Is it hot in here, or is it just us?
Dancing With the Stars pro Peta Murgatroyd and her fiance, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, recently showed off their insane chemistry on the dance floor during a vacay to St. Maartin. In a steamy video, a shirtless Maksim hugs Peta tight, as the two end up smooching after sharing a sexy dance.
"St Maartin lovin ❤️ #kissinwithalilmerengue," Peta captioned the video on Instagram.
"My favorite kind of #Merengue ;)" Maksim also Instagrammed.
The attractive pair appears to have taken some time off over the Easter weekend, with Maksim posting a pic of himself and a makeup-free Peta standing by their luggage on Friday.
"My favorite travel buddy," Maksim sweetly wrote.
Peta, 29, and Maks, 36, got engaged last December, when he proposed while onstage for a performance of Sway: A Dance Trilogy in Miami, Florida.
"I couldn't see myself with anybody else," Peta told ET exclusively in December of her fiance at the Children's Miracle Network Winter Wonderland Ball in Hollywood, California. "He's the love of my life."
"Honestly, it's long overdue," Maksim's brother, fellow DWTS pro Val Chmerkovskiy, also told ET in December. "We love Peta -- all jokes aside. I love her honestly with all my heart. She's been a part of the family for a long time. I'm just glad that now it's official."
On this season of DWTS, Peta is dancing with America's Next Top Model season 22 winner, Nyle DiMarco. DiMarco is the second-ever deaf contestant -- following actress Marlee Matlin -- to ever compete on the hit ABC show.
"I've never trained with a deaf person before, so it's a whole new ball game for me," Peta told ET exclusively at the 2016 Kids' Choice Awards earlier this month. "Being a teacher, I have to really find out different teaching methods to be able to overcome this, and so far we're going really well."
"He's just so visually aware," she also gushed when we caught up with the partners at Planet Hollywood in New York City. "Probably doubly as visually aware as anyone else because he doesn't have hearing. He picks up the steps very quickly, and it's very surprising. At first I was really nervous, too. I didn't know how it was going to go. I wanted to be clear, I wanted to make sure that I could be the best teacher possible."
Clearly, she had nothing to worry about. The two absolutely killed it during DWTS' season 22 premiere last Monday, tying for the highest score of the night with an amazing cha-cha.