It's Semifinals Night on Dancing With the Stars, and ET will be live blogging all of the night's biggest moments!
Kicking off Monday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, we'll be recapping the entire show as the six remaining contestants give it their all in hopes of impressing the judges (and America). Each dance duo will perform twice -- first, a redemption dance in a style they struggled with earlier in the season, followed by a new style they have yet to showcase. Then, at the end of the show, two couples will go home as the night wraps up with a double elimination.
Before all the fun begins, here's a sneak peek look at what the remaining celebrities and their pro partners will be dancing to, and how they're gearing up for show day with help from their mentors!
It's time to reveal who's going home, and who's going to the finals.
— Johnny & Britt
— Skai & Alan
— Justina & Sasha
Johnny & Britt are eliminated for lowest scores/lowest fan votes. It's between Skai & Alan and Justina & Sasha for the judge's save -- and it goes to Justina & Sasha.
Skai & Alan have been eliminated, while Justina & Sasha are heading to the finals.
Kaitlyn's Emotional Contemporary Earns Another Perfect Score
Kaitlyn gets ready for her second dance, and it's emotional. It's a Contemporary to "Cowboy Take Me Away" by The Chicks, which she is dancing in honor of her late friend, Lindsay.
Lindsay died tragically in a car accident at age 18, but she's still in Kaitlyn's heart. "It's been 17 years since we lost Lindsay, but I think about her every day. If she could see me tonight, I know she would be so proud," Kaitlyn says.
Kaitlyn and Artem's dance has the judges in awe.
"Tonight's semi-finals, all of you, this has been an incredible night!" Carrie Ann begins. "Kaitlyn, your friend Lindsay is smiling down on you... this is the dance I knew you would be incredible at."
"My favorite part about the show is telling stories," Derek says. "You'll always have this for your friend, and for yourself."
"My darling, powerful, beautiful, another fantastic dance," Bruno agrees, before praising the show's staff for making the show happen.
Kaitlyn notes how supportive people have been, reminding her that vulnerability creates connection.
She and Artem receive three 10s -- 30/30 for their second dance, and 60/60 for their total score.
Nelly and Daniella Get Feisty -- and It Pays Off!
Nelly admits his second dance -- Jive to "Jump Jive An’ Wail" by The Brian Setzer Orchestra -- is "super tough."
He and Daniella get a little feisty in rehearsals, and Nelly's hoping it pays off.
The dance gets Bruno out of his chair -- and the other judges follow. "I can't believe it! Nelly, you nailed it!" Bruno raves. "What a job!"
"Daniella, amazing job, but Nelly, what happened? This was incredible! This is the breakthrough!" Carrie Ann yells. "I'm going to calm down and compose myself, but Nelly, amazing job!"
Derek tells Nelly and Daniella to have drama more often. "It seemed to work!" he notes. "Well done!"
Nelly and Daniella earn three 10s -- a score of 30/30!
Nev & Jenna Solidify Their Spot in the Finals
Nev and Jenna perform their second dance of the night, a Contemporary to "If the World Was Ending" by JP Saxe and Julia Michaels.
It's visually stunning and delicate -- and the judges are totally into it.
"I forgot to judge, honestly," Derek admits. "This is just so wonderful to witness and to watch... you aced it. That was phenomenal."
"I mean, come on Nev. You've done this before. You cannot be that good!" Bruno teases. "There wasn't a detail that wasn't exactly on point and on purpose."
Carrie Ann gives a special shout out to Jenna. "That choreography was amazing," she says. "Well done."
Nev and Jenna get 10s across the board -- 30/30 for these two!
Johnny & Britt Earn a Perfect Score
Johnny prepares to hit the floor for his second dance with Britt, a Jazz to "I Lived" by OneRepublic. The Olympian opens up about how much he missed performing, and how crushing it would be to go home now.
So, he and Britt give the dance their all. "I loved it, this was amazing," Carrie Ann says.
"I want to give it an 11!" Derek says.
Bruno is in agreement. "It was completely you, very dynamic, very musical. But what I really, really... everything I love was there," he shares.
Johnny offers props to this season's celebs and pros for raising the bar before receiving his scores -- three 10s! Another perfect score!
Skai and Alan Earn a Perfect Score
For their second dance, Skai and Alan perform a Viennese Waltz to "Lonely" by Noah Cyrus, and the Disney star notes how she relates to the song, feeling lonely as a kid.
"I want to show other young girls you can put anything you put your mind to," she says. "Just go out there and kill it."
The elegant dance has the judges impressed. "You were telling a story like you've never done before, without ever losing the wonderful weightless flow," Bruno says. "You killed it!"
"You are an exceptional young woman... you do not stop fighting ever," Carrie Ann adds. "Tonight, you expressed your vulnerability, and it just took the dance to the next level."
The big night is here! And we're kicking off with the stars taking calls from some of their biggest fans.
Kaitlyn and Skai share cute moments with their callers, while Nev takes it upon himself to suggest a bundled home and auto insurance policy.
Ahead of Monday's night show, head here to read everything the semifinalists told ET about how they're feeling going into week 10 of the competition, what a win would mean for them, their strategies for securing the mirrorball trophy and more.