It's official: Katherine Jenkins can sing and dance.
The Welsh mezzo-soprano stunner went 60 for 60 on Monday, amazing the judging trio of Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and Len Goodman with a paso doble and a freestyle that were simply divine.
"That was a dance of a champion," Carrie Ann told Katherine after her freestyle. "You are a champion."
Not to be outdone, William Levy's 30-point cha cha and 29-point freestyle wowed on the year's penultimate outing.
While Len called the "Cuban Brad Pitt's" first dance "as good as I've ever seen in 14 seasons," he cost them perfection by only awarding nine points on the freestyle, as he said it was too "predictable."
It's safe to say Green Bay Packer Donald Driver has proven his worth in crunch time on the gridiron, and did it again in the ballroom Monday with a 29-point tango and 30-point freestyle that leaves him in solid standing as the show's proverbial Super Bowl kicks off Tuesday.
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Carrie Anne called Driver's freestyle "by far, my favorite dance tonight."
This season began with a cast of Martina Navratilova, Gavin DeGraw, Jack Wagner, Jaleel White, Sherri Shepherd, Melissa Gilbert, Roshon Fegan, Maria Menounos and Gladys Knight.
Someone's going home with the mirror-ball trophy when Dancing with the Stars' season finale airs on ABC Tuesday at 9/8c.