Season 16 of ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" continued last night with judge Len Goodman's side-by-side challenge. The remaining dancers had to pair up with some returning pros such as Maks Chmerkovskiy, Tristan MacManus, Tony Dovolani, Chelsie Hightower and Anna Trebunskaya. Which stars stood up to the challenge Monday night and which failed? Keep reading to find out if comedians D.L. Hughley and Andy Dick were able to save themselves with improved performances. Also, who got near perfect scores Monday night? Was it Zendaya, Kellie Pickler, or Aly Raisman?
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In Monday night's performances each "DWTS" dance team is paired up with a couple pro dancers. The first part of the dance is performed by the pros, then the "DWTS" dance pair comes in and must match the moves of the pros before finishing off the dance themselves.
Ingo Rademacher and his partner Kym Johnson started off the night performing the Cha Cha Cha. Unfortunately it wasn't Ingo's strongest performance of the season, scoring a 21 from the judges. Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff were up next performing the Jive alongside Maks and Anna. Jacoby continues to impress the judges, scoring a 26.
Boxer Victor Ortiz and Lindsay Arnold needed a strong performance going into Tuesday night's voting results show. Victor and Lindsay score a 21 performing the Viennese Waltz. One of the strongest performers this season so far Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas performed the Samba with one of the best performances from Monday night. Aly and Mark scored a 25.
"The Bachelor" Sean Lowe and Peta Murgatroyd perfromed the Quickstep and Sean had arguably his best performance of season 16 so far scoring a 24 from the judges. The season 16 front runner Kellie Pickler and her partner Derek Hough performed the Foxtrot and came out with a 27 once again cementing their statuses as front runners.
Comedians D.L. Hughley and Andy Dick, who are probably the worst dancers left on the show both received a score of 18 from the judges, putting them in serious jeopardy to be eliminated on Tuesday night's results show. Meanwhile, Disney star Zendaya continues to amaze everyone with her dancing skills getting the first "10's" of season 16 and nearly getting a perfect score with a 29 from the judges.
Going into Tuesday night's results show which will feature performances from Selena Gomez (performing her new single "Come and Get It") and The Band Perry, there are three dancers who are in the most danger of being voted off. D.L. Hughley, Andy Dick, and Victor Ortiz are clearly the bottom three dancers. D.L. and Andy are the worst dancers by far, but Victor has been in the bottom two vote getters twice already this season. Who do you think will be going home Tuesday night?