Charo is one of the most talked-about contestants on this season of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars." She is bringing the "cuchi-cuchi" back into America's households with her antics and personality.

However, all that glitters is not gold (or mirror ball trophies) for Charo this season. According to sources, the entertainment icon has several complaints about the show.

No love or 'cuchi-cuchi' for 'DWTS.'

The former “Love Boat” star has been towards the bottom of the leaderboard during her two weeks of competition. She escaped elimination last week while in the bottom two with SNL star Chris Kattan and pro-Witney Carson.

Needless to say, she is not happy. E! News is reporting that she is so upset that she actually wants to quit the show.

The popular entertainment network reported that she thinks she is being “treated and scored unfairly.” Their sources claim that she has even complained to producers, but they convinced her to stay on the show--for now.

However, her rep denies this, saying that she is happy to be a part of the show.

ABC also declined to comment on the issue.

Charo’s 'Dancing' adventures

Charo’s time onDWTS has been quite interesting. Her outspoken personality and crazy antics have made her a hot topic on social media. However, it was this week that she became this season's most controversial contestant.

After performing the 'paso doble' with professional partner Keo Motsepe, she was given constructive criticism from the judges. Instead of listening, she decided to talk back to the judges, saving most of her wrath for Bruno Tonioli. She complained about his accent and started yelling at him in Spanish. This caused co-host, Tom Bergeron, to intervene and send her backstage, where she continued her antics.

Needless to say, this did not sit well with viewers. Many people have taken to social media to complain about her antics, saying that she should be disqualified for being so disrespectful to Tonioli.

ABC has yet to make a comment on Charo’s behavior and if they plan on taking any disciplinary action.