Monday night's episode of DWTS paid tribute to those affected by the Las Vegas shooting.
"There’s an old saying that the show must go on, and it will," host Tom Bergeron said at the start of the show. "But first, all of us at DWTS want to send our love thoughts and prayers to everyone touched by the senseless violence in Las Vegas. Please know that we are doing tonight’s show with your foremost in our minds and hearts."
Bergeron also announced that the episode would not feature an elimination.
Property Brothers star and longtime Las Vegas resident Drew Scott also used his post-performance time to address the tragedy.
"I lived in Vegas for many years. I want to say that all of our hearts here are with the families affected," he declared. "It’s a really sad situation but just know that we’re here. Our prayers are here for you guys and we’re here to support.”
On a lighter note, fan favorite Frankie Muniz professed his love for boy bands and performed a samba to N' Sync's "It's Gonna Be Me."
Even better, he and his pro partner Witney Carson did the routine wearing matching denim a la Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears.