"Dancing with the Stars:" Jennifer Grey Earns Two Perfect Scores

Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough on "Dancing with the Stars" (ABC)
Adam Larkey
Jennifer Grey and Derek Hough on "Dancing with the Stars.l" They are leading in the semifinals with two perfect scores from judges. (ABC)

NEW YORK (CBS) Billed as "Solo Night," this week's competition on "Dancing With the Stars" saw a lot of energy, a number of 10s and four back stories designed to show the audience who these four competitors really were.

One of the four will be going home tonight, based on a combination of judges' and viewer scores. The remaining three will go on to next week's finale. The results show tonight also will feature performances by Annie Lennox and Enrique Inglesias.

PICTURES: "Dancing with the Stars"

Going into the voting, actress Jennifer Grey and her partner Derek Hough held the top spot - a perfect 60, having scored 10s from all of the judges for both their waltz and their cha cha cha.

Again at the bottom of the leaderboard, where they have lingered for the better part of the season, were Bristol Palin and partner Mark Ballas. They earned a 26 out of 30 for their waltz and a 27 out of 30 for the paso doble for a total of 53 out of 60.

Disney star Kyle Massey and his partner Lacey Schwimmer ended the night in second place with a total of 58 out of 60. They earned 29 out of 30 for both their tango and their samba.

Brandy, who has been traditionally at the top of the scoring, was in third place with 57 out of 60. She and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy earned 10s form all three judges for their Argentine tango, but their paso doble, dedicated "to anyone who has ever been bullied," fell short and earned only 27 out of 30.