It was a Disney-themed night on Monday's Dancing with the Stars – and it sure was magical.
The night, with guest judge Donny Osmond, produced a majority of high scores, including the first perfect 40 out of 40 of the season. But unlike during last week's partner switch-up night, this time one more couple was sent packing.
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After a breakout performance by Drew Carey on Dancing with the Stars, the host of The Price Is Right now says Disney week is going to be "really extra tough."
He's dancing the quickstep Monday with partner Cheryl Burke, and despite an encouraging 33-point score in partner-switchup week, he worries about his footwork – and everything else.
"I'm a 6 on a confidence and talent level," he told PEOPLE jokingly during a break in rehearsals Thursday.
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Candace Cameron Bure kicked off her career at age 10, starring in the popular series Full House. Since the series wrapped in '95, the actress got married, had three kids and wrote two books. She's been paired with two-time mirror ball winning champ for season 18 of Dancing with the Stars and she'll be sharing her experience with PEOPLE readers.
I'm so looking forward to tonight's show for many reasons.
Last week was the switch-up, where Tony [Dovolani] and I danced the quickstep. I have so many thoughts regarding the week in its entirety, but most importantly, I loved getting to know Tony. We had a blast together. The punk rock costume, hair and makeup was one of my favorites and overall I just felt great about our dance.
I will say that I was very disappointed in our scores. I felt like the dance went really well and I hit everything Tony was teaching me. I do understand that one of the connection points in my frame wasn't tight enough, but it wasn't something we focused on, so I was a bit confused. Now standing at the bottom of the leader board, I really hope my fans have pushed me through to another week. I really don't want to go home tonight!
Former Dancing with the Stars champion Peta Murgatroyd performed with Charlie White in partner-switch week, but is now back with James Maslow of Big Time Rush after his stint with Cheryl Burke. In her PEOPLE bog, Murgatroyd looks back on the partner shakeup, and ahead to Disney week.
If you watched Sunday's episode of Mad Men, you probably spotted a familiar face.
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Music filled Sunday's season finale of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, which included some high notes – and some low ones.
Kandi Burruss's musical, A Mother's Love, based on her life, loves and ongoing battles with her own mother, opened to a sold-out audience that not only such celebrities as Tyler Perry, but also Momma Joyce herself.
"Some of the things I couldn't say to my mother, I say in music," Burruss said. "As my mom is watching the show, I hope it makes her say … 'We can make this happy ending in real life.' "
Mad Men began its final season Sunday on AMC with a somber, even opaque episode that was probably a case of holding its final hand close to the vest. You hope there are some sensational cards there. Creator Matthew Weiner, whose baby this is, can be sensational or sensationally drab, exactly as he chooses.
The show's integrity is unmatched, admirable and every so often deeply irritating.
At any rate, I think it will be a while before anyone sings "Zou Bisou Bisou" again.