It was a night of surprises in week six of "Dancing With The Stars," from a perfect score of 30 for one celebrity couple to more shockingly, no elimination.
"Everyone take a deep breath and rest up," host Tom Bergeron announced to the ballroom, explaining the show decided to "discard all of the viewer votes and not eliminate anyone," due to technical problems last week.
Another shocker, the first perfect score of the season for actress Elizabeth Berkley Lauren. She got all 30 points for her Cha-Cha-Cha with professionl partner Val Chmerkovskiy.
"So sexy, it just killed me," said judge Bruno Tonioli.
"It was so clean, it was so sharp. It was brilliant," judge Carrie Ann Inaba agreed.
Switching things up for Monday night's performance, all couples had a second dance that was completely improvisational. They discovered the style of dance minutes before performing.
Cordin Bleu won the first round and Amber Riley won the second.
Currently at the top of the leader board is Berkley Lauren with 30 points. Comedian Bill Engvall is at the bottom with 23 points.