Rumer Willis channels Ursula for an amazing 'DWTS' routine

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It was Disney week on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday, and the creativity of the performances certainly didn't disappoint.

But there was one routine in particular that was especially, well, wicked.

"You poor unfortunate soul, go ahead! Make your choice! I'm a very busy woman, and I haven't got all day. It won't cost much, just your voice! You poor unfortunate soul."

Yup, Rumer Willis and her pro partner Val totally slayed their "Little Mermaid"-inspired performance, much to the delight of the audience and the judges.

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SEATTLE, WA - JULY 09: Season 20 champions Valentin Chmerkovskiy and Rumer Willis of Dancing With The Stars: Live! speak on stage at McCaw Hall on July 9, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Mat Hayward/Getty Images)
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2007' - The seven remaining couples performed an iconic number from a different time period on 'Era's Night,' on 'Dancing with the Stars, MONDAY, APRIL 27 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on ABC. The couple with the highest overall score of the night was granted immunity from elimination. The remaining couples then competed in a dance-off to earn extra judges' points in an effort to increase their overall score. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) VAL CHMERKOVSKIY, RUMER WILLIS
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2008' -- The six remaining couples on 'Dancing with the Stars' danced to a song and dance style voted on by viewers for 'AMERICA'S CHOICE' night on MONDAY, MAY 4 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET). America had creative control of the couples' first dance, asking fans throughout the week via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for their input on wardrobe, set design and visual effects. Each couple performed two full routines including an individual original dance and a trio dance. For the trio dance, couples had the opportunity to pick an eliminated pro or troupe member to enhance their performance and highlight the strengths of each star. The trio dance styles include the Jive, Paso Doble, Samba and Salsa. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) RUMER WILLIS, VAL CHMERKOVSKIY
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2007' - The seven remaining couples performed an iconic number from a different time period on 'Era's Night,' on 'Dancing with the Stars, MONDAY, APRIL 27 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on ABC. The couple with the highest overall score of the night was granted immunity from elimination. The remaining couples then competed in a dance-off to earn extra judges' points in an effort to increase their overall score. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) RUMER WILLIS, VAL CHMERKOVSKIY
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2002' - It was #myjammonday this week on 'Dancing with the Stars.' Celebrity couples danced to their favorite jams on MONDAY, MARCH 23 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Each couple performed a variety of dances including the Cha Cha, Salsa, Rumba, and Argentine Tango vying for America's vote. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) VAL CHMERKOVSKIY, RUMER WILLIS
After weeks of competitive dancing, the three remaining couples advanced to the FINALS of "Dancing with the Stars" MONDAY, MAY 18. (ABC/Adam Taylor)
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2003' - Rumer Willis stunned in a disco-inspired salsa. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) 
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2003' - Rumer Willis stunned in a disco-inspired salsa. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) 
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2003' - Rumer Willis stunned in a disco-inspired salsa. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) 
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2005' - 'Dancing with the Stars' marked the halfway point of the competition with its biggest show yet, 'Disney Night,' with all new celebrity performances MONDAY, APRIL 13 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. The show began with an opening number featuring all your favorite live action and animated Disney characters dancing with the entire cast. Each couple then performed to songs from Walt Disney Animation Studios films. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) RUMER WILLIS, VAL CHMERKOVSKIY
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2005' - 'Dancing with the Stars' marked the halfway point of the competition with its biggest show yet, 'Disney Night,' with all new celebrity performances MONDAY, APRIL 13 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. The show began with an opening number featuring all your favorite live action and animated Disney characters dancing with the entire cast. Each couple then performed to songs from Walt Disney Animation Studios films. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) RUMER WILLIS, VAL CHMERKOVSKIY
DANCING WITH THE STARS - 'Episode 2005' - 'Dancing with the Stars' marked the halfway point of the competition with its biggest show yet, 'Disney Night,' with all new celebrity performances MONDAY, APRIL 13 (8:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. The show began with an opening number featuring all your favorite live action and animated Disney characters dancing with the entire cast. Each couple then performed to songs from Walt Disney Animation Studios films. (Photo by Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images) LINDSAY ARNOLD, ALAN BERSTEN, RUMER WILLIS, VAL CHMERKOVSKIY, SASHA FARBER, JENNA JOHNSON
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We're guessing even Ariel herself would have been jealous.

"Oh my gosh!"

USA Today called Rumer's routine "scary (good)" and declared the duo is "a sure bet to be vying for the mirrorball trophy."

And BuddyTV called the Disney-themed episode the "most magical night of the year."

But not every performance was as magical as Rumer's, and there was a not-so-surprising elimination at the end of the night - Suzanne Somers.

As The Wall Street Journal pointed out, Suzanne and Tony faced some trouble from the very beginning of the competition.

"[Suzanne] looks and acts younger than [68 years old], but she never captured the buzz an even-older woman, Patti LaBelle, grabbed ... That, combined with scores on the low end of the leaderboard week in and week out, spelled doom for Suzanne and Tony..." Ouch.

Hopefully, the rest of our favorite contenders won't face the same fate. You can catch yet another action-packed episode of "Dancing With the Stars" next Monday on ABC.

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