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Chris Henry Remembered on "DWTS"

Even after receiving a weak score from the judges on Monday night's movie-themed episode of "Dancing with the Stars," football star Chad Ochochinco was still able to turn it around and pay respect to his late teammate, Chris Henry.

Upon hearing his final score -- a meager 18 points -- the Cincinnati Bengals receiver said the judges, "should have given me 15, for Chris Henry."

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The judges weren't too thrilled with Ochochinco and Cheryl Burke's performance to the "Jungle Book" song "Bear Necessities." Judge Carrie Ann Inaba called their quickstep "uneven and incohesive."

Ochocinco wasn't the only one left at the bottom. Comedian Niecy Nash shared his 18 point score with her rendition of the Jive dance to "La Bamba."

The judges said Nash needed more technique in her routines last week, but tonight her sporadic shimmy moves and flaring personality might be enough technical merit for her to advance.

Reality TV mom Kate Gosselin once again owned last place.

As in past weeks, Gosselin lacked grace on the dance floor, and Judge Bruno had no problem holding back. While critiquing her performance, he dubbed her "catatonic" and lifeless. However, her large fan-base might give her the additional support she needs to advance.

Not surprisingly, high scores of the night went to Pussycat Doll singer Nicole Scherzinger and Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek. Scherzinger garnered an almost perfect score with her tango performance to "Pretty Woman," which earned her and Derek Hough 29 points. Lysacek's sultry Rumba performance to "Armageddon" theme song "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" landed them just shy of the top spot with 27 points.

We'll see who makes the cut and advances to next week's Swing Dancing marathon during tomorrow night's result show.

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