Good job - I especially like the duckout/spin sequence that starts at 3:37. I think you interpreted the music well and your flow fit with the mood of the song superbly.
As for being a seductress, being cheeky is not necessarily about being overtly sexy; it's about showing sass and spunk and a fun attitude in your hooping. It's about showing a confidence that can come across as playful or perky or sassy or yes, even sexy. I think you were plenty cheeky in this one. :)
I understand completely. I have to walk carefully in this area too. Because I minister in dance in my church occasionally, I don't want to include any movements in a praise or worship dance that would be considered inappropriate to that setting.
At the same time, some of the songs I hoop to lend themselves to sassier dance moves. I'm learning to find that balance. So far, I've only had one complaint about the way I dance in church, and it wasn't lodged with me but with my pastors, who defended me. The complainer is no longer there, and I am. Not gloating, just saying God knows my motives and took care of the situation.
There's a difference between interpreting the feel of a song and dancing seductively for the sake of being seductive; it's about your intention. What I got from your video was song interpretation, not an attempt to seduce anyone. I think you did fine.