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Sean Spicer's 'Dancing With the Stars' Success Is Downright Terrifying

Pro dancer Lindsay Arnold and Sean Spicer perform a jive to "Monster Mash" on "Dancing With the Stars." (ABC)

Navy reservist Sean Spicer survived another week on "Dancing With the Stars" during a show where the producers dressed him up like Frankenstein's monster and made him and pro dancing partner Lindsay Arnold do the "Monster Mash."

Viewers like Sean and Lindsay. They once again received enough votes to keep them from landing in the bottom two, something that keeps them safe from elimination by the judges, who continue to take issue with Sean's dancing.

Their jive earned an 18/30 from the judges. No other dancing pair scored lower than 24/30, and there were quite a few 27/30 teams this week.

Judge Len Goodman was oh so cold. "Halloween is about the supernatural," he said. "This wasn't super, and it wasn't natural, either."

Judge Carrie Ann Inaba joined the pile-on: "It was a dance only your mummies can love."

Spicer told Page Six that President Donald Trump is keeping track of his DWTS journey. "I spoke to the president on Sunday; he made it clear he's watching me. I doubt it's in real time, but he knew all about my costumes and he noticed my weight loss -- he told me, 'Have you been slimming down?'"

Karamo Brown from "Queer Eye" and pro partner Jenna Johnson were shown the door by the judges. The competition is now down to seven couples.

The judges are gunning for Sean and will eliminate him at their first opportunity, so Spicer fans will have to keep voting to give him a shot at winning the champion's Mirrorball Trophy.

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