Coming in last on Tuesday night with only 14 points were former Dallas Cowboys star Michael Irvin and his partner, Anna Demidova. Their samba to the Black Crowe's "Hard to Handle" proved a disappointment.
Tonioli told Irvin "you dance like a tank," and Carrie Ann Inaba chimed in "You're a big man with a gigantic spirit and you're dancing tiny."
On the winning end of the spectrum were two knock-out rumba's and some of the highest scores the judges have doled out yet.
Coming in first with 27 points, and the first two 10s of the season, was singer Mya and partner Dmitri Chaplan's stunning rumba to Shakira's "Underneath Your Clothes." Called "complete fluidity" by Inaba and "the embodiment of the supreme seductress" by Tonioli, only Goodman was a bit reserved, telling the couple he "felt it was too crammed with trick after trick."
Close behind by only one point was swimmer Natalie Coughlin and Alec Mazo's tantalizing Rumba to Phil Collin's "In the Air Tonight," which prompted Tonioli to tell Coughlin, "you've gone to the stratosphere tonight. Sexy Beast!"
As Abdul watched from the audience, she had some comments of her own.
"I don't know what's going on, Mr. Goodman, you're Mister badman right now," she said in response to Goodman's harsh criticism.
She then went on to joke that she and Inaba should make out, after contestant Donny Osmond, upon hearing his dance was a bit like Swan Lake, pretended to kiss judge Tonioli.
Tuesday night's episode was the fourth elimination so far this season for "Dancing with the Stars," from what began as the biggest cast yet of 16 couples.
Last week Kathy Ireland told "Good Morning America" that even though she was voted off early-on she still feels "like a big winner." She was the third contestant voted off this season after singer Macy Gray and Actor Ashley Hamilton were voted off following the three-day season premiere.