Tied for the top of the night's leaderboard with Riker.
Did they go too far?
Noah's Argentine Tango was pretty great, too.
Big scores from the judges -- except for one.
Len calls it the best dance he's seen this season so far.
Injuries won't slow her down.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 3.
Rumer kicks the competition into high gear.
Her Salsa routine to 50 Cent's hip-hop hit.
The top-scoring dance of Week 2.
Her improvement is recognized by the judges.
New hair, new dance, no problem.
She gets back early from Basic Training.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 2.
She and Tony kick off their season '80s style.
The top score of the season premiere.
The military vet blows everyone away.
Not bad for a guy who says he can't dance.
Their early struggles hurt their scores.
Willow Shields is off to a solid start with her Cha Cha.
The Shark brings it on the dance floor.
High marks for energy, but a few comments on grace.
The judges want to see more hip action.
Solid scores for the soul legend.
See who called his butt "a work of art."
Great scores for the first night.
Meet the team behind Bruno Tonioli's fierce lexicon!
The man behind Bruno's fabulous phraseology has a big on-air slip-up.
A routine inspired by iconic Nintendo characters.
Spoiler: See which star took home the Mirrorball Trophy.
Their Cha Cha-Argentine Tango earns a 40 from the judges.
A hip-hop parody you can dance to.
Her Foxtrot-Paso Doble nets a Perfect 40.
Their Samba-Quickstep caps their season on a high note.
It’s a little more R-Rated than the full show.
Performing "All About That Bass" and "Lips Are Movin."
Performing "Go All Night" with Gorgon City.
From old school to new school, it's all in here.
A love story expressed through dance.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home during Part 1 of the Finals.
See the daring maneuvers and dangerous dips.
How do you improve on a 36 out of 40? Perfection.
Did they improve their Samba this time around?
They add a point this time for a 38 out of 40.
They get straight 9s this time around.
Her family discusses the remarkable poise of this 17-year-old.
An unorthodox prop makes for a memorable performance.
This Pretty Little Liar has come a long way.
They reel in 40 points for a heated, passionate routine.
From commercials with Michael Jackson to the finals of DWTS.
A near-perfect performance.
Her upbringing, her Internet stardom, and how she made it this far.
The moves and the emotions earned them a 40 out of 40.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 10.
His America's Choice Foxtrot is a hit with the judges, too.
He and Witney join with Lindsay to bring down the house.
See what she was worried about before the judges weighed in.
The sexy stewardess routine is a crowd-pleaser.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 9.
Val and Keo help her amp up the energy.
You can't contain that ferocity in any outfit.
Your request: a kiss.
Her Adam & Eve routine is the apple of the judges' eyes.
She and Val romance the judges with Romeo & Juliet.
No 'splaining to do for their 37 out of 40.
See who danced the better Cha Cha.
See who danced the better Jive.
See who danced the better Rumba.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 8.
He and Witney Salsa to the night's best score.
Watch the pros and celebs get startled and shocked.
Their dark dance nets a 39 out of 40.
The judges liked the concept but felt the dance lacked content.
The judges loved their proper Rumba technique.
See the spooky group dance that earned top honors.
Watch their inventive Halloween performance.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 7.
Was it too inappropriate?
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 6.
Tommy hallucinates a conversation with Cloris Leachman.
Mr. Worldwide, live in the DWTS Ballroom.
They get high scores despite a little slip-up.
He and Emma's best dance yet.
See what he messed up when things got tense.
POW! He and Witney pull a 38 out of 40.
The judges give straight 9s on her Charleston.
Time for some target practice.
The ladies dish on their pro partners' most annoying moves.
They receive two 9s from the judges.
Val and Lea don't take too kindly to it.
She and Artem make the ballroom blush.
They become new (elderly) characters for their Broadway dance.
A great Jazz routine, and at long last: The Carlton.
The judges quack with joy.
Spoiler: See which star was sent home in Week 4.
Can you blame her for liking the shirtless Chmerkovskiy?
Her Contemporary routine for her father.
Truly inspirational... but Julianne has some notes.
A 36 out of 40 in honor of her late coach.
He reminds Erin: He's been in jail.