*Caution: DWTS spoilers ahead!*
Dancing With the Starscelebrated Broadway hits on Monday, and the contestants delivered some of their best performances of the season. However, even with some truly stellar dances, someone still had to go home.
With only six couples remaining, just two ended up in jeopardy: Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko, as well as Marilu Henner and Derek Hough.
It wasn't difficult to predict who would be getting the axe between the two couples – Kramer and Savchenko delivered one of the night’s three perfect-scoring performances -- and when host Tom Bergeron announced Henner and Hough had been eliminated, the 64-year-old actress clearly wasn't surprised.
"I've had such a blast, and it's such an incredible family here," Henner told DWTS co-host Erin Andrews after hugging her fellow contestants. "[It's been] such a gift."
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Despite landing on the chopping block, Kramer and Savchenko delivered one of the night's standout performances with their waltz set to Sara Bareilles' "She Used to Be Mine" from the musical Waitress. The beautiful routine was even more impressive considering Savchenko suffered a knee injury during the week.
Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, also slayed, nabbing their third perfect score of the season with a stunning Argentine tango set to the iconic Chicago number "Cell Block Tango."
Decked out in a semi-sheer black lace unitard, the 16-year-old Olympic gold medalist delivered an amazing, mature performance opposite her 30-year-old Ukrainian partner, and the judges were blown away by the skillful execution and musicality.
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Finally, the third perfect score of the night came during the team dances when Kramer, Savchenko, Hernandez and Chmerkovskiy joined forces for a contemporary routine set to Sia's "Bird Set Free," which served as the best closing number any show could hope for.
The race continues to get tighter every week, and there's really no way to tell who will have the upper hand as the race for the Mirror Ball Trophy heats up. Considering the lowest score of the night was 36 out of 40 -- a stellar score in any other week -- season 23 is still anyone's game.
Last week, Hernandez and Chmerkovskiy delivered an amazing performance that ended up making everyone -- including the judges and each other -- break out in tears. Check out their beautiful dance in the video below.