Actress Melissa Joan Hart and singer Mya are the point leaders, with 28 each, after Monday's "Dancing with the Stars." Snowboarder Louie Vito and NFL star Michael Irvin are at the bottom of the pack with 16 points each. Judges' scores will be added to viewers' votes to determine which celebrity will leave the show. The celebrity with the lowest combined point total will be eliminated on Tuesday's results show.
The fourth week of competition started with some new dances. Celebrities and their professional dance partners introduced viewers to the bolero, Charleston, two step and lambada. Lifts were allowed in these dances.
Here's a recap:
Singer Mya and partner Dmitry Chaplin earned 28 points for the final dance of the evening, their sexy lambada.
Bruno Toniolo, 10: "That was an erotic, exotic roller coaster. You would want to ride that over and over and over and over again."
Len Goodman, 8: "I never find your routines boring... You set your own standards... My expectations are really high. I felt that in the lambada I was going to get a bit more."
Carrie Ann Inaba, 10: "Mya's on fire... That was amazing."
Despite a trip to visit former "Dancing with the Stars" competitor and rodeo champion Ty Murray, snowboarder Louie Vito failed to find his inner cowboy. Louie and partner Chelsie Hightower only received 16 points for their attempt at the two step.
Len Goodman, 5: "It was just a series of walks and then you stopped and Chelsie did something."
Bruno Toniolo, 6: "For a two step it was slightly dazed and confused... Not enough."
Carrie Ann Inaba, 5: "There was a little bit too much shuffling going on."
NFL star Michael Irvin and partner Anna Demidova also earned 16 points for their bolero.
Carrie Ann Inaba, 5: "I definitely saw the romance developing this week... There wasn't enough dancing. It was like step, step, step, pose."
Len Goodman, 6: "It was slightly economic with the movement... The highest mark I've given you so far is a four. I can assure you that's going to go up a lot."
Bruno Toniolo, 5: "Your dancing is a little bit like the economy. Every week you're supposed to be getting better but nothing happens."
Singer Donny Osmond and partner Kym Johnson showed off Donny's entertaining personality in their Charleston which received 24 points.
Bruno Toniolo, 8: "This really shows a showman in his element."
Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "It was excellent because you played to your strengths."
Len Goodman, 8: "You looked good. You danced good, and watching you does you good."
Model Joanna Krupa and her shirtless partner Derek Hough earned 26 points for their raunchy lambada.
Bruno Toniolo, 9: "Bursting with sexual energy."
Len Goodman, 8: "I know what I want for tomorrow night's encore. I thoroughly enjoyed it."
Carrie Ann Inaba, 9: "I hope that the children were in bed." Host Tom Bergeron responded, "I bet some of the adults are now."
Singer Kelly Osbourne and Louis Van Amstel received 23 points for their Charleston.
Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "Watching you dance is like watching a little birdie get their wings and learn to fly. It is just wonderful."
Len Goodman, 7: "You came out with confidence, and you performed the dance... Very well done."
Bruno Toniolo, 8: "I loved the Fosse touches." Bob Fosse was a famous American choreographer who was nominated for an Academy Award four times, winning for his direction of "Cabaret."
"Iron Chef America" chairman Mark Decascos and partner Lacey Schwimmer earned 22 points for their two step.
Bruno Toniolo, 7: "You should have a roll in the hay more often... Great fun."
Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "The confidence is there. You're grounded. You're connected with Lacey."
Len Goodman, 7: "A little bit heavy in your footwork sometimes, but very good. Well done."
Singer Aaron Carter and partner Karina Smirnoff were criticized for not having enough "raunchiness" in their lambada. The couple earned 18 points for their efforts, but Aaron promised he wasn't going to cry this week. Last week, he shed a few tears after his rumba for which he earned 21 points.
Bruno Toniolo, 6: "You have to translate a feeling through you better... You have to put the foreplay in."
Len Goodman, 6: "It was a bit of a walk on the wild side... The lambada is a dance that I want to see raunchy."
Carrie Ann Inaba, 6: "You have to chill out... You're trying too hard."
Swimmer Natalie Coughlin and partner Alec Mazo earned 24 points for their bolero.
Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "I thought it was beautiful... I saw just a little bit more of a struggle in the movements."
Len Goodman, 8: "It had a most beautiful lyrical movement to it... Would have liked more romance between the two of you."
Bruno Toniolo, 8: "At times it was like watching Sharon Stone. Beautiful and dangerous."
Actress Melissa Joan Hart and partner Mark Ballas scored 28 points for their Charleston. Melissa received her first 10 of the season from Bruno Toniolo.
Carrie Ann Inaba, 9: "That is your dance... Fantastic."
Bruno Toniolo, 10: "You brought the 1920 Hollywood flapper back to life."
Len Goodman, 9: "The Charleston is all about the three Es: energy, excitement and entertainment. You checked all the boxes."
Ultimate fighter Chuck Liddell and partner Anna Trebunskaya scored 17 points for their two step.
Len Goodman, 5: "You bring entertainment to the show. You've gotta improve the quality of the dance."
Bruno Toniolo, 6: "You raided the two step."
Carrie Ann Inaba, 6: "You never let the dance beat you."
Last week, actress Debi Mazar and her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy and politician Tom Delay and his partner Cheryl Burke left the show.
In week two, model Kathy Ireland and her partner Tony Dovolani were eliminated. Guest judge Baz Luhrmann was on the panel in place of Len Goodman.
In week one, actor Ashley Hamilton with partner Edyta Sliwinska and singer Macy Gray with partner Jonathan Roberts were eliminated.