'Dancing With The Stars': Opera Singer Katherine Jenkins Rules

Disney star Roshon Fegan also impresses during the second week of competition.

The famous folks stepped up their games on Monday night's "Dancing With the Stars," battling it out with the jive and the quickstep. The judges, however, weren't as kind as they were last week, which saw some of the highest scores ever for a season premiere.

Since there wasn't an elimination last week, Monday night's scores were combined with last week's, plus the fans' votes, to determine who gets the boot on Tuesday (March 27).

Here's how everyone fared:

Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas

They danced a casino-themed jive, and the judges thought that her performance was sexy. Judge Carrie Ann Inaba said she had "beautiful lines." "The blonde bombshell is unleashed," judge Bruno Tonioli said. "I know sexy when I see it and you've got it." 52/60

Roshon Fegan and Chelsie Hightower

The young Disney star who fancies hip-hop moves over ballroom dancing took on the quickstep. Head judge Len Goodman said, " It was young, it was fresh and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Good dancing!"49/60

William Levy and Cheryl Burke

The Latin heartthrob was tasked with dancing the quickstep, which he said he'd never heard of before. Judges found the performance to be just enough, which wasn't one of the better reviews. "It was good, not great," Goodman said, while the crowd, naturally, booed behind him. 49/60

Jaleel White and Kym Johnson

America's favorite former TV nerd didn't turn judges on as he did the week prior. He danced the jive, and judge Bruno Tonioli said that he enoyed it but thought that White lacked the flicks and the kicks. "It lacked real attack and speed," Len said of their jive. "There wasn't a crispness about it. It wasn't sharp," Inaba added. 48/60

Maria Menounos and Derek Hough

The TV journalist danced the quickstep, and the judges said her frame was spot-on — impressive, considering she was smarting from a rib injury. Goodman said it was "nearly perfection." 46/60

Sherri Shepherd and Val Chmerkovskiy

"The View" host took on the jive, and even though she missed a step or two, judges found her dance to be spirited and engaging. "I am in love with you," Inaba said. "That was a phenomenal routine." 46/60

Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd

The football superstar was assigned the quickstep and got perhaps one of the best compliments from the hard-to-please Goodman, who told him he thought the judges underscored him last week and that his performance was "up there with the best I've seen tonight." 45/60

Jack Wagner and Anna Trebunskaya

The duo danced a super-fast jive, which took them off-beat a few times. That said, the judges thought their moves were sharp and clean. Inaba said he over-danced it and it threw them off. "I liked your attitude. I liked your energy. You attacked the dance, and because of that, you lost a little bit of control. But you've done two dances, and I thought they were of acceptable standard to take you through to next week," Goodman said. 44/60

Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus

The R&B legend took on the quickstep and Tonioli liked it but cautioned that she needs to be mindful of her frame. "As much as I admire you, I didn't ... appreciate the dance tonight," Goodman said. 42/60

Gavin DeGraw and Karina Smirnoff

The pop singer didn't have the best performance of the night, with judges telling him that he messed up a number of his kicks and flicks in his Elvis-inspired jive. 41/60

Melissa Gilbert and Maks Chmerkovskiy

Gilbert, who danced to a Billy Idol song (she said earlier that she dated Idol in the 1980s), did the quickstep. Judges said they could sense when she was nervous because it reads on her face. "It started off really well for me. You had good posture and movement. As the dance went on, you lost a bit of energy and your posture went away. A tad hectic for me and a little bit loose," Goodman said. 40/60

Martina Navratilova and Tony Dovolani

The tennis star messed up pretty much from the beginning, and their score suffered because of it. "That was sad because I love your approach to the routine," Inaba said. 37/60

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