Ziering brought a cake to rehearsal for partner Cheryl Burke's birthday, and he put a "10" candle on top of it, hoping it would be their good luck charm. But the two failed yet again to score a perfect 10, totaling just 22 points from the three judges for their first dance and 25 for the second.
Joey Fatone continued to impress the judges Monday night, and he didn't let some partying at the Kentucky Derby get in the way of his dancing.
After last week's performance, Goodman said Fatone had too much "razzle dazzle," and Fatone said he was determined to tone it down for this week's waltz.
But Fatone can't please everyone.
Goodman loved the waltz, but the other two judges said it was too prim and proper. Inaba even said she missed the "Joey special."
Fatone's second dance was the mambo, and as Tonioli said, he "pimped" it. Goodman was impressed that Fatone managed to dance on the second beat, which is very challenging. Inaba said that it seemed like Fatone and partner Kym Johnson had it in the bag and that they continued to "bring it."
Tonight, one pair will be voted off. Will it be Cyrus? Will it be Ziering? Or will the audience buck the judges' scoring and vote off one of the other teams?
Nellie Furtado will perform live on tonight's "Dancing With the Stars," and one couple will be eliminated, leaving four left to "bring it" in next week's semifinals.