Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold have secured a slot for the next round of the dance competition on Monday. In fact, the pair earned a score of 30 out of 30 points for a foxtrot set to "You're Welcome" by Jordan Fisher feat. Lin-Manuel Miranda.

The "Dancing with the Stars" stage completely transformed into a Polynesian-themed ballroom for the overall "Moana"-inspired performance. Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold stunned the judges and viewers when they incorporated a surprising twist to the traditional foxtrot routine.

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Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli had nothing but praise for the duo after heating up the dance floor.

Carrie Ann Inaba commended the actor and his counterpart for their perfect deliberation of the dance routine. "I can't take anything away from you for it, because you delivered it so perfectly," she told the pair.

Although he opposed the addition of non-traditional dance steps to their performance, Len Goodman was still impressed of Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold's showcase for the "Disney Night" episode. Bruno Tonioli, on the other hand, dubbed the presentation as the modern way of performing a foxtrot.

Meanwhile, Lindsay Arnold opened up about their preparation for the live performance with "Dancing with the Stars" [VIDEO] host Erin Andrews. "Every single thing I ask him to do, it's hard, because he wants to be perfect," the pro explained. "And that is not an easy task, so it's definitely challenging."

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Jordan Fisher also admitted to this although he insisted that both of them had fun while rehearsing for the foxtrot showcase.

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He also commended his pro counterpart for helping him loosen up during the rehearsals.

When asked about performing to his own Disney song, the actor frankly said he did not realize that he was dancing to his own music while onstage. Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold are currently leading the competition with an average score of 25.7 points after six performances.

The pair has secured a one-point lead against Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas with an average score of 24.7 points at second place. Meanwhile, Sasha Pieterse's journey with "Dancing With The Stars" has come to an end after the "Disney Night" episode.

The "Pretty Little Liars" alum and her pro partner, Gleb Savchenko, fell short after performing a rumba set to "Kiss the Girl" by Samuel E. Wright from "The Little Mermaid" soundtrack.