Actor and comedian D.L. Hughley and partner Cheryl Burke finished in twelfth -- and last -- place at the bottom of the leaderboard after they performed a cha cha routine which received only 12 points from the judges.
Second place on the judges' leaderboard was a three-way tie between 2012 Olympic gold medal winning gymnast Alexandra "Aly" Raisman, 1976 Olympic gold medal winning figure skater Dorothy Hamill and former American Idolfinalist and country singer Kellie Pickler -- who all earned 21 points for their dances from the judges.
Fifth place also represented a tie between soap star Ingo Rademacher and partner Kym Johnson and NFL football player Jacoby Jones and partner Karina Smirnoff after both couples received 20 points from the judges. Rademacher and Johnson took the stage with a contemporary routine and Jones and Smirnoff danced the cha cha.
The Bachelor star Sean Lowe and partner Peta Murgatroyd finished in seventh on Monday night's leaderboard following their foxtrot performance that earned 19 points from the judges.
Vanderpump and partner Gleb Savchenko -- the season's only first-time male professional partner-- and Ortiz and partner Lindsay Arnold -- who competed onSo You Think You Can Dance last summer -- each performed a foxtrot routine. Judd and partner Tony Dovolani, last season's All-Starschampion, danced the cha cha.
Eleventh place went to actor and comedian Andy Dick and partner Sharna Burgess, who has been a member of Dancing with the Stars' dance troupe the last three seasons, after they performed a foxtrot routine that earned 17 points from the judges.
All 12 sixteenth-season Dancing with the Stars couples will return for another two-hour performance show on Monday, March 25, after which the judges' scoring and home viewer voting results from both shows will be combined and one couple will be eliminated on the season's first results show on Tuesday, March 26.
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