Highest and Lowest Scoring Performances
The best and worst performances in each dance according to the judges' marks are as follows:
|Dance||Best dancer(s)||Best score||Worst dancer(s)||Worst score|
|30||Floyd Mayweather, Jr.||18|
|Foxtrot||Hélio Castroneves||30||Josie Maran||16|
|Quickstep||Hélio Castroneves||30||Wayne Newton||15|
|Mambo||Mel B||30||Mark Cuban||18|
|Tango||Jennie Garth||28||Wayne Newton||18|
|Viennese Waltz||Mel B||30||Mark Cuban||22|
|Paso Doble||Sabrina Bryan
Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
|Rumba||Mel B||30||Hélio Castroneves||23|
|Samba||Mel B||29||Mark Cuban
|Freestyle||Hélio Castroneves||29||Marie Osmond||22|
- Albert Reed & Jane Seymour are the only celebrities to not land on this list.
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