Deja vu for Gilles Marini on 'Dancing'


The second week of Dancing with the Stars: All Stars saw some major improvements, as the cast collectively stepped up their game from last week, but one celebrity found himself in a similar situation as last week's premiere.

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Gilles Marini landed in second place last week falling to the final performance of the night -- Emmitt Smith and pro partner Cheryl Burke. This week, it was Gilles who went last but he still landed in second with a 25.5/30.

Emmitt Smith, however, dropped considerably. The NFL hall of famer earned just a 22.5/30 for his quickstep with pro partner Cheryl Burke, landing them in the middle of the pack.

Singer/actress Sabrina Bryan and partner Louis Van Amstel topped the DWTS leader board on Monday scoring a 26/30.

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Bristol Palin had plenty of support from the audience, as her parents Todd and Sarah Palin cheered her on from the stands. Unfortunately, she didn't have as much support from the judges who placed her at dead last with an 18/30.

Melissa Rycroft's jive with Tony Dovolani proved to be an emotional comeback for her. She was denied the opportunity to perform the dance her first time on DWTS due to injury, but it seems that the wait was worth it. The judges awarded her a 23.5/30 and high praise from Bruno Tonioli, who called it "one of the fastest jives I've ever seen."

The remaining scores broke down like this: Helio Castroneves and Chelsie Hightower (23/30), Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff (24.5/30), Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy (21/30), Drew Lachey and Anna Trebunskaya (22.5/30), Joey Fatone and Kym Johnson (22.5/30), Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough (25/30), Kelly Monaco and Valentin Chmerkovskiy (22/30).

Tune in tomorrow night to find out who's next to be eliminated when DWTS: All Stars airs at 8/7c on ABC.