Look out, Len Goodman!

Dancing With the Stars judge Bruno Tonioli is writing his own book, and he's expected to say what he really thinks of his fellow judges. Len may take his "10" paddle to Bruno's bum if he doesn't like what he reads.

Apparently, Bruno got worried when his buddy Simon Cowell's life story was played out in an unauthorized biography. So, an insider told The Sun, "Bruno wants to tell his own story his way.”

And anyone who watches Bruno on DWTS every Monday night knows Bruno's way will likely involve a lot of sexual innuendo, hip shaking, and random animal references. On a more serious note, Bruno is also expected to write about how he was bullied for being gay while growing up in Ferrara, Italy. Since Bruno is a dancer himself, his book should also cover the times he worked with stars like Elton John, Tina Turner and The Rolling Stones. It's probably going to be juicy — we hope so anyway!

Speaking of Bruno and Len, it sounds like they are asking for more money to gyrate and infuriate celebs on Strictly Come Dancing, the British version of DWTS. What can we say? They’re worth every penny in our eyes.

Watch the next new episode of DWTS on Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

Sources: The Sun (via @DWTSGossip)

Gina Carbone is a contributing writer at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @ginacarbone.

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