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DWTS: Which Couple Got A Perfect 30 –Twice!


Nov. 13 2012, Published 4:00 a.m. ET

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One of the final seven contestants delivered an amazing set of performances during Monday's edition of Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars, nailing it with a pair of perfect scores!

SPOILER: Who Was Perfect On Monday's Episode?

It's safe to say Melissa Rycroft has recovered from her injury: The former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader received two perfect, 30-point scores from the judges Monday after a phenomenal quickstep with partner Tony Dovolani, and a three-way paso doble with Dovolani and show troupe member Henry Byalikov.

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"It was like watching Ann Miller and Gene Kelly -- it was as good as the best America has ever produced," judge Bruno Tonioli told Rycroft, a one-time contestant on The Bachelor.

Len Goodman told her, "Of all of our celebrities, you impress me the most," while Carrie Ann Inaba told her, "You're on fire!"

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The week's twist saw the remaining competitors take the floor for two dances: a patriotic tribute to the troops in commemoration of Veterans Day, and a three-way Latin dance with an extra partner; the final scores were added to last week's totals, causing scores to skyrocket into the 90s.

For the evening, the full totals were: Melissa and Tony (99); Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough (93.5); Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke (92.5); Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy (92.5); Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd (92); Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff (91.5); and Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy (79).

Two of the seven remaining contestants are headed home when Dancing with the Stars returns to ABC Tuesday at 8/7c.



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