'Dancing with the Stars' : Wanya Morris Brings Crowd to Feet with Help from Boyz II Men – Plus Another Couple Goes Home

DWTS airs Mondays (8 p.m. ET) on ABC

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Everyone knows Wanya Morris has a voice for the ages – and on Monday’s Dancing with the Stars he proved once again he’s got the dance moves to back it up.

The Boyz II Men star recalled his most memorable year, 1996 when his band performed the National Anthem at the Atlanta Olympics after a terror attack.

The group recorded a new version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” to go along with his performance with pro Lindsay Arnold. And the results were electrifying, with judges awarding him with 24 out of 30. (Only Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd‘s 25 out of 30 topped their work).

“It was a little overwhelming because I’ve got my fellas in the audience and my family is watching it. I just want everyone to be proud,” Morris said after the performance.

But the evening didn’t go well for all of the contestants.

Warning: Spoilers ahead for Monday’s DWTS.

The bottom three couples for the evening were: Doug Flutie and Karina Smirnoff; Mischa Barton and Artem Chigvintsev; and Jodie Sweetin and Keo Motsepe.

Ultimately, Barton went home.

“It’s been a wonderful experience. It really has,” said the former O.C. star, who improved to 18 out of 30 this week – but it wasn’t enough to save her.

Read on for other highlights from the two-hour episode:

Nyle Tops the Episode

DiMarco took the episode by storm with a passioante performance. Carrie Ann Inaba gushing: “Nyle, I love Superman. But you are better than Superman.”

Len Goodman said the model’s performance proved that “anyone can do anything,” if they put their mind to it.

Von Miller Reveals His Pumpup Song

Von Miller won a Super Bowl MVP this year with help from his secret weapon: Phil Collins‘ “In The Air Tonight,” which he listens to before every game. It also helped him get a rave review from Bruno Tonioli (though he was equally as impressed with a shirtless Von’s ripped physique): “You won the Super Bowl. Now you won the Super Hunk 2016. That was work of art, sculpted to perfection,” he said.

“Witney is a great coach. There is no way you can turn a linebacker into a contemporary dancer but she found a way to do it,” Miller told PEOPLE after the show. “At first I wasn’t sure about doing a contemporary dance, but as soon as Witney started teaching it I became more comfortable with it than any of the other dances.”

Antonio Jr. Gets a 10!

Antonio Brown‘s son Antonio Jr. got the best score of the night. The NFL pro player’s son charmed everyone (even Goodman ) when he helped his dad out with his dance – and Carrie Ann Inaba couldn’t help but hold up her 10 paddle for the young man.

Tonioli called him “a weapon of mass delight.” After the performance Antonio Jr., who was born in 2007, called performing with dad “Booming!” As for Goodman’s score of six for his dad? “unbooming!”

That was the best moment of this experience so far,” Brown told PEOPLE. “That’s something we’ll watch for years to come.”

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

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