'Dancing With The Stars' may have just aired the most shocking episode this season. The show has been facing a lot of controversies, and the recent episode is no exception. In an unexpected moment, arguably one of the most beloved pairs was eliminated from the show.

For week 9, the four remaining dance tandems were paired with each of the four judges. Carrie Ann Inaba got Sasha Farber and Simone Biles (Team Golden Giggles); Len Goodman got Val Chmerkovskiy and Normani Kordei (Team Valmani); Bruno Tonioli got Emma Slater and Rashad Jennings (Team Shad Squad), and Julianne Hough got Lindsay Arnold and David Ross (Team Lady and the Gramp).

Biles and Farber scored 80 out of 80

Fresh from her frustration last week, Simon Biles came back this week with a vengeance. During week 8, Biles was critiqued by Carrie Ann Inaba saying the superstar gymnast lacked authentic emotion when she performs, and that's when Biles answered something that has now become very popular - “smiling doesn’t win you gold medals.” Biles' fans supported her for standing up for herself, saying that the Olympic gold medallist was very honest.

Biles addressed the judges' feedback last week and said that comments such as, her numbers are not letting her personality shine through, makes her feel like she did not work enough. During their rehearsal, an emotional Biles told Farber that she keeps on trying her hardest but they keep on saying no.

She tearfully said that she feels like she can't do it anymore and that her hardest is just not good enough.

Team Golden Giggles' first perfect score

Simon Biles and Farber's first performance was a jive, dancing to Stevie Wonder's "Faith" featuring Ariana Grande. The performance got very good feedback from the judges, with Len Goodman saying that Biles' personality came out, while Inaba said that their performance looked amazing.

The tandem got a perfect score, which marked their first for the season.

They later did a rumba ("Skyscraper by Demi Lovato), which earned them another perfect score. Viewers thought that the flawless performances are enough to save Biles and Farber, however, everyone was shocked when the name of the eliminated team was announced.

Biles said she is not too upset about the outcome, saying that it's not her element and that getting her first perfect score was a "win in itself." Meanwhile, the two-night finale for "Dancing with the Stars" will be aired next Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC.