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DWTS Perfect Scores Awarded on Halloween Show

Milo Manheim and Witney Carson danced to "Toxic" by 2WEI. (YouTube/Dancing With The Stars)

By    |   Tuesday, 30 October 2018 02:12 PM

"Dancing with the Stars" contestants pulled out all the stops on Monday's Halloween Night show, which culminated in two perfect scores and a wealth of spooky fun.

The stage was set as the nine remaining contestants donned their most impressive Halloween costumes and hauled out their best dance moves to impress the judges, who also got into the swing of things by dressing up.

Len Goodman sported a Dracula outfit, while Carrie Ann Inaba tweeted a photo of herself resembling Morticia Addams.

However, it was Milo Manheim and Juan Di Pace's separate performances, which both earned perfect scores, that had tongues wagging, USA Today noted.

Manheim was up first with pro partner Witney Carson. The pair scored three "10s" for an asylum inspired contemporary dance performed to the musical backing of "Toxic" by 2WEI.

Not to be outdone, Di Pace earned perfect scores for the second time this season when he danced alongside pro partner Cheryl Burke to an Egyptian-themed jive to "Dead Man's Party" by Atwater Men's Club.

Someone had to be sent home though and, in the end, that person was Mary Lou Retton, who earned a 24 out of 30 for a school-themed tango to "Shame" by Elle King with pro-partner Sasha Farber, USA Today reported.

"This has been the time of my life. I hadn't challenged myself in decades, and now I challenged myself," she said following her elimination. "I'm off to a fresh new start."

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