(LOS ANGELES) — Monday night’s edition of Dancing with the Stars promises to be a memorable one. The 10 remaining celebrities will perform a dance commemorating “the most memorable year of their life.”
For Candace Cameron Bure, the year she chose — 1994 — is special for two reasons. She explains to ABC News Radio, “It was the last year of Full House, and it was the first year of entering into my life with my husband.”
Bure was introduced to her husband, former hockey player Valeri Bure, by Full House co-star Dave Coulier in 1994. They married two years later.
According to E! News, Bure’s fellow Full House cast members will be in the ballroom Monday night to lend their support.
You don’t have to go too far back for NeNe Leakes’ most memorable year. She will salute her husband, Gregg Leakes — whom she remarried last year following their 2011 divorce — with a rumba. She vows, “I plan on being very sexy.”
Paralympian Amy Purdy is teasing a special performance with her partner, Derek Hough. She says, “We are playing around with some different mechanics with my legs, just to add to the dance, and kind of get some moves that I am not able to do in the legs that I’m in right now, so we’re really excited for that.”
There will be a guest at the judges’ table Monday night: Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts, who will join Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba. The show begins at 8 p.m. Eastern time on ABC.
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