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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Karina Smirnoff Uncovers Her Valentine's Day Gift -- Under The Bed!

Feb. 14 2011, Published 2:10 p.m. ET

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It looks like Dancing With The Stars beauty Karina Smirnoff will just have to act surprised when she opens her Valentine’s Day gift—because she already found it!

“I found the gift he’s going to give me. So I already got it!” Karina excitedly revealed to RadarOnline.com exclusively at an event at Sweet E’s Bakery to promote her new cosmetic line with Girlactik.

And she swears the find was all by accident.

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“I’ve been looking for my shoes and I found some packages so I found out what it is which is amazing so I have to hustle!

“He knows I’m obsessed with YSL shoes right now so he got me the limited edition YSL pumps that I thought were probably not even available yet…so if they’re not for me I’m going to be really p***ed!” Karina laughed.

The professional ballroom dancer said "yes" when her pro baseball fiancé Brad Penny got down on one knee and proposed last November.

So is this pair of shoes perfect for her wedding day?

“They’re not white, but if they were white, absolutely!” she exclaimed. “But I can wear any shoes I want because the dress is going to be so long it’ll cover them up!”

Karina might be a shoe-in for gift-getting, but her fiancé is a different story: “I have no idea!” she said. “He’s a hard person to buy presents for. He likes his computer digital stuff like cameras so maybe I’ll get him an underwater camera because we love to dive and we actually broke a camera the other day.”

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