Dancing With The Stars returned this week with a brand new cast, and as usual, some celebrities looked made for the dance floor while others struggled mightily. Thankfully for the latter, no one went home this week.

Kelly Pickler, country singer and former American Idol contestant, was the first to debut her ballroom skills. In her sparkling silver dress and seemingly effortless moves, she managed to wow the judges right out of the gate. Boxer Victor Ortiz was also among the first to take the stage. The athlete admitted that the dancing grind was harder than he thought, but partnered with Lindsay Arnold, he received 18 points from the judges.

Ingo Rademacher, former General Hospital star, performed one of the show’s new contemporary dances with pro Kym Johnson to the audience’s delight. Real Housewife Lisa Vanderpump had her dog Giggy backstage as she danced with Gleb Savchenko for 18 points.

Comedian Andy Dick was shown having a meltdown in rehearsals, fearing he’d fail in the dancing competition. Although his foxtrot was nothing to sniff at, he received just 17 points in total from the judges. If anyone should have been worried, it should have been D.L. Hughley. The comic and actor performed a disjointed Cha Cha to the hip hop song “Get Low” that got him the night’s lowest score.

Perhaps the best dancer of the night was 16-year-old Disney actress Zendaya Coleman. “That was amazing, beautiful,” gushed judge Carrie Ann Inaba of Coleman’s contemporary dance performance that earned her a solid 24 points. Olympic figure skater Dorothy Hamill also impressed with her contemporary dance number, and earned a solid 21 points.

Athletes Aly Raisman and Jacoby Jones did admirably on the dance floor as well, earning 21 points and 20 points, respectfully. The Bachelor's Sean Lowe wound up with 19 points for his dance moves, while country singer Wynona Judd ended up with 18.

Dancing With The Stars will return next Monday at 9/8c.

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