Dancing With the Stars was all sorts of dramatic last night.
What with Zendaya finally scorning the season's first perfect 30 (albeit during the gimmicky trio round) and Derek Hough getting a tongue-lashing (and a 7!) from Len Goodman for his seemingly perfect paso doble with Kellie Pickler, it was hard to remember in the aftermath what went down among the rest of the field.
Let us refresh your memory: Aly Raisman was almost there, but not quite (her trio jive had so much potential for greatness, but fell short), Jacoby Jones was as much of a character as ever, Ingo Rademacher kept valiantly trying to make Peanut proud and Sean Lowe came out like a stampeding bull, raring to improve his lagging scores.
But in the end, the hips didn't lie--and neither did the numbers.
It was the end of the road for Sean and Peta Murgatroyd, who did not earn enough love from the voters to overcome being in last place at the end of Monday's performance show.