EXCLUSIVE: Babyface Ready to Move Past Ryan Lochte Protesters Incident on 'Dancing With the Stars'

Raphael Chestang

ET stopped by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds' Dancing With the Stars rehearsal on Wednesday as he prepared for Monday's live show, which will hopefully be incident-free.

The singer-songwriter and his pro partner, Allison Holker, tied for third with their first dance of the season, but the focus of the night was on the two men who rushed the stage following Ryan Lochte's performance.

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Edmonds addressed the issue of whether the show will add more security in the wake of the dramatic interruption.

"I guess there could be," he told ET. "I don't know if it's going to keep happening. I think their point was made, so let's get off it and move on."

The GRAMMY winner has already moved on to his next dance -- the tango.

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"I got to think about it and dream about it," he said, explaining how much work actually goes into perfecting the choreographed steps.

Holker joked that the music icon might have to shed his trademark cool demeanor to capture the true essence of the tango in their quest for the mirror ball trophy.

"You got to work for it," Holker said. "I'm thinking you might not be Babyface. You might be stank face."

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"I like that!" Edmonds said. "We'll go with that."

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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