Celeb chef Rocco DiSpirito received the lowest scores last night on "Dancing with the Stars," and it looks like this could be his last tango.
Rocco and partner Karina Smirnoff earned a measly 18 for their tango, but Rocco remains optimistic, telling OK! mag, "I think we are immunized to scores. I don't remember the scores anymore." Hopefully, that mentality will make it easier for the smiling chef to pack up his bags -- if he is indeed the one to go during tonight's results show.
Crowd favorite Cloris Leachman did a rousing tango, exhibiting extraordinary flexibility for a grandmother of 82. Her partner Corky should be given a special Emmy for his efforts, which drew the evening's only standing ovation, but the evening clearly belonged to Brooke Burke and Derek Hough, whose tango was nearly perfect.
Former boy-bander Lance Bass and partner Lacey Schwimmer tied for first place with Brooke Burke and Derek Hough. Bass and Schwimmer swept the dance floor in goth Halloween garb for their tango to Rhianna's "Disturbia."
"Dancing with the Stars" will bring more styles into the mix. Four new dances will be introduced -- salsa, jitterbug, hustle, and West Coast swing.