Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has stepped out in his most eccentric costume yet on Dancing With The Stars, as Woody the Cowboy in Toy Story.

Monday was the annual Disney theme night where couples dressed as Disney characters and choreography inspired by Disney films. Many contestants dedicated their routines to loved ones and people they looked up to. Queer Eye member Kamaro Brown’s The Lion King samba dedicated his dance to his children and former Fifth Harmony band member Ally Brooke’s contemporary dance to Beauty And The Beast to her parents. Spicer dedicated his dance to his father, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2016.

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Spicer’s performance this week was a drastic improvement in comparison with his first week. “That was your best dance!” Carrie Ann Inaba said. “You were meant to dance a quickstep, as Woody. You give good Woody! It sort of matches your personality. It suited you so well.”

Judge Len Goodman lent Spencer a handful of compliments but added a warning: “Don’t get overexcited, because there’s still a ways to go. However, it was a proper dance, well done.”

He ended up with a 19 out of 30 and his first seven from an individual judge of the competition. “That’s amazing to see that kind of growth,” Spicer said, his voice cracking as he added, “It’s so cool to get those scores tonight.”

Though he has some of the lowest scores of all the contestants, Spicer seems to be pulling through week after week. His ex-boss, President Donald Trump tweeted his support for the DWTS contestant.