Last night was ladiesâ€™ night on Dancing with the Stars, following the menâ€™s night on Monday.
Debi Mazar, best known most recently for her Entourage tough-talking character, opened the night with a less-than-commanding salsa, earning just 22 points for whole night.
Melissa Joan Hart, an actress best known her role on TVâ€™s Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, performed the Viennese waltz with Mark Ballas, but she was a little stiff and awkward, and received a total of 24 points.
Mya, singer and Dmitri Chaplin got a standing ovation, for their Viennese waltz. Carrie Ann Inaba shouted, â€œWay to set the bar tonight!â€ But judge, Len Goodman said that the performance was â€œa theatrical hodge-podge.â€ Â Bruno Tonioli retorted, â€œthat was artistry in motion! Â The girl was magnificent! This is where the show takes off!â€Â The couple received a total of 31 points.
Kathy Ireland and Tony Dovolaniâ€™s salsa was judged â€œfar too carefulâ€ by Len. Â Bruno told the former swimsuit model and mother of three she didnâ€™t sell the dance. â€œSex, sex, sexâ€ is what the salsa is about, he said. 20 points was their total for the night.
Natalie Coughlin, Olympic swimmer and Alec Mazo made a splash with their salsa. Â Carrie Ann called her â€œa diamond in the rough,â€ but an agitated Len scolded the pair, saying the salsa lacked â€œsexy and steamy elementsâ€. The duo received a score of 27.
Macy Gray was a little stiff and has a difficult time bending for her Viennese waltz. Â Carrie Ann said she didnâ€™t like her technique, but liked her charm. Â Len said if he were watching at home sheâ€™d get his vote. Â She and partner Jonathan Roberts received a 19 for the evening, and she dropped the F bomb (on live TV) in the back room before receiving her scores.
Joanna Krupa, a model did a sexy salsa, which the judges loved and it earned her and partner Derek Hough a total of 34 points for the evening.
Kelly Osbourne danced a very elegant Viennese waltz and looked like a perfect lady, much to everyoneâ€™s surprise. Â It was impossible for her parents, Ozzie and Sharon, not to cry while watching her glide across the dance floor. Â The performance was the seasonâ€™s first moment to remember, and was appropriately rewarded with a score of 31 from the judges.
The women squared off in two groups of four for the dance relay at the end. Â Kathy, Joanna, Debi and Natalie hit the floor for the fox trot. Â Kelly, Macy, Melissa and Mya performed the second relay, a cha cha. Mya and Kelly received first and second place, and Melissaâ€™s performance earned her third place, leaving Macy in fourth.
On Wednesday nights show two contestants will be eliminated, one male and one female, on the live results show, which airs on ABC.