Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars' Week 5 leaderboard has been topped by singer and former Disney Channel star Sabrina Bryan and professional partner Louis van Amstel -- pushing the leaders of Monday night's one-hour performance show into second place.

The singer and former Disney Channel star and van Amstel finished in first place on the judges' leaderboard during Dancing with the Stars' fifteenth-season sixth performance show -- which was the second one-hour performance show this week -- on ABC Tuesday night.

The couple topped the leaderboard after they received a total of 58.5 out of 60 possible points from Dancing with the Stars' new scoring system, which features 0.5 intervals for the first time in the show's history, for their dances from Dancing with the Stars judges Len Goodman, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli.

Due to Monday night's presidential debate, there was no Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars elimination this week. Instead, the show split its usual two-hour weekly performance show into one-hour performance shows on both Monday and Tuesday night. Half the eight remaining couples performed their individual "guilty pleasure" routines Monday night, while the other four couples took the stage last night to perform their individual dances.

On each night, the four couples who did not dance their individual routines performed in a "Team Dance" routine instead. The "Team Dance" and individual dance scores were added together from both nights to give each celebrity and professional pairing an overall score by the conclusion of Tuesday's broadcast.

Bryan -- who was allowed to enter the competition after winning the "Viewers' Choice: All-Star" vote in August -- and van Amstel performed an individual waltz routine Tuesday night which earned 29 out of 30 possible points from the judges and then added that number to their "Team Dance" score of 29.5 out of 30 possible points from the night prior.

Second place on the Week 5 leaderboard represented a four-way tie amongst actor Gilles Marini -- who, with partner Peta Murgatroyd, had finished in first place on Monday night's leaderboard -- reality TV star Melissa Rycroft, Olympic gold medalist gymnast Shawn Johnson, and Olympic gold medalist speed skater Apolo Anton Ohno after they all earned a total of 56.5 points.

Marini and Murgatroyd received 29.5 points from the judges for their rumba routine on Monday and then earned 27 points from last night's "Team Dance" performance. Rycroft and partner Tony Dovolani danced a tango which received 27 points, adding that number to their score of 29.5 from Monday night's "Team Dance."

Johnson and partner Derek Hough and Ohno and partner Karina Smirnoff also participated in Monday night's "Team Dance," starting off the week with 29.5 points apiece. Both couples then went on to receive 27 points for their individual routines last night. Johnson and Hough danced the rumba, while Ohno and Smirnoff performed a samba routine.

Sixth place on the leaderboard went to NFL football star Emmitt Smith and partner Cheryl Burke after they received a total of 56 points from the judges for their two dances. The couple performed a samba routine which earned 29 points on Monday and then followed it with their "Team Dance" worth 27 points last night.

Actress Kirstie Alley and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy finished in seventh place on the week's leaderboard with 52.5 total points. The couple received 25.5 points for their quickstep routine on Monday, and then Alley and Chmerkovskiy -- along with soap star Kelly Monaco and partner Val Chmerkovskiy -- performed in Tuesday night's "Team Dance" routine, which earned 27 points from the judges.

Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy finished in eighth -- and last -- place on the Week 5 leaderboard after they danced a samba routine which received only 24.5 points from the judges on Monday night. In addition to their 27 "Team Dance" points, Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy racked in only 51.5 total points.  

Dancing with the Stars judges' scores and home viewer votes from Monday and Tuesday night will be added to next week's scores and votes. Then, next Tuesday night, one Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars couple will be eliminated based upon the combination of results over the two-week period.
About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.