DWTS: Which Celeb Threw His Partner a Little Too Much?

DWTS: Which Celeb Threw His Partner a Little Too Much?
Witney Carson and Michael Waltrip
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10/13/2014 AT 10:30 PM EDT

No one got eliminated Monday on Dancing with the Stars but there were lots of new – and hazardous! – moves going on under the mirror ball.

"Bang Bang" singer Jessie J had the unenviable task of guest judging on a night that involved switch-ups among the duos – and not everybody got the partner they deserved. (Tough luck, Michael Waltrip!)

Here's how everyone scored:

Antonio Sabato Jr. and Allison Holker. It was hard for the soap star to keep up with the well-toned pro while doing Bollywood – but hanging above the floor via a cable was a big crowd pleaser! "I felt there was a disconnect in the chemistry with the partner," said judge Julianne Hough. "That princess is very tough to catch," added judge Bruno Tonioli. Score: 28



Bethany Mota and Mark Ballas. The YouTube star had no trouble mirroring Ballas in his ballroom version of hip-hop. "I did not expect you to be that loose," said judge Carrie Ann Inaba. "I thought it was fantastic." Score: 32

Jonathan Bennett and Peta Murgatroyd. The pro spent most of the number in the air as the Mean Girls actor threw her a little too much in the jitterbug. "So much of it was wrong," said Inaba. "So many mis-grabs." "I feel like you wanted it to be better than it was," added Jessie J. Score: 24

Alfonso Ribeiro and Cheryl Burke. The actor was pretty brilliant doing the flamenco with his equally brilliant partner/choreographer. "The first partnership that I believed tonight!" said Hough. Score: 34

Janel Parrish and Artem Chigvintsev. A lot of hair-flipping and naughty crotch shots went into her burlesque number that, nevertheless, won the crowd. "There's no denying that was extremely sexy," said Hough. "But that was not burlesque." Score: 33



Michael Waltrip and Witney Carson. The race car driver rocked an interesting 'stache while doing only a little bit of disco. "We want to see more dancing," said Inaba. "It wasn't amazing but it was consistent," said Jessie J. Score: 20

Tommy Chong and Emma Slater. The original stoner stayed bug-eyed through most of the mambo but he's so adorable to watch, it's hard to notice what steps he may have missed. "You were so relaxed!" said Jessie J. "I feel like we have seen everything. You are running out of material," said Hough, the killjoy. Score: 23

Sadie Robertson and Derek Hough. It wasn't the best song for the Charleston but Robertson ruled with Hough's speedy choreography. "It was really clean," said Jessie J. Score: 36

Lea Thompson and Val Chmerkovskiy. Lots of "old people" with walkers surrounded Thompson in an elaborate Broadway number that seemed to make the actress nervous at times. "I felt like this was the first time you were a little unsure," said Hough. "It was way wackadoodle, but I actually loved it," said Inaba. Score: 34

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