They did it bhangra style!
Monday night's "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars" semi-final round featured theme dances and second chances, as the final five couples in the all-star cast took on unusual dance combos and a bit of "Bad" dancing.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson's "Bad" album, the five remaining couples each danced to a song from the iconic record, but not before they took on crazy combos like a caveman hustle and a big top jazz.
Check out who danced what, how they scored, and who might be going home in tonight's double elimination.
Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani
Last week's ballroom darlings, Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani, had a minor drop with this week's caveman-style mashup, although judge Len Goodman called Monday night's show starter "a hustle with no hassle." He also quipped, "Fred and Wilma never danced so well." And they didn't wear rhinestones, either. Score: 27.5 out of 30 points
For Melissa and Tony's second dance, they got down and dirty, Diana style. Their Argentine tango to Michael Jackson's haunting hit had all three "10" paddles out and Bruno Tonioli telling them point blank: "You deserve to be in the final." Score: 30 points
Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough
Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough made up for last week's judge-panned tribal samba, with a "Knight Rider" bhangra. The judges loved it --10s all around-- and Bruno even quipped, "This time they've done it bhangra style!" Score: 30
They got "Bad" with their second dance, an Argentine Tango to the King of Pop's 1987 title track. While Carrie Ann Inaba took off a point because she felt the dance "lacked real passion," the other judges doled out perfect scores. Score: 29
Apolo Ohno and Karina Smirnoff
Apolo Ohno and Karina Smirnoff may have been saddled with the trickiest combo of the night, a big top-style jazz to Gwen Stefani's "What You Waiting For." Carrie Ann slammed the couple for being "out of sync - a lot," but Bruno Tonioli disagreed, calling the dance an "edgy blend of Cirque du Soleil and 'A Clockwork Orange." Score: 27
Apolo and Karina's rumba to Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror" fared much better - and it even melted Carrie Ann's heart! The beautifully choreographed dance garnered the Olympic speed skater a perfect score. Score: 30
Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke
Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke turned into secret agents for their espionage lindy hop, with Bruno dubbing the dance," A Looney Tunes version of James Bond." Score: 27
While Emmitt stepped out of his comfort zone to go cartoon style, for his second dance -- a tango to MJ's "Leave Me Alone"-- the judges praised his "predatory power." Score: 27 points
Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy
Grab your surfboards, bathing suits, and maracas, because it's time for a surfer flamenco! But this duo's fun-in-the sun flamenco was all paso, at least according to Carrie Ann, who said the flamenco part was "practically nonexistent." Still, pro dancer Val Chmerkovskiy rocked a Speedo for this routine, so who was paying attention to the dance, anyway? Score: 25.5
And the last dance: A rumba to Jackson's "I Just Can't Stop Loving You,"which played up Kelly and Val's season long showmance and culminated in a kiss. Score: 28.5
Which two couples will be going home just one week shy of the finale? Find out tonight on the "Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars" semi-finals results show at 8 PM ET on ABC.
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