The stars selected the song they will dance to this week that represents a “truly incredible experience in their life.”
Last week, Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy danced to the top of the leaderboard receiving a 34/40. Nick Viall and Peta Murgatroyd were placed in the bottom two, but managed to out score Charo and Keo Motsepe to stay in the competition.
Simone Biles will be honoring her experience in the 2016 Olympics while performing a Viennese Waltz to “Good Good Father” by Chris Tomlin.
"My most memorable year is kind of the lead up to 2016, so that will be fun," she said. "I cannot say too much because it will give it away, but it is like how I was brought up a little bit."
Sasha Farber added, "It definitely has something to do with the Olympics because it is such a big, big stepping stone for Simone."
Another emotional dance will come from Bonner Bolton and his partner Sharna Burgress. The pair will be performing the foxtrot to “Feeling Good” by Michael Bublé.
A little over a year ago, Bolton was paralyzed from a C-2 fracture broken neck after getting bucked off the back of his bull. The life-threatening experience will be something he will never forget. Sharna described tonight's dance as a “therapy moment” for Bonner.
"I want him to have this dance therapy moment where his former self, his bull-riding self, sort of tips his hat and accepts and says, 'You've got this now,' and moves on to this next stage of his life that doesn't really involve bull riding," she explained. "Because as much as he wants to go back to it, I don't know if that's ever going to be a possibility for him. He has to accept this new life he has to live."
Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy will recall a bad breakup during their performance of the rumba to “Impossible” by Shontelle.
Rashad Jennings will most likely dedicate his dance tonight to his father, who had both of his legs amputated. Jennings and Emma Slater will perform a contemporary routine to Katy Perry’s “Unconditionally.”
"I want to dedicate a song to my father," he told ET. "Both of his legs had to be amputated, so for me to be able to dance for him, it's just like when I think about playing football. My father doesn't have legs, so I get to run, for him. Obviously he can't dance, so to be able to dance for him I think would be every emotional for me."
If this preview is any indication of what Monday night’s episode will be like, we can be certain a box of tissues will be used.
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