'DWTS': Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber Defend Beyoncé Following Len Goodman's Shade (Exclusive)

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Too much Beyoncé? Never!

Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber are coming to the singer's defense, after judge Len Goodman seemingly shaded her during Monday's Dancing With the Stars premiere while critiquing the dance duo's first dance.

"The first thing [Ally did] when she came down [the stairs] was a traditional Cha Cha step," Sasha explained to ET's Keltie Knight. "So I'm like, 'What are we looking at here?' Beyoncé's in right now, right?"

"We love Beyoncé! Who doesn't love Beyoncé? Whatevs," added Ally. "Honestly, I had so much fun out there. Hearing the judges' reactions was, of course, tough, but that's OK. It's just notes to get better. I knew this was day one and I want to grow more and more from here."

Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber DWTS
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In case you missed it, when Ally and Sasha hit the dance floor for a Cha Cha set to Fifth Harmony's "Work From Home," they got some harsh criticism from Len for her "gyrating." In fact, he slammed the dance for having too much "Beyonce stuff" in it, but didn't exactly make it clear what he meant by that.

Naturally, Beyoncé fans took to Twitter to let Goodman know that no one messes with the Beyhive! See their reactions below:


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