DWTS: Which Celeb Threw His Partner a Little Too Much?

No one got eliminated Monday on Dancing with the Stars but there were lots of new – and hazardous! – moves going on under the mirror ball.

“Bang Bang” singer Jessie J had the unenviable task of guest judging on a night that involved switch-ups among the duos – and not everybody got the partner they deserved. (Tough luck, Michael Waltrip!)

Here’s how everyone scored:

Look Who Has New Partners on Dancing with the Stars

Betsey Johnson Was Sent Home on Dancing with the Stars

It was “Most Memorable Year” night on the dance floor – though it should have been called let’s gets super sad and personal because of all the teary-eyed video packages. But even a moving tribute to her adult daughter couldn’t save designer Betsey Johnson on a night that gave America (or at least those on the East Coast) a chance to vote in place of the still-missing judge Len Goodman.

“Thank you, thank you, mostly to Tony, to my fans, this has been the best wonderful thing,” said Johnson at the end of the show. “It’s just been a trip, a big trip!”

DWTS: See Which Stars 'Killed It' on Monday's Show

The celebrities got to pick their tunes on Monday’s edition of Dancing with the Stars, so the numbers were as varied as a bikini song samba to a Cyndi Lauper-inspired foxtrot.

Here were the scores:

DWTS: Alfonso Ribeiro Has Strong Start on the 19th Season Premiere

A missed cue and a battle with a boa kept a few stars from putting their best foot forward, but the 19th season premiere of Dancing with the Stars brought plenty of good scores and great moments – at least those that involve Cheech.

“The ballroom is bursting with enthusiasm,” exclaimed host Tom Bergeron – a hilarious quip that was actually directed at Julianne Hough’s bust line, but could also describe some of the night’s best highlights.

Here were the scores:

Mean Girls's Jonathan Bennett: I'm Doing Dancing with the Stars in Memory of My Parents

When Jonathan Bennett hits the Dancing with the Stars stage Monday night, there will be two important supporters missing in the audience – his parents.

Jonathan Bennett: Why Mean Girls Wouldn't Work Today

Ten years later, Mean Girls star Jonathan Bennett is still having the best – make that most fetch – hair day ever.

“Every single day, someone comes up to me and says, ‘Your hair looks sexy pushed back,’ ” Bennett, 32, who portrayed Lindsay Lohan’s classroom crush, Aaron Samuels, tells PEOPLE in a nod to the famous line. “I’m flattered and I love it, and right now, they still care. And I love that they still care.”

David Lee Roth, EMT: 9 Stars with Surprising Post-Fame Careers

Navigating the spotlight can be tricky. Navigating the end of the spotlight can be even trickier.

Some stars move into logically-connected careers (Mark Hamill’s largest post-Luke Skywalker role was voicing The Joker for Batman: The Animated Series).

Then again, some stars … don’t. These are nine stars with the post-fame careers that we (and maybe they) never saw coming.