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Bonner Bolton & Sharna Burgess Transform Bruno Mars' That’s What I Like Into A Raunchy Jazz Number — But Was It Enough To Save Their Spot On DWTS?

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Dancing With The Stars is now down to its last four celebs!

On Monday, fans were forced to say goodbye to another contestant after the remaining five stars and their partners danced their hearts out, not once, but twice! In addition to the expected weekly duet, the dance partners were tasked with choreographing a Trio Dance.

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While Rashad Jennings, Simone Biles, and David Ross all danced solid numbers, Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei once again was the standout of the night. The pop starlet wowed the judges as she and partner Val Chmerkovskiy took on a contemporary routine inspired by her experiences with cyber bullying. Girl, you've got us grabbing for the tissue box!

Sadly, Bonner Bolton was the clear underdog for the evening as he and Sharna Burgess failed to pull off their duet and then proceeded to dance a pretty seXXXy jazz number to Bruno Mars' That's What I Like. Although some of the viewers may've found the routine hot, the judges were NOT about it and dubbed it too "raunchy."

Speaking of the Trio numbers, it seems like the judges weren't necessarily on board with any of the second dances — despite giving out two scores of 39.

Be sure to ch-ch-check out the HIGHlights from Monday's episode and discover who was sent home (below)!

Solid Duets

The Trios

Bonner Just Can't Keep Up

The Elimination

[Image via ABC/YouTube.]

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