Iraq War veteran Noah Galloway left the judges stunned during the "Dancing With the Stars" season finale Monday night, performing a dance that received a perfect 40/40 score.
Galloway served in the U.S. Army and lost his arm and leg in an IED attack. He is paired with Sharna Burgess this year on the 20th season of the hit show.
During Monday's season finale, Galloway performed a dance to a mix of David Geutta's "Titanium" and Coldplay's "Fix You."
The performance left the judges in awe and received an immediate standing ovation.
"Your journey has been the hardest and the longest and as we nearly reach journey's end, I've got to say, that was amazing," the first judge said.
[sharequote align="center"]"I've got to say, that was amazing."[/sharequote]
"It's beyond words what you did," another judge echoed. "Like I was thinking the words 'fix me' and 'fix you' — and I was thinking there is nothing to fix about you."
Dr. Jill Biden even chimed in on Twitter to express her support for Galloway.
"I'm so proud of you," she wrote in a tweet, adding, "your courage and resilience is a shining example for all Americans!"
I'm so proud of you @Noah_Galloway—your courage and resilience is a shining example for all Americans! #DWTS —Jill— Dr. Biden -Archived (@Dr. Biden -Archived)1431993676.0
Galloway previously made news earlier in the season when he danced to Toby Keith's "American Solider." That performance went viral and resulted in tears from the judges and audience.
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