Dancing With The Stars 2019: Constance Hall's Best Week Yet
Queen Constance absolutely smashed the week, finally getting her back on track and closer to that mirror ball trophy.
It's been a rough few weeks for Constance, with her gorgeous dance to the Elle King song "Ex's & Oh's" receiving mixed reviews from the judges.
And while she was told by Sharna to step things up a notch, Constance wrote on her Facebook about the experience and receiving the low scores over the last few weeks.
"I'm the first one to admit I'm not scoring well with the judges," she said, "I try extremely hard every week and every time I think I’ve killed it and I get a lower score than the week before."
"At the time it always gets to me but when I look back at all the fun I’ve had and the fact that I get to talk about things like slut-shaming on TV, I’m cool with it."
Saying she was "bloody honoured" to be part of the competition, Constance also asked her huge fan base to keep voting for her so she could continue her dancing journey. And thank God they did.
On Monday, Constance was back with a vengeance.
"IT'S YOUR BEST DANCE YET," Sharna squealed at Constance and her profesh dance partner Gustavo.
"While that routine may not have been the most complicated, I could see the work that you were doing on the straight legs, on the neat closes, on the posture," Sharna continued, "it was so beautifully done by you two."
Not only did the couple nail the technical side of their dance but Sharna added that it was the first performance where she saw a more vulnerable side to the mum of seven.
The other judges were all in agreement, with guest judge Bindi Irwin adding that Constance owned the dance floor. "And what a beautiful message that you're sending to people around the world," Bindi added.
But the love didn't stop there -- Constance and Gustavo were joined by Samuel and Jorja as they did a group dance with Sharna and again she received praise for her performance.
Tristan, in his gorgeous accent, told her she was "absolutely on fire" and sent the crowd into wild applause.
"It's not what you do, it's how you do it and the way you did things today was absolutely superb," he said before calling it his favourite dance of the night.
Even Craig called it both fantastic AND brilliant!
We can't wait to see what Queen Constance serves up next.