Well, we'll miss seeing Giggy in the audience.
Even before last night's elimination, it was clear that "Real Housewife" Lisa Vanderpump would likely be the one going home -- but at times it felt more like a mercy elimination. Vanderpump, who fainted at least once and was vomiting in her trailor prior to her performance Monday night, seemed exhausted and ready to leave.
"It's been six long weeks and boy, has it taken its toll," Vanderpump noted following her elimination.
Other low-scorers included Andy Dick and boxer Victor Ortiz, whose performance last week gave fans hope that he may have finally gotten the hang of floating like a butterfly.
Following several ho-hum weeks, "Bachelor" Sean Lowe turned in a better-than-average performance, while perpetual top performers Zendaya and Kellie Pickler tied for the first time. And problem-child D.L. Hughely seemed to have taken the judges criticism in stride, turning in a performance that scored so well, he fell to his knees and declared that his score was "higher than my SAT scores!"