For the fourth week of this season of "Dancing With the Stars," the celebrities rocked it out.
Glam rock-star style was everywhere — bedazzled outfits, eyeliner galore, tight leather and familiar rock tunes were all over the ballroom on Monday night's telecast.
The night's top scorer was NFL superstar Donald Driver, who danced away with 27 points out of 30, impressing judges with his shirtless dance routine.
Here's how the others fared during Rock Week:
Sherri Shepherd and Val Chmerkovskiy The TV talk-show co-host did the tango. Judges thought that despite a few issues with her feet, she did a decent job. Judge Bruno Tonioli said she needed to be sharper, and Carrie Ann Inaba told her, "It was good, but I think what was lacking was your normal exuberance."
Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas Normally, the opera singer hangs right at the top of the leader board.
This week, judges thought that her paso doble was unrefined. Head judge Len Goodman said that her performance "failed to deliver."
Tonioli said she was missing definition but that she set loose "a whirlwind of fury." 24/30
Jaleel White and Kym Johnson
The actor danced the tango to the Rolling Stones hit "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," and he failed to impress judges as he did the first week. Goodman said that White needed to attack the dance more. Inaba said it was "funky and weird." 22/30
Melissa Gilbert and Maks Chmerkovskiy Her score didn't reflect it, but judges liked her bad-girl take with her paso doble routine. Tonioli said her sexy pose was "hot-blooded,"
and Inaba said it was her best showing yet. She apparently slipped at one point during the dance — the TV audience didn't notice — but before the end of the show, host Tom Bergeron announced that she had injured herself and was taken to the hospital.
Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd Driver was the dancing king of the night. The wide receiver's paso doble was soundtracked to Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze," and judges found it to be sexy (he danced shirtless) and raunchy — all good things. 27/30
Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus The soul legend danced to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," and judges were less than impressed. She landed in the bottom of the leader board for her tango. Judges said that it didn't quite come together for her, but Inaba said that it was "by far your most ambitious routine."
William Levy and Cheryl Burke
Judges didn't care too much for the hot Latin actor's jive, but their disdain could barely be heard over the audience screams. Inaba told him he needed to work on staying focused, but added, "You have something special." 22/30
Roshon Fegan and Chelsie Hightower The Disney star impressed judges with his Viennese waltz, and Inaba said that it was "cute, like watching the climax of a Disney movie."
Maria Menounos and Derek Hough
The TV journalist danced through the pain — she has stress fractures in her feet, and said in her rehearsal segment, "My feet have been killing me and I'm afraid something's really wrong" — but she tangoed anyway, and judges loved what they saw. Inaba applauded the chemistry the two have together. 26/30
Gavin DeGraw and Karina Smirnoff
The pop singer rounded out the last of the celebrity routines, dancing the tango, and once again, judges didn't care too much for what he turned in. Tonioli said it was "a little messy in the corner."
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