When Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek almost breaks down during Final Jeopardy because a contestant gives us all the feels, it's almost too much.

With the semifinals so close, Dancing with the Stars' final six competitors pulled out all the stops on the dance floor after two consecutive nights of shocking eliminations.

In an unexpected surprise, Sean Spicer got the boot this week but did earn the Presidential Seal of Approval as President Trump tweeted his congratulations, saying he was proud of his former press secretary and that Spicer gave it "a great try." I have to give Spicer credit, I mean he literally has two left feet and kept on giving it 100 percent every week. The judges did not let him leave without knowing how bad he was, though. It was rough to watch.

On the flip side, the night saw a historic double perfect score, secured by our very own Ally Brooke. The former Fifth Harmony singer and Fun 107 Rock and Fox Show regular, who was nearly sent home last week, poured everything she had onto the dance floor and even pulled a few jaw-dropping tricks with partner Sasha Farber. During their amazing jazz routine to New Kids on the Block's "Step By Step," Sasha lifted Ally as she kicked over his head before spinning in place. It was flawless and we all knew it!

Drake is taking what some would call a humiliating incident in stride. Just one day after he was booed by fans at Tyler, The Creator's 2019 Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, he jumped onto his Instagram to address the situation, using humor to break his silence.

Drake writes, Plot twist...just signed a 10 year residency at Camp Flog Gnaw sorry kids see you EVERY SINGLE YEAR till you are 30?? Meaning, he's going nowhere, kiddies.

And last but not least, Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek got all chocked up as a contestant who did not have the correct answer in the Final Jeopardy round chose to use his screentime to tell Alex this:

Trebek announced earlier this year he was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. Despite chemotherapy treatments forcing him to wear a wig and struggle to enunciate, the longtime host returned to host the 36th season of Jeopardy! He really is a class act that so many of us could learn from. Just an all-around great human being. #cancersucks💞

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