The Queer Eye star brought his rhythm and personality to to show but sadly got the boot much too soon. And he wasn’t afraid to say so, iconically calling out the fact that he got voted off before Sean Spicer, who literally could not dance.
The talk show host only made it through a couple weeks of Dancing With the Stars before being sent home, but she still gave us some stellar performances.
The former Bachelorette waltzed all the way to the Mirrorball trophy, but it wasn’t ALL sunshine and rainbows. She got some (kinda uncalled for?) harsh critiques from judge Carrie Ann Inaba and the two had a pretty emotional confrontation during rehearsals. But clearly it all worked out for Hannah in the end!
If there was ever anyone who was robbed of a DWTS win, it’s James Van Der Beek. He was easily one of the best dancers of the season, but the Dawson’s Creek star and his wife tragically experienced a miscarriage in the middle of the show and ultimately he went home.
Chrishell may not have been the best ballroom dancer in world but she was having a great time, and that’s all that matters, right?? The Selling Sunset realtor made it through to a few weeks of the show before getting eliminated.
Nev took a break from exposing catfish on national TV to throw on his dance shoes and tear it up on stage. And TBH, he was really freaking good and came in second place!
What happens when you take away an Olympic figure skater’s ice skates and give them dancing shoes instead? Well, turns out, they still tear it up. Johnny and his beautiful leg extensions made it all the way to the DWTS semi-finals.
Um, hello Audrina, where is Justin Bobby and why are you not dancing with him?? JK…sort of. The Hills alum joined season 11 of DWTS and was eliminated after six rounds.
The Euphoria star and Emmy winner had a delightful run came in second place, ultimately losing to country singer Kellie Pickler.
I guess we’d trust David’s lifeguard skills more than his dancing skills, which is like…very commendable. David was the first one eliminated in his season. Still #1 in our hearts, David!
Looks like someone “got their head in the game.” Corbin Bleu, the Disney star known for his High School Musical and Jump In! roles, placed second on his season of DWTS.
Reality star Kate Gosselin took some much-discussed time in the spotlight to do the waltz and cha-cha, but the dancing didn’t last long. She was eliminated after four weeks on the show.
This might be one of the rare instances when we don’t see Bindi Irwin carrying around a terrifying animal and instead wearing fabulous sparkly outfits. The wildlife conservationist won her season of DWTS with partner Derek Hough.
Yes, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star *actually* got her reality TV start on DWTS. Bless this celeb dance competition!
Apparently, Miley Cyrus’s dad is good at more than just line dancing. He went out there and achy breaky broke a leg!
You feel that? It’s the dance floor heating up from the “Hot In Here” rapper. Nelly quickly won America’s hearts with his smooth moves and sweet smile, finishing in third place with partner Daniella Karagach.
More than a decade ago, Kim still needed that TV exposure. And you know what? She got it! Kim came in 11th place with Mark Ballas. We know you can’t dance, Kim, but that’s okay. We still love you.
Comedian Jeff was a total LOL of a contestant. He definitely brought much-needed comedy to the show. Hey, you have to give the man credit for trying.
You know who beat Kim Kardashian? (And Jeff Ross, LOL.) Lance Bass! He didn’t quite win though, instead coming in third place. Another boy band member bites the Dancing With the Stars dust.
This Cheetah Girl earned her spots! Former Disney darling Sabrina Bryan rocked the dance floor with Mark Ballas for season 5, later returning with Louis van Amstel for season 15.
Mark earned 8th place on his season of DWTS, which doesn’t seem too shabby for a guy who normally sits behind a desk and doles out moolah to start ups.
Got a secret, can you keep it? While the Pretty Little Liars star is beyond talented, dancing doesn’t seem to be her forte. She and partner Gleb Savchenko placed 10th.
Turns out that Macy Gray is a better singer than dancer, because while she has a powerhouse voice and albums of classics at this point, she was eliminated the first week of her DWTS season.
The Big Time Rush hottie made a big time splash on the dance floor, making it all the way to fourth place in the competition with partner Peta Murgatroyd. Looks like all those years of boy band moves paid off.
Apolo carries eight Olympic medals for speed skating and he won season 4 of DWTS. Looks like talent translates off the ice preeetty well.
Probs the most successful Bachelor alum in terms of relationships was the *least* successful on season 1 of DWTS. (She got last place. Womp womp.)
Former girl band members definitely have an unfair advantage after all that dance training—but they’re amazing to watch, so I’ll keep my mouth shut. Scary Spice appeared on the fifth season and came in second, undoubtedly from all that zigazig chore-AH-graphy. (Get it?)
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