The stars were out in full force sizzling on the dance floor.
Actress Leah Remini kicked off the night with a fancy Fox Trot, earning her a respectable score of 21 out of 30.
“Your are sass and class. That is a great combination,” Carrie Ann Inaba complimented.
“Pretty Little Liars” star, Brant Daugherty, Cha-Cha-Cha'd his way into the judges hearts. Meanwhile Disney Channel's Corbin Bleu pumped up the passion with a white hot Contemporary number.
“Glee's” Amber Riley was the top scorer with 27 points while “Bill Nye the Science Guy” brought up the rear with 14 points.
“It was like being waxed – Painful while it happened and lovely when it was over,” head judge, Len Goodman, critiqued.
It was a bubbly Fox Trot for TV personality Jack Osbourne, bringing his parents – Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne – to tears.
Actors Elizabeth Berkley Lauren and Christina Milian delivered drama with powerful Contemporary routines.
NFL star Keyshawn Johnson's Cha-Cha received mixed reviews from the judges. Pint-sized Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi's dance, though, was praised by all.
And fan favorite, Valerie Harper, won over the audience and the judges with an inspiring Fox Trot.
“How can you criticize a national treasure?” Bruno Tonioli asked. “You were radiant, stylish, light on your feet… We are so glad you are here.”
Next Monday the first celebrity will be eliminated from the ballroom. You can find all your “Dancing With The Stars” information right here on WJBF.com, and you can follow along with the commentary on Laney's Look.