16-year-old Auli'i Cravalho from Disney's 'Moana' sings live on 'Dancing with the Stars'


How far will she go? All the way to ABC Studios!

16-year-old Auli'i Cravalho was a special guest on Monday's "Dancing with the Stars," taking to the famous stage to perform her breakout song from Disney's "Moana." As she sang "How Far I'll Go," competitor Simone Biles and pro partner Sasha Farber nailed a contemporary routine set to the number.

Although she was singing Moana's song, Cravalho stayed out of character for the evening, instead letting Biles channel the Disney heroine. Biles played up the island vibes in a coral sequin top and fabric headband -- and even rocked Moana's signature long wavy hair!

The result? Biles and Farber earned two 9s and two 10s for a total score of 38 out of 40, putting them in second place for the night behind Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy.

In February, Cravalho performed the same tune at the Academy Awards, where it was up for Best Original Song. And while nothing can top that, "DWTS" came close! The talented shared some behind-the-scenes photos on her Instagram, and she couldn't have been prouder of the dancing duo: "@sashafarber1 and @simonebiles were ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE ❤👌🏼🔥 So honored to have met you both!!!" she wrote.

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