We didn't think Bindi Irwin could possibly get any better on 'Dancing With The Stars' following her perfect 10 performance of 'Dirty Dancing''s '(I've Had) The Time of My Life' rumba on week 6, but now we've seen her Halloween Night showdown - and boy were we wrong.

Bindi IrwinWho knew Bindi Irwin could be so scary?

Our hearts literally melted when Derek Hough lifted Bindi into the air during their routine on 'Famous Dances Night', and no-one was surprised when they scored the maximum 40 points. The dancing duo have come out on top for the second week in a row with another set of full marks for their Argentine tango performed to the song 'Cry Little Sister' by Gerard McMahon, taken from cult horror 'The Lost Boys'. 

Bindi and Derek vamped it up to the max, displaying flawless passion and ethereal, gothic charm - a far cry from the innocence of 'Dirty Dancing'. The conservationist daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin is just 17-years-old, and she's already proving that she has talent far beyond her years.

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Not only did she wow judges with the vampiric extravaganza, she also left a deep impression for her part in the freestyle group performance of 'Ghostbusters' as Team Who You Gonna Call?. They didn't quite reach the full marks potential as a group like Team Nightmare and their 'This Is Halloween' performance, but she's definitely still a frontrunner to win.

'I want to suck your blood', was all Derek had to say to his Twitter followers after the show, while for Bindi it was a little more special being her very first Halloween. 'This is my first real Halloween because we really don't celebrate Halloween in Australia, so it's really exciting', she previoulsy told E! Online.

While Bindi was a definite cert to stay, the same couldn't be said for the week's graceful elimations, Hayes Grier and Emma Slater.