As the competition heated up in the ballroom during Monday night's performances, there was little room for error among the five remaining dancers.
On Tuesday evening's (May 14) elimination show, the two celebrity dancers who found themselves in jeopardy were Zendaya, who up until this week had wowed the judges with her moves, and soap star Ingo Rademacher.
Kicking off the semi-finals with a bang, the remaining five couples on “Dancing with the Stars: All Stars” performed two new dances in one night.
On Monday’s (November 19) episode, the dancing duos first had to mix unusual themes and styles together for a unique act, before later performing a more traditional ballroom number while paying tribute to Michael Jackson’s hit album, Bad.
Dancing their hearts out while showing appreciation for our past and present service men and women, the stars of "Dancing with the Stars: All Stars" rocked the ballroom in a special Veteran's Day themed episode.
For this evening's dances, each couple was responsible for performing a military-inspired performance as well as teaming up with one other person for a trio dance. So just who walked away with the highest scores?
Continuing to bring their A-game to the small screen competition program, the remaining nine couples on “Dancing with the Stars: All Stars” once again impressed on Monday night's (October 15) all-new episode.
During the course of the dancefloor action, each partnered pair had the tough task of performing a number picked by another competing couple while also being critiqued by a special guest judge, as Paula Abdul joined the panel of regulars.