"Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" sent people in a shock with its latest results. On Tuesday, October 30, the show eliminated Sabrina Bryan and her partner Louis Van Amstel despite the fact that their country-themed rumba in the sixth week earned a perfect score of 30 from judges.
"Every single person can understand what it feels like to get a second chance at something and this was my second chance," the former Disney star said of being invited back to the dancing competition. She added, "Louis, I'm so grateful for you. I'm grateful for this experience and 'Dancing with the Stars' honestly has been just an absolute dream."
Also in jeopardy that night was Apolo Anton Ohno, who also got perfect score on Monday performance show. When scores from last week's and this week's dances were combined, Sabrina and Apolo claimed the top 2 spots on the leaderboard.
Kelly Monaco, whose total score was the lowest among other contestants, wasn't even in danger of being sent packing. "Of course we thought we might be going home," the soap opera star told host Brooke Burke. Her partner Val Chmerkovskiy chimed in, "I had already packed my bags."
Taking the stage as musical performers on the result show were country music beauty Taylor Swift and alternative rock singer Jason Mraz. The former sang her hit song "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together", while the latter performed "I Won't Give Up".
Next week, Apolo, Kelly, Gilles Marini, Melissa Rycroft, Emmitt Smith, Shawn Johnson and Kirstie Alley will return with "fusion" performances on Monday. Shawn will be partnered with Mark Ballas since her original partner Derek Hough injured his neck.
There will be no result show on Tuesday due to presidential election. The show initially planned to do instant elimination on Monday, but host Tom Bergeron said, "The show has now decided not to send anyone home next week."