During week four of the dance competition show, Hannah Brown and her pro partner, Alan Bersten, wowed the audience (and the judges) with a passionate Paso Doble set to "I Love It" by Icona Pop.
Hannah looked totally in her element from start to finish, wearing black from head-to-toe and showing off a more serious side.
Judge Carrie Ann Inaba called it "so passionate and delightful," while Bruno Tonioli said "the sexy beast is out of the cage ... it was drop-dead gorgeous!" The dance duo received a score of 32/40 from the judges.
The pre-taped package that played before Hannah and Alan's dance was just as entertaining. First, Hannah reacted to the comments she received from Carrie Ann about her Bridesmaids-themed Rumba looking "more like a cheerleading dance" during last week's Movie Night.
"Carrie Ann's comment was hurtful, but there was some truth to it," the former Miss Alabama admitted. "In the pageant world, I was taught to put on this plastic smile. Even when times are tough, I learn to hide behind the smile."
Because of those critiques (and the fact that they were challenged with the Paso Doble this week), Alan implemented a "no smiling" rule in rehearsals. The two paid a trip to Los Angeles' Rage Underground "anger room," where they got to smash objects and freely release aggression.
"These are all my ex-boyfriends," Hannah joked, as she screamed and smashed glass bottles in the room.
"As we move into rehearsals for week four, Hannah and I are going to focus on all of the critiques that the judges gave us," he added. "We are also going to focus on getting Hannah more confident. I want her to grow every week, and so far she has been."