Bristol Palin impressed the judges once again as 'Dancing With The Stars' moved into its second week of live performances. The 19-year-old gave the final dance of the night, and was given high praise for her quick-step routine with partner Mark Ballas. The judges rewarded her effort with 22 points out of a possible 30, however, it was Jennifer Grey who once again topped the leaderboard, with a score of 24.
The Hills star Audrina Patridge was perhaps the night's biggest surprise, with a much improved routine from last week's debut show. The 25-year-old danced a quick-step with partner Tony Dovolani and, despite a few wobbles, was given a score of 23. Elsewhere, 'Jersey Shore' star MIKE SORRENTINO was criticised for his routine, with judge Len Goodman commenting that "it was a series of unfortunate events", and the night's lowest score was reserved for crooner Michael Bolton, who received a mere 12 out of 30.
The night was not without controversy however, as Bristol Palin's mother, the republican politician Sarah Palin, was booed by audience members, according to the UK's Daily Mail. The 46-year-old had attended the evening to support her daughter, but was heckled by certain sections of the studio whilst setting up for an interview.