Dancing with the Stars 2012 continued March 26 with a second week of supercharged dance action from season 14's celebrity/professional couples. Disney kid Roshon Fegan kicked off the show with an undeniably chipper Quickstep that tied him for the top spot on the week two leaderboard and earned him the title of "little prince."
The swag-o-rrific Roshon and partner Chelsie Hightower, who burst onto the competition scene with a strong week one Cha Cha Cha, worked to refine the actor's moves to "prince-like" quality during rehearsals.
Fortunately for the youthful duo, the hard work paid off in spades. Looking slick in a black tux, Roshon led Chelsie around the dance floor to the tune of Good Charlotte's "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous." The dance was fast and surprisingly precise, and Roshon kept his usual swagger well in check.
The judges were impressed. Len Goodman praised the routine as "young" and "fresh." Bruno Tonioli said Roshon had "more sparks than a bolt of lightning" and called him --and the dance-- "delicious." Carrie Ann Inaba loved his technique, and dubbed him her "little prince."
Roshon and Chelsie earned an impressive 26 points for their Quickstep, which ties them with opera singer Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas on the DWTS week 2 leaderboard. Combining that score with their week one total of 23 points, the pair is in good position to stick around for another week heading into Tuesday's elimination show.
Tune in to the March 27 Dancing with the Stars 2012 results show at 9 p.m. ET/PT to see if Roshon Fegan makes it to week three of the competition.