"Dancing with the Stars" fans got to see the full field of celebrities in action Monday night for the first time, and there are already some clearly strong competitors.
With their contemporary dance, Disney star Zendaya and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, landed in first place with triple digits.
"I was just going out there with the intention of getting the highest possible thing I could get, and the fact that it was so great on the first time, it was perfect," she said.
Country singer Kellie Pickler and partner Derek Hough ended in a three-way tie for second.
"I'm just glad to be here. I'm glad I didn't fall, because I did bust my butt in rehearsals the other day. I fell pretty hard," Pickler said afterward.
Gymnast Aly Raisman and partner Mark Ballas are also tied for second …
… along with ice skating legend Dorothy Hamill and partner Tristan MacManus, all scoring triple sevens.
"I was very encouraged. I was pleased, and I just am so grateful they were so kind," Hamill said.
"General Hospital" star Ingo Rademacher and partner Kym Johnson scored 20 points to tie for fifth …
… along with NFL star Jacoby Jones and partner Karina Smirnoff.
"Whatever she throws at me, I just go, 'OK, that's what we're doing,' and then that's what we're doing," Rademacher said.
One point behind them was "The Bachelor" Sean Lowe and partner Peta Murgatroyd.
"I want to win, plain and simple, I want to win," Lowe said. "And I'm so blessed to have Peta as a partner, because she will work tirelessly."
Reality star Lisa Vanderpump and partner Gleb Savchenko tied for eighth place. Vanderpump brought along some four-legged encouragement -- her dog Giggy.
"He's done his dance. He's kind of ready to go home and have a drink," she said afterward.
Wynonna Judd and partner Tony Dovolani also tied for eighth.
Her mother, Naomi Judd, and sister, Ashley Judd, were in the audience to cheer her on.
Also in eighth place was boxer Victor Ortiz and partner Lindsay Arnold.
"The nerves, they wouldn't let me be like me for a second," he said. "And then finally, when I got lost in those pretty eyes, I was like, 'Yes! all right.'"
One point behind him was comedian Andy Dick and partner Sharna Burgess.
"I'm loving this," he said.
And at the bottom, with just 12 points, was comedian D.L. Hughley.
"I was never confident, but what I am not is a coward, so I'm going to do a lot better next week," he said afterward.
There's no elimination show this week, so all 12 couples get to dance one more time before someone goes home next week.
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