At the end of Monday night's show, Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke were eliminated from "Dancing with the Stars." They appeared on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday morning. Both of them said they have no regrets for being eliminated on the eighth week even though it was just one week before the semi-finals.

Cheryl always does a good job with athletes and working with T.O. was no exception. Head judge Len Goodman said he saw the most improvement in him than in any other dancer. The former football player said he left it all on the dance floor, even though viewers were shocked to hear him say he didn't know what the Charleston was.

Their trio dance included Kelly Monaco, the winner of Season 1. Owens said he was going to rest for a few days because his body is aching.

Other dancers

Monday's night episode featured trio dances. Usually, pros become part of the trio. This season, former stars came back to dance with the final six. They included Rashad Jennings, Laurie Hernandez, Alfonso Ribeiro, Corbin Bleu, Kristi Yamaguchi, and Kelly Monaco.

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold received a perfect score for their quickstep and another perfect score for the trio dance with Corbin Bleu, who performed during Season 17 and was partnered with professional dancer Karina Smirnoff. The 23-year-old "Hamilton" star and the 28-year-old former "High School Musical" actor looked like bookends dancing with Lindsay.

The trio was in sync for the entire performance when they danced the quickstep. Jordan wants to win the mirrorball, especially for Lindsay, who is the only pro left in the competition who has never won.

Lindsey Stirling and partner Mark Ballas ended up second on the leaderboard with a score of 54 behind Fisher and Arnold. Frankie Muniz and his partner Witney Carson performed a Viennese waltz and Alfonso Ribeiro was included in the trio dance for their jive and received a score of 53 for the night.

Frankie said he would go shirtless if he made it to week nine, which is next week. He said his girlfriend Paige Price will probably laugh because she knows how uncomfortable he is when he takes his shirt off.

Victoria Arlen was paralyzed for many years and couldn't walk before becoming a contestant. She had a spasm in her legs during rehearsals.

However, she performed an Argentine tango with Val Chmerkovskiy, and they got a score of 24. They also received 24 for a jive trio with gymnast Laurie Hernandez, who was Season's 23 champion.

Drew Scott earned only 22 for his waltz with Emma Slater. They did better with their cha-cha trio which included last season's winner Rashad Jennings. They ended up at the bottom of the leaderboard with a total score of 47. Emma took Rashad to the finish line last season. It is very doubtful that she will do the same for the "Property Brothers" star.