Dancing With the Stars awarded its first perfect score of the season last night, and it went to 16-year-old Disney star Zendaya Coleman for her salsa trio with partner Val Chmerkovskiy and Gleb Savchenko. Coleman also faired well in her first performance of the night, earning 28 points for her fox trot.

The second highest marks of the night went to Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, who earned a total of 56 points with her partner Mark Ballas. Their Argentine tango was scored 29 points, followed by a spirited jive for which they were awarded 27 points.

Kellie Pickler, the former American Idol contestant and country music star, slipped a bit yesterday after winning immunity with her marks last week. While her Viennese waltz with pro Derek Hough saw her receive 28 points, judge Len Goodman was sorely unimpressed by her paso doble trio with Hough and Tristan MacManus. While Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli scored it a 10, Goodman ruined her chance at a perfect score by giving her a 7 after complaining about the choreography that was out of her control.


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Baltimore Ravens star Jacoby Jones is still the best of the men. For his graceful Viennese waltz with Karina Smirnoff, he received 27 points from the judges. His paso double trio with Smirnoff and Cheryl Burke knocked him down a peg and only saw him awarded 25 points.

Back at the bottom of the pack were soap star Ingo Rademacher and The Bachelor's Sean Lowe. With straight eights in both his foxtrot and his jive trio with Kym Johnson and Lindsay Arnold, his score totaled 48 at the end of the night. Lowe was scored straight sevens for his tango and for his jazz routine with partner Peta Murgatroyd and Sharna Burgess, leaving him in last place with a total of 42 points.

Dancing With the Stars' results show airs Tuesday on ABC at 9/8c.

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