Dancing with the Stars Monday night featured the five remaining pairs dancing twice to the same song – first “plugged” and then “unplugged.”

Sadie Robertson & Mark Ballas

Sadie Robertson and Mark Ballas were the first couple on the dance floor, performing a quickstep to Ariana Grande’s “Problem.” Though the duo received good scores last week, Sadie’s confidence suffered this week from her flubbed end to the routine. Fortunately for her, the judges were still impressed with her moves this week. Scores: 9+10+9+9=37

For their “Problem” unplugged dance, Sadie and Mark danced an Argentine tango. Mark interestingly introduced a guitar as a prop throughout the dance, which served to provide a barrier between the two. The intensity in the dance was strong, but Sadie’s footwork seemed to suffer. The judges appreciated the dance, but weren’t wowed. Scores: 9+9+10+9=37

Tommy Chong & Peta Murgatroyd

Tommy Chong, who’s somehow managed to remain in the competition, danced a jazz number to Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” with Peta Murgatroyd. Once again Peta was forced to rely on gimmicks and Tommy’s likability in crafting the choreography. The judges admitted they enjoyed watching him perform, but stayed away from commenting on the dancing. Scores: 7+7+7+7=28

Tommy and Peta followed up their jazz routine with a rumba. Their touching routine seemed to take a page from ballet Coppellia with Tommy playing a toymaker and Peta the frozen girl inside the music box. When she comes to life they dance. What Tommy may lack in dancing, he made up for with emotion and stage presence. Scores: 9+8+9+8 = 34

Bethany Mota & Derek Hough

Bethany Mota and Derek Hough started off with a Samba to the Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back.” Uncharacteristically Derek was short on ideas for choreography this week and recruited Sasha Farber to join in. The dance’s most notable moment was Derek and Sasha accidentally kissing as part of the routine. Other than that, it was a dull turn for the pair. Scores: 9+9+9+9=36

With a chance to take it to another level with their second dance, Bethany and Derek threw themselves into their contemporary routine. Throughout the entire dance, they used an enlarged picture frame that keeps the focus on the couple. The judges loved the entire concept, as well as the dancing, though Bethany seemed overshadowed by Derek. Scores: 10+10+10+10

Janel Parrish & Val Chmerkovskiy

Dancing a Paso Doble to Calvin Harris’ “Blame,” Janel Parrish and Val Chmerkovskiy once again showed that they could very well be the team to beat. Val wisely incorporated some contemporary moves into the Latin dance, fueling it with even more passion and winning over both the judges and the live audience. Scores: 10+10+10+10= 40

Janel and Val tried to keep the 10s coming with their Argentine Tango. Val once again proved he’s a masterful tango choreographer and helped Janel deliver another Mirror Ball worthy performance. Carrie Ann Inaba, however, wished that they’d been more graceful during the dance’s many lifts. Scores: 9+9+10+10 = 38

Alfonso Ribeiro & Witney Carson

Struggling with a hurt back, Alfonso Ribeiro did his best to wow with an Argentine Tango with his pro partner Witney Carson. Dancing to “Love Runs Out” by One Republic, Alfonso gritted through the pain to deliver a solid performance – though a few notches below what he can normally deliver. Scores: 9+9+9+9=36

Alfonso’s last dance of the evening with Witney was a contemporary routine. Witney chose a dreamlike theme for their second dance to “Blame” and managed to choreograph a routine that wouldn’t be too much trouble for Alfonso’s back. Once again, the Fresh Prince star managed to dance through the pain for another commendable performance. Scores: 10+9+10+10

At the end of the dancing last night it was revealed that Tommy Chong and Peta Murgatroyd were eliminated. Next week, Dancing with the Stars will air on Monday and wrap up with the two-hour finale on Tuesday.