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    Kaitlyn Bristowe channels Britney Spears while Skai Jackson reps Janet Jackson on DWTS Music Icons Night

    It’s week nine of competition on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars.

    And the remaining seven celebrity contestants dressed up as their favorite musical icons for Monday night’s live episode.

    Leading the pack on the red carpet were reality star Kaitlyn Bristowe and Disney actress Skai Jackson who each flashed their legs in their chosen costumes.

    Skai Jackson repped the iconic Janet Jackson as she posed on the red carpet

    Music makers: Kaitlyn Bristowe, left, channeled Britney Spears while Skai Jackson, right, repped Janet Jackson on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars’ Music Icons Night on Monday

    Bristowe, 35, channeled Britney Spears in a rhinestone-encrusted, long-sleeve nude mini dress.

    The former Bachelorette added a long blonde ponytail and sparkly headband and earrings.

    Her pro partner Artem Chigvintsev donned a shiny silver tuxedo for their performance of the Argentine Tango to Britney’s hit Toxic.

    Britney: Bristowe, 35, wore a rhinestone-encrusted, long-sleeve nude mini dress and the former Bachelorette added a long blonde ponytail and sparkly headband and earrings

    Britney: Bristowe, 35, wore a rhinestone-encrusted, long-sleeve nude mini dress and the former Bachelorette added a long blonde ponytail and sparkly headband and earrings

    Janet: Disney actress Jackson, 18, rocked a black sleeveless body suit with half skirt and silver detailing. She added a matching choker, ankle boots and a wig of long dark red curls

    Janet: Disney actress Jackson, 18, rocked a black sleeveless body suit with half skirt and silver detailing. She added a matching choker, ankle boots and a wig of long dark red curls

    Jackson, 18, chose to pay tribute to the iconic Janet Jackson.

    The teen rocked a black sleeveless body suit with half skirt and silver detailing.

    She added a matching choker and black laced and heeled ankle boots, along with a wig of long dark red curls.

    Pro Alan Bersten went bare-chested in a shiny black cropped jacket and high waist black pants and the pair were set to dance the Paso Doble to Jackson’s If.

    Material Girl: Justina Machada repped Madonna as she prepared to dance the Rumba to Crazy For You with partner Sasha Farber

    Material Girl: Justina Machada repped Madonna as she prepared to dance the Rumba to Crazy For You with partner Sasha Farber

    Crazy For You: Machada, 48, paired a black bustier with a buttoned up black jacket and shiny skintight black pants. The actress added several necklaces and a leopard print headband

    Crazy For You: Machada, 48, paired a black bustier with a buttoned up black jacket and shiny skintight black pants. The actress added several necklaces and a leopard print headband

    Justina Machada repped Madonna as she prepared to dance the Rumba to Crazy For You with partner Sasha Farber.

    Machada, 48, paired a black bustier with a buttoned up black jacket and shiny skintight black pants.

    The actress added black sandal heels, several necklaces and a leopard print headband to hold back her long hair from her face.  

    Olympian Johnny Weir, 36, took a daring leap as the late Amy Winehouse.

    Sporting a black beehive, the ice skater wore a nude cropped jacket fastened with a statement black leather belt and skinny black trousers with shiny black shoes.

    He and pro partner Britt Stewart, who mirrored the colors of his outfit with her own, would dance the Quickstep to Valerie by Mark Ronson featuring Amy Winehouse.

    Tribute: Olympian Johnny Weir, 36, took a daring leap as the late Amy Winehouse, sporting a black beehive, a nude cropped jacket fastened with a statement black leather belt

    Tribute: Olympian Johnny Weir, 36, took a daring leap as the late Amy Winehouse, sporting a black beehive, a nude cropped jacket fastened with a statement black leather belt

    Eclectic: The ice skater and pro partner Britt Stewart, who mirrored the colors of his outfit with her own, danced the Quickstep to Valerie by Mark Ronson featuring Amy Winehouse

    Eclectic: The ice skater and pro partner Britt Stewart, who mirrored the colors of his outfit with her own, danced the Quickstep to Valerie by Mark Ronson featuring Amy Winehouse

    Surprise: Catfish host Nev Schulman chose Elton John as his icon, donning bejeweled square spectacles and a straw boater along with a cream suit, red shirt and navy bow tie

    Surprise: Catfish host Nev Schulman chose Elton John as his icon, donning bejeweled square spectacles and a straw boater along with a cream suit, red shirt and navy bow tie

    Ready to dance: The TV personality, 36, and pro dancer Jenna Johnson paid tribute with the Jive to Elton's song Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)

    Ready to dance: The TV personality, 36, and pro dancer Jenna Johnson paid tribute with the Jive to Elton’s song Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)

    Catfish host Nev Schulman chose Elton John as his icon for the episode.

    The TV personality, 36, donned bejeweled square spectacles and a straw boater,

    His outfit consisted of a cream suit with dark red shirt, navy bow tie and two-tone shoes.

    He and dancer Jenna Johnson, who flashed her midriff in a polka dot off-the-shoulder crop top and skirt, paid tribute with the Jive to Elton’s song Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting).

    Meanwhile, Backstreet Boy AJ McLean channeled Freddie Mercury as he prepared to dance the Waltz to Queen’s Somebody to Love.

    The former boybander, 42, wore a yellow military-style jacket and white pants fastened with a white studded belt,

    Pro partner Cheryl Burke brought some color with an eye-catching red gown. 

    Mercury rising: Backstreet Boy AJ McLean channeled Freddie Mercury as he prepared to dance the Waltz to Queen's Somebody to Love

    Mercury rising: Backstreet Boy AJ McLean channeled Freddie Mercury as he prepared to dance the Waltz to Queen’s Somebody to Love

    We will rock you: The former boybander, 42, wore a yellow military-style jacket and white pants fastened with a white studded belt while pro Cheryl Burke stunned in a red gown

    We will rock you: The former boybander, 42, wore a yellow military-style jacket and white pants fastened with a white studded belt while pro Cheryl Burke stunned in a red gown

    Iconic: Rapper Nelly repped the late rapper Tupac Shakur complete with signature bandana knotted across his forehead

    Iconic: Rapper Nelly repped the late rapper Tupac Shakur complete with signature bandana knotted across his forehead

    Rapping: Nelly, 46, and pro partner Daniella Karagach planned to dance Jazz to Tupac's California Love featuring Roger Troutman and Dr. Dre

    Rapping: Nelly, 46, and pro partner Daniella Karagach planned to dance Jazz to Tupac’s California Love featuring Roger Troutman and Dr. Dre

    Rapper Nelly repped the late rapper Tupac Shakur complete with signature bandana knotted across his forehead.

    He and pro partner Daniella Karagach planned to dance Jazz to Tupac’s California Love featuring Roger Troutman and Dr. Dre.

    One of the celebrity-pro couples were due to be sent home at the end of Monday night’s episodes with six couples going forward to week 10. 

    DWTS judge Derek Hough posed on the red carpet ahead of Monday's episode

    So did fellow judge Carrie Ann Inaba

    Bruno Tonioli also struck a pose for the cameras

    Calling the shots: The DWTS judges Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli also posed on the red carpet ahead of Monday’s episode

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