Change continues to creep onto "Dancing with the Stars," as the show introduced its second new mandatory dance in as many weeks.
Jazz dancing came to the floor on Monday as couples chose between that, a jive or a quickstep for their dance of choice.
For country singer Kellie Pickler, choosing a jazz routine brought her to a tie with Disney star/early favorite Zendaya for top scorer of the night with a 26 out of 30.
But not all news from the dance floor was positive. Figure skater Dorothy Hamill dealt with a cyst on her spine that limited her practice ahead of Monday's jive. She struggled through her routine, earning a 15 from the judges.
And actor/comic D.L. Hughley bounced back a tad from last week's dreadful 12, but his Monday quickstep only earned a 16 and makes him a target for elimination tonight.
Watch the above video to hear from 11 of the teams following the show, then let us know below who you think should get the boot tonight.
I can't believe this show is still on. Why?
Love team Valdaya!! I think they're going to take it this year! :)
Team Vidalia rules. Plus they are great onions. Better than Bermuda onions.
watching dance reviews!!!!
We quit watching it when they voted off Bristol Palin. She is a great dancer.
Me too. She was the best dancer in the show's history. Plus she isn't a commie.
I think Hugeley should have gotten a higher score.
Me too. She was a dance machine.
I'm afraid DWTS has seen better days. The amount of talented possible dancers is getting less and less. Too many "has beens" with very little ability...Sorry
This show is just so fabulous. The girls in our shop love it.
Anybody but Derek and Gleb. Hotties is the only reason I watch this show.
Dancing with the Stars will always help and they are based in california
enough all ready with the Dancing & other dumbed down reality shows
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