One of Dancing With the Stars' most controversial seasons in history is coming down the home stretch, and it's still anyone's title to grab.
Just not one of the favorites.
Oh yes. Having already seen the elimination of Heather Morris, we were treated to another results shocker Monday night on the parquet.
Rashad Jennings, David Ross, Normani Kordei and Simone Biles have made it to the final four, vying to join the illustrious list of winners.
This week, the fab four and their respective partners would dance twice, and one dancer would be sent home before next week's finale.
Let's see how they did ... and stunning Dancing with the Stars results awaited us at the end of the night (this was a real doozy, people).
David Ross and Lindsay Arnold
Unquestionably the weakest of the final four (still, to even make the final four is impressive), the ballplayer struggled a touch on the Foxtrot.
Just the same, he's progressed so much, and his tango to "Castle on a Hill" was up there with the most memorable routines of the year.
Judges Challenge: 34/40
Unlearned Dance: 36/40
Normani Kordei and Valentin Chmerkovskiy
The Fifth Harmony member stumbled a bit during her Viennese Waltz, but that was barely perceptible. But then she achieved perfection.
Her jazz routine set to "What a Wonderful World" earned a standing ovation and was as good as any routine on any season.
Judges Challenge: 36/40
Unlearned Dance: 40/40
Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater
The NFL running back turned in a strong rumba, and an even stronger quickstep, continuing to show improvement week in and week out.
A dark horse contender to win this thing, he's flown under the radar at times, but showed real grit, charisma and progression as well.
That's a formula for a Mirror Ball.
Judges Challenge: 38/40
Unlearned Dance: 39/40
Simone Biles and Sasha Farber
After last week’s iconic “smiling doesn’t win gold medals” comment, Simone set out to have some fun doing the jive, and she delivered.
Biles landed her first perfect score, then added another in the form of a rumba that also showcased her personality and her talents.
Judges Challenge: 40/40
Unlearned Dance: 40/40
So naturally, at the end of Monday's episode, Simone was the one to be sent home. We wish we were kidding, but that's DWTS for you.
After Heather Morris' exit, and to a degree Nancy Kerrigan's, Simone looked all but assured of a place in this season's final four.
We know, two shocking ousters shouldn't preclude a third, but given her place among these four, how could she not make it?
Then to put together an 80/80 on top of that ... what gives? Apparently, David Ross' votes outweighed Biles' in spite of all that.
Half of the scores that determine who gets voted off come from fans, so Ross must have accumulated A LOT more of those.
Shame. Brandy's exit back in Season 11, and perhaps Morris' a few weeks earlier this spring, were equally bad, but this? This?
It may go down as the strangest of the strange Dancing With the Stars results we've seen over the show's 24 seasons on air.