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Round 6: Results 

For the first time this season, Brooke & Derek headed into a results show without the lead on the judges' scoreboard. Lance & Lacey held the unfamiliar top spot, and Cloris & Corky were in ... See full synopsis »

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For the first time this season, Brooke & Derek headed into a results show without the lead on the judges' scoreboard. Lance & Lacey held the unfamiliar top spot, and Cloris & Corky were in a distant last place. But what did the voters decide to do?

Most of the dancers were fans of guest judge Michael Flatley, who offered up some of the higher scores of the evening, including a "10" for Brooke & Derek while Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli gave them 8's.

Conspicuously absent from the highlight reel of Monday night's performance was Carrie Ann's scathing commentary about Cloris, when she said, "we lost Toni Braxton for this, and that kind of makes me sad."

Play it again: Unfortunately, the judges decided to ask the entire group to do the hip-hop performance as an encore.

To the results: The first two couples sent to safety -- in no particular order -- were Lance & Lacey and Cody (& Julianne).

Child's play: In the dancing kids competition, Craig & Samantha (13 and 12), a brother and sister ...

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