Dancing with the Stars: Model Joanna Krupa leads, Michael Irvin lags

Monday's "Dancing with the Stars" featured the fun jitterbug and the elegant waltz. The group dance was a competitive mambo where couples were "tapped out." Once a judge tapped a couple on the shoulder, that couple was forced to stop dancing. More points were added to those celebrities who danced the longest.

Two celebrities will be eliminated during Tuesday's results show. Judges' scores will be combined with viewers' votes and the three lowest scoring celebrities will be up for elimination. A final dance-off where the judges decide who stays will save one couple.

First out in the competitive mambo was football star Michael Irvin. He earned 2 points which brought him to a total of 22 for the day. Snowboarder Louie Vito earned three points which brought his total to 24. Actress Melissa Joan Hart got 4 points which gave her a total of 24. Singer Kelly Osbourne got 5 points for a total of 25. "Iron Chef America's" Mark Decascos had 6 points for a total of 32. Singer Donny Osmond's 7 brought his total to 31. Singer Aaron Carter's 8 points gave him 33. Singer Mya's 9 earned her a total of 33 and model Joanna Krupa's winning 10 points gave her a total of 36.

Here's a recap of the individual dances:

Model Joanna Krupa and partner Derek Hough earned 26 points for their waltz.

Bruno Toniolo, 9: "It was like watching a butterfly gently gliding over an alpine meadow."

Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "There was something really strange... You had hesitation a lot."

Len Goodman, 9: "Your footwork wasn't too brilliant... But what I loved (was) you went straight into the dance... It's the best waltz we've seen tonight."

"Iron Chef America" chairman Mark Decascos and partner Lacey Schwimmer did a jitterbug full of tricks including flips by Mark for 26 points.

Carrie Ann Inaba, 9: "I loved it."

Len Goodman, 9: "Sometimes less is more but not in the jitterbug...Great."

Bruno Toniolo, 8: "Truly spectacular."

Though he lost his footing a bit in the waltz, singer Aaron Carter and partner Karina Smirnoff earned 25 points.

Len Goodman, 9: "You danced with maturity. You had lovely posture. That's your best dance, and I'm proud of you."

Bruno Toniolo, 8: "The boy has become a gentleman."

Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "I love the new Aaron Carter you're bringing to the dance floor. It's dignified."

Singer Donny Osmond and partner Kym Johnson got 24 points for their jitterbug.

Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "You guys certainly know how to work a room... You had a few moments of being out of sync."

Len Goodman, 8: "There was a little stumble... really entertaining."

Bruno Toniolo, 8: "Always, always a great performer."

Singer Mya and partner Dmitry Chaplin scored 24 points for their jitterbug. The couple went for gimmicks in their routine. Mya dusted the judges' desk while Dmitry swept the dance floor before they started dancing. Len Goodman and Carrie Ann Inaba wanted to see more dancing, but Bruno thought the routine was fun and lively.

Len Goodman, 7: "You're such a good dancer it is not necessary to waste 20 bars polishing my desk."

Bruno Toniolo, 9: "Cleanliness is next to godliness... Your timing was incredible."

Carrie Ann Inaba, 8: "Slightly soft and muted."

Snowboarder Louie Vito and partner Chelsie Hightower received 21 points for their jitterbug that was full of athletic moves and tricks.

Len Goodman, 7:"Parts of that were fantastic."

Bruno Toniolo, 7: "You got all wacko which suits this dance but you lose the precision."

Carrie Ann Inaba, 7: "I loved this dance... But you dropped your partner like twice, brother."

Actress Melissa Joan Hart and partner Mark Ballas earned 20 points for their waltz.

Bruno Toniolo, 6: "It didn't look like you were dancing to me it looked like you were trying to remember what you were told."

Carrie Ann Inaba, 7: "It felt a little sticky... At times it just felt a little rigid."

Len Goodman, 7: "It had musicality... You had elegance throughout the dance... I think their critiques (Bruno and Carrie Ann's) are a little bit harsh."

NFL star Michael Irvin and partner Anna Demidova earned 20 points for their waltz. The dance divided the judges. Len was a huge fan calling it a gentle waltz while Bruno and Carrie Ann felt like Michael should be better in week six of the competition.

Bruno Toniolo, 6: "You looked like you were enjoying yourself... That was not really as good as it should be at this stage."

Carrie Ann Inaba, 6: "That waltz was so charming." She said she was faulting them for a lift and a stumble, though.

Len Goodman, 8: "It's amazing three people can watch a dance and two of them get it totally wrong... You had the best footwork of any waltz we've seen so far tonight."

Singer Kelly Osbourne and Louis Van Amstel earned 20 points for their jitterbug. The judges thought Kelly was being protective of her injured ankle which caused the dance to lack energy.

Carrie Ann Inaba, 7: "You have so much fun. You engage with the audience... Stay in the happy place."

Len Goodman, 6: "It was a little bit flat footed... It was like a blueberry muffin with no blueberries. It looked tasty but it disappointed."

Bruno Toniolo, 7: "It was cute. It was nice... You have to ignite the performance... Throw away any fear."

Last week, swimmer Natalie Coughlin and partner Alec Mazo left the show.

In week four, Chuck Liddell and partner Anna Trebunskaya were eliminated.

In week three, 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.