"Dancing with the Stars 25" recap: Barbara Corcoran tanks

Dancing With the Stars

Dancing With the Stars

By now, enough seasons of Dancing With the Stars have gone by for us to know it's practically inevitable that one of the contestants will get injured, either during training or while the show is airing. "I just kind of always made money by accident...and my God, have I had fun with Keo on this dance floor".

Debbie Gibson started the night with a quickstep to "This is My Time" by Amy Stroup and received good reviews from the judges, with Bruno Tonioli saying, "Your chemistry was sizzling".

Lindsey Sterling and Mark Ballas: Oh how I've missed Mark Ballas and his stunning choreography. Keo is qualified and is a very good dancer, but somehow he doesn't get dancers with very much potential.

Frankie Muniz is competing on Season 25 of ABC's Dancing with the Stars this fall. Her spirit is infectious, her sense of humor is awesome, and she's "liquid gold", per Carrie Ann Inaba. Len Goodman said she knocked his socks off. He and his partner Cheryl Burke were in jeopardy along with Barbara and Keo. Bruno was enthralled and called it a "sextrot". "It's intimidating", said Frankie Muniz before performing a tango with pro partner Witney Carson on Monday's "Ballroom Night" episode of "Dancing with the Stars".

Normally I'd look at the bottom of the leaderboard for my prediction, but Nick is arguably the most famous person in the cast and Derek performed late, had his awesome mom with him and is partnered with Sharna, so he should be safe too.

Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke (foxtrot): 20 (7, 6, 7). "Clean, powerful, distinct, defined", Carrie Ann said. He earned a 24, tying with Vanessa Lachey and Victoria Arlen.

Not improved: Former NBA player Derek Fisher was congenial on a joyful foxtrot, but judges said he needed better technique.

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold (Viennese waltz): 24 (8, 8, 8).

Dancing with the Stars is stepping up the competition for the second week of season 25 with another night of dancing and a second elimination. This week he has had to learn two dances - one for "Ballroom Night" and another for Tuesday's "Latin Night" - and on top of that he's physically struggling through the aftermath of a back-breaking accident as a race vehicle driver. So did the volume of the crowd, especially during Frankie Muniz's critiques and after Drew Scott danced ... but the audience made themselves known after pretty much every routine. The frontrunners returned to the dance floor for another energetic performance, earning them another top score.