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.
We're guessing even Ariel herself would have been jealous.
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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