Dancing with the Stars Halloween Night was a chilling evening full of frights, delights, and spooky surprises! From Frankenstein's Monster to Egyptian royalty to undead reunions, the routines embraced the whimsy of this inventive holiday. (And, as host Tom Bergeron remarked, the night also featured a whole lot of neck-snapping.) Here's a recap of Halloween Night, including the scores and what judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli had to say about all the ghoulish performances.
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Milo & Witney: Milo and Witney opened the show with a truly chilling Contemporary routine. Their dance completely impressed the judges, even Len, who called it "spellbinding." The judges awarded Milo and Witney three 10s for a perfect 30 out of 30!
Milo & Witney's Spellbinding Contemporary
John & Emma: Bruno was impressed with John's passion for the dance but pointed out there were lots of mistakes. Carrie Ann called it one of his roughest performances! Len thought everything they did in hold was fantastic, but also had some constructive criticism. The pair received a 6, a 7, and a 6 for a total of 19 out of 30.
DeMarcus & Lindsay: "You lit up the ballroom tonight with that," said Carrie Ann. She loved DeMarcus's lifts, as always. Their scary cemetery Salsa earned them an 8, a 9, and a 9 for a total of 26 out of 30.
Evanna & Keo: Evanna and Keo turned up the intensity this week with their Tango performance. "The lines were absolutely beautiful," said Bruno. "Evanna's on fire!" cheered Carrie Ann. Evanna and Keo received a 10, a 9, and another 10 for a total score of 29 out 30.
Evanna & Keo's Black Cat Tango
Bobby & Sharna: "That was your best dance so far," Carrie Ann told Bobby. Bruno and Len would have liked more Argentine Tango in the dance, but both liked the performance and the storytelling. They received an 8, a 7, and another 7 for a score of 22 out of 30.
Mary Lou & Sasha: Mary Lou and Sasha's dreadful detention dance suffered a little from her emotional week, but Bruno and Len liked that there was a lot of solid Tango content. Mary Lou and Sasha got three 8s for a total of 24 out of 30.
Mary Lou & Sasha's Spooky Tango
Grocery Store Joe & Jenna: "For me, Joe, that was your best dance! Well done," Len said. Carrie Ann and Bruno were also impressed with the improvement he showed this week, after a particularly frightening visit to the Haunted Hayride which made him want to commit to his Frankenstein character. Joe and Jenna received their highest scores yet with an 8 and two 7s, for a total of 22 out of 30!
Juan Pablo & Cheryl: "That was just sheer perfection," said Carrie Ann. Len also loved it, and approved of the balance between the theme and the dance. "Perfection all the way through!" added Bruno. The duo received their second perfect score of the competition, 30 out of 30!
The couples in jeopardy were Mary Lou and Sasha and Alexis and Alan, and Mary Lou and Sasha were eliminated. Watch the tense moment now: