Stevie Wonder was an inspiration for some last night on "Dancing With the Stars." And, for others...
Well, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's music could only do so much.
For celebs like Kellie Pickler and Zendaya, Monday's performance show brought near-perfection, with Kellie's 29 just edging Zendaya's 29 in the prestige department because one of the country singer's 10s came from Len Goodman.
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Only Kellie and Derek Hough's quickstep was called the overall best dance of the season, but both they and Zendaya and Val Chmerkovksiy were safe on Tuesday's results show.
Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas, who scored a 27 on their foxtrot and were on the winning Team Samba, were also safe.
On to the less estimable scores...
Jacoby Jones was coming off an off-night in which he lumbered a bit through his quickstep, but he scored a spot on next week's Latin Night lineup all the same.
Ingo Rademacher, with an assist from his adorable little son Peanut, whom the viewers at home just can't get enough of, was also safe.
That left the perenially jeopardized Andy Dick and Victor Ortiz and, for the first time, Sean Lowe in the lower tier.
Andy was not in the bottom two when it came to vote-getting, however, leaving the boxer and the former Bachelor on the chopping block. And, by technical knockout, Victor was the one sent home.
"I had a blast," he said graciously. "So, at the end of the day, it was a heck of an experience and hopefully these beautiful people can follow me to my next world championship title belt, along with cast 16, ringside."
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