Oliver Hudson is adding some spice to the dance floor.
On Tuesday's episode of Splitting Up Together, titled "Street Meat," Hudson shows off his sexy dance moves and only ET has the exclusive sneak peek at the 41-year-old actor's slick steps.
In the clip, Hudson's Martin -- ex-husband to Jenna Fischer's Lena, whom he still lives with -- wows his private dance instructor, Charlotte (Kelsey Asbille), after the duo complete a steamy routine complete with dips, grinds and grooves.
"You sir, are a dancer," Charlotte says, giving him her stamp of approval.
"Yeah?" Martin asks with a smile on his face, as if he just won the lottery.
Then, as the twosome catch their breath during a water break, Martin opens up about why conquering these dance lessons means more to him than he originally expected.
"It's funny, when we first started lessons, I actually thought something different. When we first started, I thought I was just doing this to prove something to myself. But then, after spending all these past few weeks with you, I realized that I'm not doing this for me. I'm doing it for her," Martin says in a moment of revelation. But don't think we didn't see Charlotte's bummed expression.
So is Martin beginning to regret how he handled his marriage to Lena? Watch the exclusive clip above.
In January, Fischer previewed Splitting Up Together at the winter Television Critics Association press tour, explaining why it took her several years after the end of The Office to sign on for another comedy series.
"There was just something about this script that spoke to me. I really relate to the character. That's kind of what I look for in a project, is do I see myself in this person that I have the possibility to play? I'm a wife and a mother now, and I feel like I'm going to get to express this whole other part of my personality, the part of my personality that likes to make lists and anticipate things a week in advance and who likes to be in control of things. These are all aspects of the character that I related to and that I was excited to kind of dig into," Fischer told reporters. "While it's a show about two people who are divorced, I don't think you have to be divorced, or to have experienced divorce, in order to relate to the show."