Six contestants remain on Dancing With the Stars and two will be sent home Tuesday. The rankings flip-flopped from last week with Roshon Fegan jumping to second place Monday and Maria Menounos falling second to last.
Fegan, 20 and his partner Chelsie Hightower made a huge comeback with their foxtrot and received their highest score of the competition so far with a total of 56/60. Judge Len Goodman joked their performance was, "Like two little dancing munchkins." Bruno Tonioli added, "What you've done in a week is incredible. Your hold was superb. Your lines, I've never seen them so clean."
After receiving the first perfect score of the season last week, Menounos, 33, slipped on the leaderboard. The Extra host's Viennese Waltz with partner Derek Hough "disappointed" Goodman, who said, "I would have liked a little more dancing." And he felt the same about their Bollywood-themed trio performance, saying, "There was no connection with me for the Samba."
Menounos ended up in the bottom two earning a total of 53/60. Melissa Gilbert, 47, came in last with her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy earning a total of 51/60. However, the judges called Gilbert's performance her "best dance ever."
William Levy and his partner Cheryl Burke received their first perfect score of the season, which helped push them into first place with a total of 57/60. Fegan was second with 56/60 and Donald Driver and Katherine Jenkins tied for third with 55/60. Menounos followed with 53/60 and Gilbert was last with 51/60.
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