Dancing With the Stars contestants Gladys Knight and Roshon Fegan couldn't collect enough extra points from the Motown Marathon Monday night to get out of the bottom two.
Knight, a Motown legend in her own right, said she felt like she was at home during DWTS' Motown week. The 67-year-old legendary singer danced the rumba with her partner Tristan MacManus to a live performance of The Temptations' "My Girl."
Judge Len Goodman praised the Empress of Soul saying, "If I could judge purely with my heart you would be top of my leaderboard."
Unfortunately, Knight was the first to go during the Motown Marathon, earning her only three extra points and boosting her score to 24/30.
Disney star Fegan, 20, came in second to last Monday night after his steamy rumba with Chelsie Hightower to Smokey Robinson's "Cruisin'" failed to impress the judges.
Judge Carrie Ann Inaba told the partners, "In general, I felt your movements were a bit over-exaggerated tonight." The two earned five extra points during the Motown Marathon, but it still only gave them an overall score of 28/40.
But Maria Menounos and Melissa Gilbert aren't far ahead!
The Extra host and her partner Derek Hough tied the Little House on the Prairie star and her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy for third to last with 30/40 points.
Menounos, 33, lost her footing during her foxtrot to Martha Reeves' "Jimmy Mack" and Inaba noted, "It threw you off a bit and you were ahead on the choreography."
Gilbert, 47, also received a little criticism from the judges for slowing down towards the end of her Viennese Waltz to Robinson's "Ooh, Baby Baby." Goodman said, "You lost a bit of energy as it got near the end, but I'm telling you, overall, I thought you did it wonderfully well."
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