We're just one week away from the Dancing with the Stars season finale, and Monday's installment of the veteran reality series sent another two couples home.
As has been the case with this series for quite some time, the viewer votes can help bridge the gap to allow more marginal performers to make it to the end.
But we're pretty sure the stunning blindside at the close of this two-hour installment will go down as one of the most shocking eliminations to date.
Let's break down the performances, shall we?
Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess
Bobby and Sharna's first performance was the Salsa to "GDFR" by Flo Rida. It was a random song choice for sure, and it only showed viewers that Bobby was one of the weaker performers.
Poor Sharna has been trying to make Bobby a little less wooden over the weeks, but he's peaked. They scored 21/30 for that one.
Thankfully, their Jive to "Gimme Some Lovin" by The Spencer Davis Group was a little bit better. Len showed up in the rehearsal to make Bobby a little less wooden.
For this performance, it definitely helped the couple out because they earned their highest score yet thanks to the judges. It was a 24/30.
Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten
Everyone loves a good love story, right?
Ever since Alexis and Alan turned up the heat to reveal they were an item, the viewers have lapped up every single performance.
Their Waltz to "Water" by Bishop Briggs was not one of their best, and Len noticed the glaring issue right off the bat. They went for style over substance.
Still, they garnered a 28/30 score from it, so not too shabby.
However, their Jive to "Yes" by Merry Clayton brought them a lot of praise. It was a lot better than their first jive of the season, so it helped highlight the growth the couple has experienced.
Yes, they got a perfect score!
Joe Amabile and Jenna Johnson
We're beginning to think Joe may have had a better chance if he competed on Dancing with the Stars: Juniors. He comes across as immature, and that might have earned him some more leeway with a different set of coaches.
He and Jenna went with a somewhat romantic number, and it snagged them 22/30.
The good news is that Joe has started to improve, but it could be too little, too late. The Quickstep to "Check It Out" by Oh the Larceny was certainly one of his best-received numbers to date.
However, it was a 24/30 score, and most of the other performers have pulled in multiple perfect scores.
Juan Pablo Di Pace and Cheryl Burke
We're not getting ahead of ourselves here:
Juan Pablo and Cheryl have been the ones to watch all season long. Most of their performances have been flawless, and that continued with their Argentine Tango and Salsa.
There's nothing to say about them we've not said before. They're outstanding, and they secured another two perfect scores.
Surely they should have a guaranteed spot in the finale, right?
Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe
Evanna and Keo started the season off in the middle of the pack, but they shifted the needle in a big way midseason.
The Contemporary to "Stand Up for Something" by Andra Day. Evanna dedicated the stunning performance to her late friend and director Simon Fitzmaurice, who helped shape Evanna into the fine young woman she is today.
It landed her and Keo another perfect score!
Sadly, their follow-up performance wasn't quite as solid according to the judges. The Foxtrot is fast-paced, so some of the best dancers struggle with it.
They garnered a 28/30 score.
Milo Manheim and Witney Carson
Milo and Witney have been up there with Juan Pablo and Cheryl from the get-go, so the big surprise here is that neither of the two performances got a perfect score.
Milo dedicated the Argentine Tango to his mother, and it was one of the best of the night. Len admitted that it was difficult to grade a performance that came after Juan Pablo's showstopper.
Surely that's not grounds to dock points for another solid performance. In any case, it was a 27/30 score.
The couple's Cha Cha was similarly solid, but they still missed out on a perfect score. Yes, we wish we were kidding here.
They got a 28/30.
Joe and Jenna, Alexis and Alan, and Juan Pablo and Cheryl were all revealed to be in jeopardy. It was a true stunner because Bobby and Sharna should have been in the bottom three.
In the end, Joe and Jenna and Juan Pablo and Cheryl lost their places ahead of the finale.
It was another installment that showed the importance of the viewer vote!
Dancing with the Stars concludes Monday on ABC.