Monday, October 17 was Latin Night on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" and the couples did not disappoint. One couple received a perfect score of 40. Jana Kramer and her partner Gleb Savchenko promised to perform the sexiest dance ever, and they did. They began their Argentine tango on a bed dancing to "Hands to Myself" by Selena Gomez. Then Jana and Gleb moved to the ballroom floor where their dance was very intimate and sensual. If that was not enough, they ended the dance in the shower.

Flawless performance

After the dance was over the audience applauded and all four judges gave a standing ovation.

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Both dancers were soaking wet from head to toe. Towels were thrown to them to dry themselves off while they received their comments and scores. It is interesting that host Tom Bergeron told Jana and Gleb they were in jeopardy of being eliminated just moments before they danced. Thankfully, they were not eliminated after performing a flawless Argentine tango

Judges' comments and scores

The scores were given by four judges because Pitbull was the guest judge replacing head judge Len Goodman who is back in England judging "Strictly Come Dancing." All four judges gave the couple a 10.

That means they ended up with a perfect score of 40. Julianne Hough said the couple had chemistry on the dance floor and in the shower. She added that they set the record for the hottest Argentine tango ever on the show.

Bruno Tonioli said the dance was as down and dirty and he loved every minute of it.  Carrie Ann Inaba mentioned that Jana and Gleb danced as if they are going to take that Mirror Ball Trophy. Guest judge Pitbull enjoyed the dance as well and agreed with the other judges.

The couple had such a great performance on Monday night with their Argentine tango, it is no telling what Jana and Gleb have in store for viewers on next week's show.

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If you missed the live show on Monday night, watch Jana and Gleb dance from the bed to the shower in the video above. See for yourself how sexy the couple's performance was.