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The ABC competition series paid tribute to the pop icon's music for the first time as the eight remaining celebrities performed two routines on Monday's episode

The ABC competition series paid tribute to the pop icon's music for the first time as the eight remaining celebrities performed two routines during Monday's episode.

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"I think it's great. I love all styles, all types of dance," the legendary singer, 55, told host Tyra Banks via video chat. "It's a way to express yourself — another way, I should say, to express yourself. If you don't do it through words, another way you can express yourself [is] through dance."

At the end of the night, Olivia Jade Giannulli and Jimmie Allen exited season 30 in another double elimination. Melora Hardin, who also landed in the bottom three, was saved by the judges to dance again in next week's semifinals.

"I am honestly shocked I even made it this far and it's been such a journey, and I'm just so grateful I did the show," Olivia Jade, 22, told reporters afterward. "It's just something I'll remember for the rest of my life."

"I really found a drive and a work ethic that I think I've had since I was young, but maybe I haven't been able to execute in the last few years," she added. "It's been really nice to find that again. And I think hard work really does pay off."

The beauty influencer also shared how her parents, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli, reacted to the news of her elimination.

"They are so proud of me for doing this show," she explained. "And they were both like, 'Hey, you did it. You tried your best. We're proud of you for putting yourself out there, and we love you.' So they're great. They're obviously very supportive."

Olivia Jade, Val Chmerkovskiy, DWTS

Credit: ABC/Eric McCandless

Meanwhile, Allen, 36, confessed that he plans to hang up his dancing shoes after being sent home!

"I'm done dancing," the country singer candidly told reporters, adding, "I love being in the ballroom, but I'm just glad I don't have to dance anymore! I'm done! But I'm taking so much stuff I've learned from [Emma], some of the little moves, and throwing them in the shelf, but my main thing [is] I just want everybody who's still on the show to have fun."

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Allen and pro Emma Slater kicked off the night with a score of 32 out of 40 for their cha cha to "Escapade." Suni Lee and pro Sasha Farber got glowing reviews from the judges for their samba to "All for You," which earned a perfect score of 40 out of 40.

Hardin, 54, and pro Artem Chigvintsev also scored 40 out of 40 for their paso doble to "If." Olivia Jade and pro Val Chmerkovskiy scored 36 out of 40 for their Argentine tango to "Any Time, Any Place."

Jimmie Allen, Emma Slater, DWTS

Credit: ABC/Eric McCandless

Cody Rigsby and pro Cheryl Burke scored 38 out of 40 for their paso doble to "Black Cat," earning their first 10s of the season. Amanda Kloots and pro Alan Bersten also scored a perfect score of 40 out of 40 for their jazz to "Miss You Much."

Iman Shumpert and pro Daniella Karagach scored 35 out of 40 for their cha cha to "Rhythm Nation," while JoJo Siwa and pro Jenna Johnson scored a nearly perfect score of 39 out of 40 for their salsa to "Feedback."

The contestants later faced off in a series of dance-off rounds for two bonus points from the judges.

First, Allen and Lee, 18, were judged by Bruno Tonioli as they both performed the salsa to "Made for Now (Latin Version)." The Olympic gymnast came out on top bringing her total for the night to 42.

Next, Olivia Jade and Siwa, 18, were judged by Carrie Ann Inaba as they went head-to-head dancing the rumba to "That's the Way Love Goes." The Dance Moms alum nabbed the bonus points to bring her total score to 41.

Hardin and Shumpert, 31, were judged by Derek Hough when they faced off with a foxtrot to "Again." The Office alum earned the extra points for a total of 42.

Kloots, 39, and Rigsby, 34, competed in the final round judged by Len Goodman, dancing the cha cha to "Together Again." The Talk cohost won the round bringing her total to 42.

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Dancing with the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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