The competitors on "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" performed two full routines Monday night, leading up to tonight's double elimination. The first, a combination of a new dance style to an offbeat theme, and the second, a tribute to Michael Jackson's album, "Bad."

Olympian Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough led the charge with a score of 59 out of 60 for the evening, performing to the Indian folk dance, Bhangra, with a "Knight Rider" theme. Judge Len Goodman exclaimed after their routine, “Shut up, close the door, call me Mary: I tell you: This dynamite was fantastic."


Guest judge Paula Abdul told "Extra's" Renee Bargh that Shawn and Derek were her top pick to make it to the finals next week. Abdul also commented on actress Kelly Monaco and partner Val Chmerkovskiy's Flamenco strip down. "That was pretty hot!"



Former NFL star Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke were tied with Kelly and Val for the lowest scores of the night, 54 out of 60. Find out which three couples are still in the race for the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy, Tuesday night on ABC.

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