02:07 PM EDT 06/01/2015
Originally posted 04/14/2015 10:20AM
The host and her glam squad share all the exclusive details behind her gorgeous fashion (and beauty!) moment
Originally posted 04/14/2015 12:55AM
While an obvious plug to the show's parent company, Disney Night made for some of the most inventive routines yet – not to mention some of the most creative costumes yet (Prince Farming in a skirt! Rumer Willis in full-on purple body paint!).
Paying homage to Disney favorites both new and old, the stars channeled their favorite characters while animated support "joined them," appearing on-screen at home. A cute idea in theory, it usually just took attention away from the performance or was so fleeting it was easy to be forgotten.
The night got a slow start, but the final three stars of the night – Rumer, Riker Lynch and Nastia Liukin – hit the ballroom floor with sets to remember. Elsewhere, opener Suzanne Somers and Robert Herjavec, uh, Floundered.
Read on for the highlights of Dancing with the Stars' Disney Night.
Originally posted 04/13/2015 04:40PM
"It's been weird in the past," Derek Hough admitted to PEOPLE. "I started dancing because I wanted to be around girls. My parents were like, 'Why don't you dance with your sister?' I was like, 'No, you're defeating the entire purpose of why I'm dancing!' "
Originally posted 04/07/2015 06:50PM
See the star's pastel mane transformation
Originally posted 04/07/2015 11:30AM
"Life is short and if you find a dress that looks fabulous, I say just wear it!"
Originally posted 04/06/2015 11:00PM
Routines themed around the Stars' most memorable years made for good video packages but not-so-inspired dances. I mean, how do you adequately pay homage to an IED attack?
Judge Len Goodman certainly wasn't in the mood for sob stories: the ol' boy was grumpy all night and didn't seem to like anybody, least of all Rumer Willis, who performed a brilliant waltz as a snub to all her early haters.
Then again, anybody can have a bad night in the ballroom. Witness: Michael Sam and Riker Lynch, who both found themselves in jeopardy by the end of Monday's episode.
Before you learn the guys' fate, check out a sampling of the performances from a night of memories (as well as a few moments we'd love to forget).
Originally posted 04/03/2015 11:00AM
From Nutella pizza to spaghetti bolognese, these are the stars that are making us hungry
EXCERPT: Derek Hough Admits It Used to Be 'Super Awkward' to Dance with Julianne in PEOPLE's 10 Years of Dancing with the Stars
Originally posted 04/03/2015 08:30AM
When Derek Hough was young, he started dancing for the same reason many boys do anything at all: to get girls.
As the DWTS pro reveals in PEOPLE's 10 Years of Dancing with the Stars Collector's Edition – available in stores, online or by download – that initial motivation to dance definitely made it "super awkward" for him to dance with his sister, Julianne.
In the following excerpt from 10 Years of Dancing with the Stars, read on to find out how Derek and Julianne moved past the awkwardness and how the super competitive brother-sister duo made it up as they went along on DWTS's very first season 10 long years ago.
Originally posted 03/30/2015 04:00PM
In an exclusive preview of an upcoming episode of Spike's Lip Sync Battle, the siblings make some unexpected – and blush-inducing – choices as they show off their triple-threat talents.
Originally posted 03/24/2015 01:55PM
Get all the inside scoop (including puppy cameos) from the star's weekly blog
Top 10 News Categories
The most buzzed about stars this minute!
Top 5 Most Voted Stories
Scott Disick Cozies up to Another Woman in France While Kourtney Kardashian Minds the Kids Back Home
Ben Affleck's Mad Men Mentality Caused Problems in Marriage: Source
Woman Shot Dead in Front of Her Family in Random Attack on San Francisco Pier: 'Dad, Help me! Help me!'
Kelly Rutherford Finally Reunites With Her Kids in New York City
Ben Affleck Is Leaning on His Mom for Support After Jennifer Garner Split
Treat Yourself! 4 Preview Issues
More On PEOPLE.com
Got a News Tip?
Send it to our People.com editors!