Actor and comedian D.L. Hughley and partner Cheryl Burke finished in twelfth -- and last -- place at the bottom of the two-week leaderboard with 28 points after they danced a quickstep routine that earned only 16 points from the judges during last night's episode.
Third place on the two-week leaderboard went to 2012 Olympic gold medal winning gymnast Alexandra "Aly" Raisman and partner Mark Ballas who walked away from the night with 45 points after they earned 24 points from the judges for their quickstep routine.
NFL football player Jacoby Jones and partner Karina Smirnoff landed in fourth place with 43 points following their jazz dance which received 23 points last night.
Soap star Ingo Rademacher and partner Kym Johnson came in fifth place on the leaderboard with a combined 40 points. On Monday night, they danced the quickstep and racked in 20 points from the judges -- the same score they had received last week for their contemporary routine.
The Bachelor star Sean Lowe and partner Peta Murgatroyd finished in sixth place on the judges' two-week leaderboard with 39 points after they performed a jive routine which received 20 points last night.
Seventh place went to actor and comedian Andy Dick and partner Sharna Burgess, who added 20 points to last week's score for their jazz routine, giving them 37 total points.
Four couples finished tied for eighth place on the combined two-week leaderboard with 36 points: Boxer Victor Ortiz, 1976 Olympic gold medal winning figure skater Dorothy Hamill, country singer Wynonna Judd, and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump.
Ortiz and partner Lindsay Arnold -- who competed onSo You Think You Can Dance last summer -- and Vanderpump and partner Gleb Savchenko both performed jive routines that received 18 points during Monday night's show, Judd and partner Tony Dovolani danced a quickstep routine that also earned 18 points from the judges, and Hamill and partner Tristan MacManus performed a jive routine which received only 15 points.
Ortiz, Vanderpump and Judd and their professional partners all received the same score they had earned during last week's initial performance show.
The scores of the two-week judging leaderboard will now be combined with the home viewer voting results from both weeks to determine which of the 12 couples will be eliminated on Dancing with the Stars' first sixteenth-season results show Tuesday night at 9PM ET/PT.