(LOS ANGELES) — Monday night on Dancing with the Stars, the nine remaining celebrities will perform a dance inspired by a memorable experience in their lives.
Comedian Bill Engvall’s dance will have a romantic element to it, since his most memorable year was the one in which he married his wife: 1982. He tells ABC News Radio, “A wonderful year for me, my life came together, I married her, and she, 30 years later, she’s still the sexiest woman I’ve ever seen in my life.”
Jack Osbourne and his pro partner, Cheryl Burke, will tackle the waltz. Burke is looking forward to their performance, though she admits she’s a “little bit nervous, though, because if we continue on, all we have is Latin hippy movements left.”
One couple will be eliminated at the end of the night. The show begins on ABC at 8 p.m. Eastern time.
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