EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Arnold Opens Up About Her 'Toot Heard Around the World' on 'DWTS' -- Watch!

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Dancing can bring a lot of things out of you: expression, feelings, and, well... farts.
ET caught up with Dancing With the Stars pro Lindsay Arnold at the Race to Erase MS Gala in Beverly Hills, California, on Friday, where she recounted the embarrassing moment in which she accidentally passed gas in David Ross' face -- and mic -- while the two were rehearsing a full body spin.
"I've done so many things, But this toot is, like, really being heard around the world. It's so funny," the 23-year-old dancer said with a laugh. "If you Google 'Lindsay Arnold,' unfortunately, that video is the first thing that pops up."
"So hey, my parents have gotta be really proud of me at this moment in time!" she jokingly added.
Hey, Lindsay -- don't feel too bad. It's one of the most natural processes the human body has! You can hear the toot, and Arnold's adorable explanation, in the video above.
But, like gas, this moment too shall pass, as Arnold gears up to go for the mirror ball trophy with her professional baseball player dance partner.
"We have two dances this week, so it's all out and, honestly, it just gets harder every single week, but our strategy... has been to enjoy ourselves because we do recognize that we are not the strongest dancing couple left in the competition," she explained. "But I think the reason why people are voting to keep David and I in is because they love to watch our connection, and they love to watch him perform."
"So we're just trying to remember, yes, take it seriously, but also enjoy yourself because at the end of the day, this could end at any moment and we want to make the most of our last weeks together," Arnold shared.
That's a good way to approach it!
Meanwhile, Arnold also talked about husband Sam Cusick, revealing that their couples' origin story has a little "toot cute" of its own!
"Two weeks in [to dating], I was like, 'Babe, [farting] is gonna happen, how do you feel about that?'" she said. "And he was like, 'Of course, I love you.' And ever since then, I've never had to feel like I had to alter who I was or apologize for anything."
"That's what made me know," she added. "Because I feel completely comfortable around him."
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why there are no T's, M's or I's in "love."
Watch the video below to hear why Ross feels "pressure" being the first MLB player on DWTS.