‘DWTS’ Starts Disney Night With ‘Hercules’ Song: Watch Sneak Peek

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A magical starting! In Us Weekly‘s exclusive clip of this week’s Dancing With the Stars Disney Heroes Night intro, the members headed to Disneyland to set the temper for his or her one in all a form performances.

In the video, every pair is fortunately dancing to the track “Zero to Hero” from Disney’s Hercules. Amanda Kloots and Alan Bersten showcase their strikes in entrance of Mickey Mouse’s home, whereas Matt James rocks a Goofy hat alongside Lindsay Arnold.

Jenna Johnson and Jojo Siwa carried out their routine in entrance of the King Arthur Carrousel in Anaheim, California. Meanwhile, Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess strutted their stuff in the midst of the legendary park.

Their candy efficiency comes after Burgess, 36, completely advised Us that she considers their off display screen relationship a “disadvantage” with regards to their partnership on the ABC competitors present.



Lindsay Arnold and Matt James.
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“We have this sensitivity when minding each other’s feelings. We want to make sure our relationship is good outside of it,” she shared with Us on Thursday, October 7. “That’s always going to be a priority for us.”

Although the duo, who began relationship in December 2020, have gotten protected scores up to now for his or her DWTS performances up to now, Burgess admitted that it wasn’t simple for them to indicate off their chemistry on display screen.

“People are expecting this intense chemistry all the time on the dance floor,” the Australia native defined to Us. “And if it’s not there, then people are like, ‘They don’t have chemistry.’ Dance is so different. … We are doing our very best with it.”

Looking forward, the skilled dancer hoped to not let outdoors criticism have an effect on her as a lot.

“I’ve noticed that I take judges’ comments even more personally this season. Because, like, I want to defend Bri ’cause he’s my man,” she famous. “Normally, any other season, I’m like, ‘Got it, cool. We’ll work on that. No worries.’ … [Now], I’m just like, ‘I disagree. He did so good.’”

Another participant who didn’t anticipate to face such stress throughout season 30 of DWTS was Melora Hardin, who lately detailed to Us the adjustment interval that she needed to undergo with the choreography.

“I knew that I was taking my body [to another level], but I wasn’t sure how much [of an] emotional toll it would take,” the Bold Type alum, 54, advised Us final month. “I think that it’s just, you know, the schedule is very tight. I haven’t had a day off since I started.”

Hardin, who’s partnered with Artem Chigvintsev, admitted that she is all the time fascinated with how you can greatest carry out her dance numbers each week.

“I am a hard worker and Artem is too. So, we both work hard, and we work well together,” she added on the time. “We’re really both [very] committed. But I can’t sleep very well because I’m doing the dance in my head every night. It’s difficult to try to figure out the pace. … Right about the time you get it, you gotta learn something new that you’ve never had before.”

To see all of the DWTS pairs’ beautiful performances on the happiest place on Earth, watch the unique video above!

Dancing With the Stars Disney night time will air on ABC Monday, October 11, and Tuesday, October 12, at 8 p.m. ET.

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