It was a perfect night on Dancing With the Stars as former champions returned for trio dances.
Kelly Monaco and Terrell Owens scored a touchdown with their sensual rumba.
Rashad Jennings helped Drew Scott "Get Up Offa That Thing" with a cha-cha, featuring the aforementioned James Brown song.
Laurie Hernandez and Victoria Arlen deserved a gold medal for their jive performance. And speaking of jive, Alfonso Ribeiro showed Frankie Muniz how they do the jive in Bel Air.
Kristi Yamaguchi and Lindsey Stirling were jazzed about their jazz routine.
But it was the final trio, featuring Jordan Fisher with Corbin Bleu, that really lit up the dance floor. Fisher had been a fan of Bleu for years, saying, "I remember watching High School Musical. He came on, and I was like, 'Whoa, he looks like me.' I've never seen a mixed kid doing movies and TV. It's like, that's what I want to do."
Fisher and Bleu, along with dancer Lindsay Arnold, scored a perfect 10 from all the judges with their salsa. Lenn Goodman said, "You know, normally they say two is company, three's a crowd. On this occasion, three was perfect."