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Tonight’s episode of ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars” is probably one of the most emotional ones to date. It is Most Memorable Year week, which means each contestant will share a special moment in their life and set it to an assigned dance. We have seen several special moments in past seasons, and this year is no different. Here is a look at what each contestant shared with America.

Memories of the stars

The night began with Fifth Harmony star Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy remembering joining the band that made her famous. Her rumba was beautiful, moving and powerful, leaving the judges in awe. She earned a 32 out of 40.

“Bachelor” alumni Nick Viall recalled the year he met and got engaged to Vanessa Grimaldi. He and partner Peta Murgatroyd danced a rumba with several troupe members that ended with him kissing the love of his life. Although judges Julianne Hough and Len Goodman said it was his best dance, he only got a 30 out of 40.

Olympian Nancy Kerrigan and partner Artem Chigvinsev performed a foxtrot that brought everyone to tears. She shared her story of having six miscarriages and her struggle to add to her family. It was a heartbreaking story that translated into her best performance. She received a 33 out of 40.

Actor Mr. T. recalls his battle with cancer and how he relied on his faith to get him through. His waltz with Kym Hervajec had everyone in tears and the judges saying that he is an inspiration to all.

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He received a 28 out of 40.

“Gleestar Heather Morris and Alan Bersten (filling in for Maks Chmerkovskiy) performed a high energy cha cha that showcased her life as a wife and mom. It won over the judges, who gave her a 35 out of 40.

Chicago Cubs player David Ross and Lindsay Arnold did a touching Viennese Waltz that reflected on his retirement from baseball. He received a 31 out of 40, his highest scores to date.

NFL free agent Rashad Jennings got the first three TENS of the season with a contemporary dance that honored his father. There was not a dry eye in the house as he and partner Emma Slater danced.they got a 39 out of 40.

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Erika Jayne and Gleb Savchenko performed a Madonna-inspired cha that told the story of her rise to fame. It got a mixed bag from the judges but still got a 30 out of 40.

Olympian Simone Biles recalls being adopted by her grandparents and it leaves the entire audience in tears once again. She and Sasha Farber dance the Viennese waltz worthy of that 36 out of 40, although it should have gotten tens.

Seeing her parents with her while she got her commentary and scores was icing on the cake.

Bull rider Bonner Bolton recalled the injury that paralyzed him for his foxtrot. He and Sharna Burgess ended the night perfectly with that dance. They received a 32 out of 40.

Who was eliminated?

Although the night was filled with emotional moments, we still had to say goodbye to one couple. Last week, we saw Nick Viall and Peta Murgatroyd in the bottom two with eliminated couple Charo and Keo Motsepe.

This week, we saw Mr. T and Kym and Erika and Gleb in the bottom two. Sadly, it is Mr. T and Kym going home. Everyone is sad to see him go and he is grateful for the experience.