'DWTS' Week 6 Recap: Halloween Night Kicks Off and Concludes With Perfect Score
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Meanwhile, one pair was eliminated at the end of the Monday, October 29 episode of current season 27.

AceShowbiz - "Dancing with the Stars" brought in horror to the ballroom on Halloween Night in Monday, October 29 episode of current season 27. So far, the show has eliminated Nikki Glaser, Danelle Umstead, Nancy McKeon and Tinashe, and more celebrity would be sent home at the end of the episode.

The first performer that night were Milo Manheim and Witney Carson, dancing a Contemporary to "Toxic" by 2WEI. Despite not being a fan of jazz and contemporary, Len Goodman thought this routine was "spellbinding," adding, "Your acting skills came right to the fore." Carrie Ann Idaba dubbed it a "maturely nuanced performance" and praised Milo's control. The judges gave him a perfect score of 30!

John Schneider and Emma Slater followed it up with a Paso Doble to "Main Titles" from "Beetlejuice" by Ray Chew Live. Bruno Tonioli commented, "You've lost the refinement and the timing," while Carrie Ann added that "this was maybe one of your roughest performances." He got a 19 out of 30.

DeMarcus Ware and Lindsay Arnold did a Salsa to "Under Your Spell" by Leo Soul. Carrie Ann thought he "lit up the ballroom" as she loved his lifts. On the other hand, Bruno said that his performance was "tidy and in sync with the other dancers." DeMarcus got a 26.

Up next were Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe. They opted for a Tango to "Disturbia" by Rihanna. Len praised Evanna for the routine, saying, "You sold the whole dance. It was full-on." Bruno added, "She went from a tame pussycat to a wild panther … The lines were absolutely beautiful. You placed it impeccably." Evanna earned a near-perfect score as the judges gave her a 29.

Dancing an Argentine Tango to "Mr. Sandman" by SYML were Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess. Carrie Ann admitted that the routine was his "best dance so far … What you did tonight mesmerized me." Bobby earned a 22.

Performing next were Mary Lou Retton and Sasha Farber. The two joined forces to dance a Tango to "Shame" by Elle King. While Carry Ann praised Mary Lou for channeling all her energy on the routine, she noted, "The dance got away from you … It was a bit heavy to me." Bruno, meanwhile, said, "You delivered whats on the menu," though he noticed that she went back into that "bad habit" with her high shoulders. They got a 24.

Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten did a Jazz to "Candyman" by Christina Aguilera. Len loved the performance, commenting, "Candy is dandy, and so was that performance … A lot of content, a lot of fun." Carrie Ann agreed, saying that she "lights up" the room in such a "sweet way." The judges gave her a 27.

Joe Amabile and Jenna Johnson later hit the ballroom, performing an Argentine Tango to "El Tango de Roxanne" from "Moulin Rouge!". Carrie Ann admitted that she's blown away by his huge change. Len also said that it was his best dance. Joe earned a 22.

Final performance was by Juan Pablo Di Pace and Cheryl Burke. The pair did a Jive to "Dead Man's Party" by Atwater Men's Club. "You got the balance right between the theme and the technique … You got the wow or the performance. I saw nothing I didn't like," Len raved. Tying with Milo, Juan also got a perfect score.

Later, it was revealed that Mary Lou & Sasha and Alexis & Alan were in jeopardy. It turned out Mary Lou and Sasha were eliminated. This has been the time of my life. I hadn't challenged myself in decades, and now I challenged myself," Mary Lou said after the elimination. "I'm off to a fresh new start."

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