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If you weren't in the Halloween spirit before, you're going to be after this!
Dancing with the Stars' spooooky episode this week was complete with cobwebby dances and the ominous music we love this time of year.
Oh, and of course there was some great dancing too. In fact, we saw the first team dances of the season, along with an elimination!
In one of the most feared episodes of the season, last night's Dancing With the Stars saw the return of the annual partner switch-up!
For the past two seasons, DWTS has added a challenge to the competition where for one week, each celeb gets a new professional partner to dance with, and be judged on.
But for the third straight week, Len Goodman was nowhere to be seen, leaving Jessie J as his capable replacement.
And that wasn't all she did. After a quick intro recapping last week's episode and this week's theme, Jessie kicked off the night with a mash-up of the first two singles from her new album, Bang Bang and Burnin' Up!
It's that time of year!
For the past two seasons, Dancing With the Stars has held its annual "Switch Up Challenge."
And this season is no different!
After four weeks of bonding and dancing with their professional partners, our celebrities are getting out of their comfort zones and learning choreography from a completely new teacher.
Last night was all about the most important years of everyone's lives last night on Dancing With the Stars, but for one celeb, their dream of winning the Mirrorball Trophy came to an end.
Len Goodman was out again this week, but instead of having a guest judge like Kevin Hart, America got to vote for what they thought the fourth score for each contestant should be!
Our favorites of the night included Janel Parrish & Val Chmerkovskiy's near-perfect Rumba, Lea Thompson & Artem Chigvintsev's Contemporary, and, most obviously, Alfonso Ribeiro & Whitney Carson's perfect-scoring Jazz number.
Wanna know why it was our favorite dance of the night?
Because Alfonso FINALLY brought out the Carlton!
Kevin Hart joined the judging panel for "Movie Night" where each celeb picked a song from their favorite movie and/or Disney staple.
Kevin had a little help in the form of Frozen's Josh Gad as they did a quick opening number set to Grease!
The two-hour episode began with a group number that featured not only the celebrities and their partners, but the judges got to get in on the action too!
That's right, Julianne Hough and Co. each picked three of the Top 12 to dance a small section with, and it was a pretty solid way to start off the night.
The rest of the night, dubbed #MyJamMonday, was all about