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Melissa's spot in the Team Mambo was filled in by Lacey Schwimmer who learned the dance in less than a day.

Lacey and Tony were ignored during the scoring; however, the team score was added to Melissa's individual score.

Murray chose to continue on the show, and Jewel appeared during the season as a special musical guest.

Nancy O'Dell, the then co-host of Access Hollywood, was also originally announced to be on the show, but was forced to withdraw from the competition due to a torn meniscus, which required surgery.

Chuck Wicks was eliminated in what Tom Bergeron called "the most shocking elimination this season".

Week 9: Despite her sustained injury, Melissa & Tony scored a perfect ​ for their Rumba (the lowest score of the night). This elimination was met by boos from the audience and the judges gasping (with Carrie Ann Inaba holding back tears).

The show was again hosted by Tom Bergeron and Samantha Harris.

She was replaced on the show by Playboy model Holly Madison.Also occurring for this week, was the first group dance of the season dedicated to the 1960s.Melissa & Tony took the top of the leaderboard for the second time with a near perfect ​ for their Waltz, and they were later eliminated.Steve Wozniak and Karina Smirnoff received the lowest score of the night, a ​, for their cha-cha-cha.

Week 2: Steve-O suffered a pulled back muscle while performing his salsa during dress rehearsal, and therefore could not perform live.Olympic gold-medal-winning gymnast Shawn Johnson won the competition at the age of 17, making her the youngest champion until Laurie Hernandez (another Olympian gymnast) won in season 23 at 16. Shawn Johnson, Gilles Marini, and Melissa Rycroft later competed in the All-Stars season, where this time Johnson was paired with Derek Hough, Marini was paired with Peta Murgatroyd, and Rycroft remained with her original partner, Tony Dovolani.

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