So, who rocked Week 2, and who flopped? We bring you our picks for the best and worst of the week.
Best: Kellie Pickler & Derek Hough
Whether you loveDerek Hough or think it's unfair that he always gets natural talents likeKellie Pickler, there's no question that the man knows how to choreograph a great dance. This Jazz routine to “Lights” by Ellie Goulding showed off Kellie's artistry and cheerleader flexibility, creating a knockout performance that closed the night right.
Zendaya Coleman proved her dazzling Week 1 dance wasn't a fluke with this technically tight and creatively lively Jive to "This Head I Hold" by Electric Guest.
Honorable mention: Andy Dick & Sharna Burgess
Okay, this wasn't the third most technically sound dance by a long shot, but we want to call it out as the most entertaining of the night. Major props toSharna Burgess for her excellent choreography, and toAndy Dick for giving this show everything he's got.
Also of note: We'd listJacoby & Karina and Aly & Mark as honorable mentions, too, but this article is already getting long enough. They also did impressively well for Week 2. Jacoby, especially, really brought the entertainment factor. He continues to be the male contestant to beat this season.
Worst: Wynonna Judd & Tony Dovolani
This pains us to say because we adoreTony Dovolani, but it felt likeWynonna Judd was barely moving during this Quickstep to "Neutron Dance" by Pointer Sisters, and we think she was overscored. We understand she's a larger lady, but that never stopped Kirstie Alley or Sherri Shepherd from shakin' what their mamas gave them.
D.L. Hughley's Quickstep to "It Don't Mean a Thing" by Duke Ellington was definitely a huge improvement over last week (and he was underscored relative to some of the other competition), but he and Cheryl Burke still have a long way to go if they survive the elimination tonight.
Who were your favorite and least favorites of the night? Let us know in the comments below.
Find out who's eliminated tonight, Tuesday March 26, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter@BeccaDMartin.