After great performances during the Prom Night episode of "Dancing with the Stars," it was revealed right at the start that the King and Queen of the prom would not be going home.

On Monday night the hit show asked that its viewers take to Twitter and pick a King and Queen for the “DWTS” prom.

Zendaya Coleman and Jacoby Jones got to watch a special dance performance by professional dancers in the comfort of their royal chairs without having to worry for the rest of the episode if they would be sent home packing on Tuesday.

Judge Bruno Tonioli surprised the audience and viewers when he came out and danced with Sean Lowe and his partner Peta Murgatroyd during their encore “YMCA” performance. He came out in the beginning with a bare chest and leather jacket, then again at the end where he did the famous “YMCA” moves in front of Len Goodman and Carrie Ann Inaba.

After host Tom Bergeron briefly insulted Kellie Pickler for her audition skills, he announced she and pro dancer were saved.

D.L. Hughley let it be known he wasn’t happy with Goodman’s criticisms last night, but was more than relieved when it was announced he would not be going home either.

In the next round, boxer Victor Ortiz found out he was safe. But comedian Andy Dick and “Real Housewife” Lisa Vanderpump did experience the same fortune: both were in jeopardy.

But Vanderpump wasn’t there for long. Dick and Wynonna Judd were in the final two.

Dick was saved. It turned out to be Judd who was forced to take her final dance on the “DWTS” floor.

Check out “DWTS” Monday night on ABC at 8 EDT to see the celebrities dance another week.