Now here's a story about an adorable Brady reunion!

Tonight has marked the official launch of Dancing With the Stars' 23rd season, and we've already gone through a whirlwind of emotions, especially when one extremely precious moment happened between a special TV mother-daughter duo that you probably remember.

After completing the Viennese Waltz to Aretha Franklin's "You Make Me Feel," Maureen McCormick, who famously played Marcia Brady on the 1969 sitcom The Brady Bunch, had a tearful and sweet moment with her onscreen mom Florence Henderson (Carol Brady), who was cheering her on from the audience.

"You were fabulous," Henderson, 82, told McCormick with tears in her eyes. "I'm so proud."

An emotional McCormick returned to host Tom Bergeron after stealing a quick hug and sweet kisses on the cheek from Florence, and told him, "I love her...This is such a dream. It doesn't feel real. It's just so amazing to be on this set. I'm honestly just so thrilled that I'm here and being given this opportunity."

The TV star, who was paired with professional dancer Artem Chigvintsev for this season, were given a 22 out of 40 for their performance.

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