Just one week after an incident targeting Ryan Lochte marred the "Dancing with the Stars" season premiere, things were back to normal in the ballroom -- with enhanced security, of course.

"Little Women LA" star Terra Jole told FOX411 after Monday night's week two show, "It was nice—before the show, we had a safety meeting and letting everybody know that there was additional security on set, which was very reassuring."

The show must go on, and it did, very smoothly, with all of the celebrities dancing to famous TV theme songs.

Gymnast Laurie Hernandez got the high score of the night of 32 out of 40 with partner Val Chmerkovskiy as Judge Len Goodman called her "Duck Tales" jive "Full of snap, crackle, and pop." With two strong scores in two weeks, she now cumulatively leads the field.

Jole and partner Sasha Farber delighted the judges with their quickstep to the "Bewitched" theme, getting a score of 31, second highest of the night.

The first little person to do "DWTS" said, "It was really quite surreal overall to be in that character and to be framed with an average sized partner. I'm just so happy."

Argentine tango was very good for Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and his pro Allison Holker, who danced to "The X Files" theme and grabbed 30 points.

Marilu Henner said about her dance with Derek Hough (to, naturally, the theme from "Taxi"), "I'm learning things I've never done before and I'm so excited to make myself vulnerable to a situation."   She and Hough garnered a score of 29 for the foxtrot; "One Tree Hill" star Jana Kramer danced to her TV theme and also got a 29, tango-ing with Gleb Savchenko.

Despite limited rehearsal time because of his racing duties, James Hinchcliffe and his partner Sharna Burgess got 29 for a Paso Doble set to "The Walking Dead" theme. Hinchcliffe shrugged to reporters afterwards, "I have next to no natural dancing ability, but I'm a hard worker."

Model/talk show hostess Amber Rose slipped during her "Game of Thrones" inspired Viennese waltz with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, receiving 24 points.

"It's difficult because you have quite a few million eyes on you, live TV…the floor is slippery, the big guy is throwing me around," Rose told reporters. "But we're having a great time."

When asked how baby planning is going with his pregnant fiancée, "DWTS" pro Peta Murgatroyd, Maks told FOX411, "Short of the belly rub, what else am I doing? She's just a very strong, independent character and…it's not like 'I want this and I want that.'

"The body parts are getting bigger and…we got lucky, she never really threw up…but she would just feel yucky, 'I don't know what's with wrong with me.' I'd be like, 'We know exactly what it is you're pregnant and congratulations, 'I'm going to go work,'" Maks laughed.

Murgatroyd, who sat out this season because of her pregnancy, has had a good one, Maks said, because of "the years of fitness and dieting and the right type of food. She's not going through any sort of toxic events and she's not sick. She's just pregnant the way nature intended it because we're not getting in the way of it with sh---y foods…plus, she doesn't having cravings of Burger King or McDonalds, junk food. She has cravings of like five star restaurants, 100 percent grass fed."

Meanwhile, former Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is dancing for veterans' causes, improved this week, receiving a 22 for his "Green Acres" quickstep with Emma Slater.

Perry revealed to FOX411 his buddy Donald Trump watched his week one dance. "I talked to him last week, he called and was flying between one stop and another and said, 'Hey, I just saw your performance.' I'm sure it was a delayed feed, but he said, 'You did a good job. Keep it up!' "

Despite support from The Donald, Perry has the lowest combined score of the competition, 42 out of 80, and looks in danger for Tuesday night, the season's first elimination show.