Last week in the ballroom, Olympic gold medalist Meryl Davis and her pro partner Maks Chemerkovsiky shot to the top of the leader board as they nabbed the first 10's of the season, while Billy Dee Williams had to bow out of the competition due to chronic back issues.
This week, the stars and their pros were forced to dance with new partners as part of a switch up voted on by fans. Adding to the fun, "DWTS" alum Julianne Hough lent a hand at the judges table for the evening.
Last week's "Dancing with the Stars" featured a shocking double elimination and the announcement of a surprise twist allowing fans to switch up celebrity/pro pairings.
This week brought a guest judge to the table, "Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts and the bowing out of star Billy Dee Willams, who had to hang up his dancing shoes due to a chronic back condition.
Kicking off the first results show of the season with a bang, "Dancing with the Stars" held a shocking double elimination on Monday night (March 24).
Aside from this evening's scores and dances, there were two other major announcements that got fans excited for the coming weeks! First up, it was revealed that fan-favorite and former pro Julianne Hough would be back to the dance floor in two weeks as a guest judge, while another twist in the show is set for the season.
Taking "Dancing with the Stars" back to the teenage years, Danica McKellar and Candace Cameron-Bure are seen costarring together in the 1990 TV movie "Camp Cucamonga," long before taking their battles to the dance floor.
Also adding to the 1990's nostalgia, "Camp Cucamonga," features the talents of "Friends" beauty, Jennifer Aniston, "Family Matters" stud Jaleel White, who starred as the beloved Steve Urkel, "The Wonder Years"' Josh Saviano and finally "My Two Dads" actor Chad Allen.
Whetting fans' appetites for the premiere next Monday, ABC released official cast portraits for season 18 of "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday (March 10).
This time, twelve celebs will compete for the mirror ball trophy, including Sean Avery, Candace Cameron Bure, Drew Carey, Meryl Davis, NeNe Leakes, James Maslow, Danica McKellar, Diana Nyad, Amy Purdy, Cody Simpson, Charlie White, and Billy Dee Williams.