Dancing With the Stars 2013 Prom Night Recap: Who's Going Home Tonight? [Video]

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The contestants competed in a prom themed edition of Dancing With the Stars on Monday night. And though nobody was stood-up, somebody will be left standing on the elimination night Tuesday.

Last week, boxer Victor Ortiz and his partner Lindsay Arnold along with reality star Lisa Vanderpump and her partner Gleb Savchenko were the bottom duos at risk of being eliminated. However, on Monday night both teams improved.

Ortiz and Arnold earned 23 points for their very romantic contemporary routine. Vanderpump and Savchenko earned 21 points for their Viennese waltz, making it just above the bottom three.

D.L. Hughley tired to prove himself after the judges gave him tough criticism his first week. Though he improved in the second week with his quickstep, his prom night salsa dance earned him a 16 and put him in second to last place.

Wynonna Judd's samba performance with Tony Dovolani earned them 15 points and a cozy spot in last place. After their dance, the judges told the country star that she didn't have enough enthusiasm with the theme of their routine, which included a pole as they portrayed a mediocre rocking out to Pour Some Sugar on Me.

As for Andy Dick and Sharna Burgess, their cha cha brought them to the top of the bottom three with 18 points, but they received better reviews from the judges. Len Goodman said watching Dick dance makes him feel good, and Bruno Tonioli said Dick is very entertaining.

Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough are in first place this week with 25. Zendaya Coleman and Valentin Chmerkovskiy are in second with 24, tied with Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff.

Dancing With the Stars airs Tuesday night at 9 p.m. to see who will be eliminated, and which duo will be named the prom king and queen based on their Monday night performances.

See Wynonna Judd's Monday night performance below. 

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