thrones it up with a seemingly difficult waltz.
The duo, who dressed up as Thrones favs Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo for the waltz, got praise from the DWTS judges for stepping up their game. However, they were still hit with a semi-disappointing final score of 24/40. "I could see the effort," judge Bruno Tonioli told Rose and Chmerkovskiy following their performance. Fair enough.
Rose is also busy as the new host of Loveline, the iconic relationship chat show that was revived this year as a weekly podcast. During the most recent episode co-hosted by Dr. Chris Donaghue, Rose and BFF Blac Chyna kept it very 100 about everything from Pamela Anderson's anti-porn essay to Rob Kardashian's apparent dislike of sex toys.
Speaking with Harper's Bazaar in August, Rose detailed her path to multi-platform success and the overall message of empowerment behind her growing career. "It really sucked and it was a very hard time in my life," Rose said of her introduction to fame. "Now I still see those things but I'm completely over it. I threw negativity out the window and just live my life for me and my baby. Hopefully I inspire women to do the same in life, with whatever makes them happy."
In a just and rewarding world, this latest Dancing With the Stars move would quickly result in an announcement from HBO that Amber Rose was joining the cast of Game of Thrones for its final seasons.