‘Dancing With The Stars’: Bindi Irwin’s Scary Routine Gets Perfect Score

'Dancing With The Stars': Bindi Irwin
Bindi Irwin (R) with mother Terri Irwin (C) and brother Robert Irwin (L). Bindi earned her second perfect score in two weeks on "Dancing with the Star" with her vampire infused Argentine Tango with partner Derek Hough. Photo by Bindi Irwin/Instagram

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27 (UPI) — Bindi Irwin continues to dominate Dancing with the Stars earning her second perfect score in two weeks.

Monday night’s Halloween themed episode saw fan-favorite Irwin and dance partner Derek Hough wow audiences with a vampire-infused Argentine tango routine set to “Cry Little Sister” from the classic 1987 thriller, The Lost Boys.

Irwin dressed the part with pale make-up, a sparkling red dress and some frightening prosthetic fangs. A foggy dance floor and some gothic set-pieces also added to the dark yet ravishing performance.

“Tonight was amazing and so much fun,” Irwin told Fox 411 backstage. “Everybody was so strong and so fierce. In Australia, we don’t really celebrate Halloween very much. This was my first celebration and I had a great time.”

Last week, Irwin proved she is a strong contender in the dancing competition when performing a rumba inspired by another 1987 classic Dirty Dancing.

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