Noah Galloway rocks 'DWTS' routine without prosthetic arm

Noah Galloway Rocks 'DWTS' Routine Without Prosthetic Arm
Noah Galloway Rocks 'DWTS' Routine Without Prosthetic Arm

Army veteran Noah Galloway overcame yet another big obstacle to absolutely wow the judges and the audience on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday night.

The competition's Latin Night was supposed to be the first time Noah would dance with a new prosthetic left arm so he would have a complete frame for their Argentine tango.

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But after trying it out in rehearsal last week...

"It stresses me out, because I haven't worn an arm. I hate the BLEEPING arm. I'd rather not wear it," said Noah Galloway on "Dancing With the Stars."

But even without the prosthetic arm, Noah and partner Sharna Burgess totally nailed their difficult and beautiful performance.

"If you gave me a chance, I would take it. It's a shot in the dark, but I'll make it."

Those incredible lifts, sizzling chemistry and amazing choreography had the audience on their feet and cheering during the entire routine.

And the judges were just as impressed. Julianne dubbed it the best dance they've ever done, and Len even called Noah his hero.

But even though Monday night's performance was a huge success, Noah isn't opposed to giving the prosthetic arm another try soon.

He said in an interview with People, "Because this all happened so quickly, I wasn't used to wearing an arm and didn't have time to adapt to the new technology. ... I just need more time with it before I'm ready to use it in a dance."

Well, with or without the arm, we can't wait to see what Noah and Sharna will do next week.