(NEW YORK) — Monday’s Dancing with the Stars performance show will be a sentimental one for the remaining celebrities.
The theme for the night will be “The Best Year Of Their Life.” The stars will dance to a song that represents a memorable time or experience in his or her life.
Olympic gold-medal-winning gymnast Aly Raisman will perform a contemporary dance, but she wouldn’t tell ABC News Radio which song she chose.
She hints, “It means a lot to me, and it’s a song I listen to all the time before I compete at the Olympics.”
Soap actor Ingo Rademacher will tackle a romantic Viennese waltz. Is he romantic in real life? Not as much as he’d like to be, he says.
He sighs, “When you have kids it’s just so hard.”
D.L. Hughley will do the foxtrot, but it sounds as if he’s ready to wave the white flag. The comedian, who’s been panned by the judges up to this point, was asked by ABC News Radio what he knows about the dance.
He responded, “You’ve seen me dance. Stop it. You know I don’t know anything about anything.”
It remains to be seen whether Lisa Vanderpump will compete this week after reportedly fainting during a recent rehearsal.
Dancing with the Stars resumes Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time. The results show the following night will feature a performance by Brad Paisley as well as a duet featuring Andrea Bocelli and Jennifer Lopez.
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Nate Eaton, EastIdahoNews.com
Adam Forsgren, EastIdahoNews.com