Nick Lachey and Peta Murgatroyd got sent home during the Monday episode (Oct. 23) of "Dancing With the Stars." The remaining nine celebrities and their counterparts performed in accordance to their theme, called "A Night at the Movies," featuring Shania Twain as a guest judge.

For the live performance, the 98 Degrees singer and his partner performed a samba set to "Wild Wild West" by Will Smith, Dru Hill, and Kool Moe Dee. The pair earned a score of 26 out of 40 points for their final showcase on the "Dancing With the Stars" stage.

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All four judges suggested that the singer should develop his confidence on the dance floor after watching his performance. "I enjoyed it," Nick Lachey said after the elimination. "I came in not a very good dancer, going to leave not a very good dancer, but I'm proud of the effort I gave."

Both the singer and his pro partner were stressed out during the rehearsals. Nick Lachey even said he felt like an idiot trying to become a dancer, although Peta Murgatroyd motivated him to go on and do better. The 98 Degrees artist also revealed that he does not ask for advice from his brother and bandmate, Drew Lachey, who was the second winner of the coveted Mirrorball Trophy in 2005.

"The experience he had with Cheryl [Burke] is probably very different from the experience I'm having with Peta [Murgatroyd]," the older Lachey explained.

The "Father's Lullaby" crooner joined the dance competition with his wife, Vanessa Lachey, who impressed the judges with her professionalism despite experiencing a wardrobe malfunction.

During her set, Maks Chmerkovskiy accidentally stepped on his partner's skirt and caused it to fall to the ground.

The TV personality clarified the incident was not intentional before she gave her pro partner an embrace. Carrie Ann Inaba had nothing but praise for Vanessa Lachey for her class and grace onstage, while Shania Twain shared the same sentiment and said she never felt the celebrity contestant had a wardrobe malfunction because of her composure.

Vanessa Lachey and Maks Chmerkovskiy earned a score of 36 out of 40 points for their performance of a quickstep set to "Let's Be Bad" by Smash Cast and Megan Hilty. The pair is currently in third place with an average score of 23.7 points after seven performances.

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Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold are still leading the dance competition with an average score of 26.1 points, followed by Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas with 25.4 points.