Sabrina Bryan and her dancing partner Louis Van Amstel may have had a nearly tragic injury during last week's Dancing with the Stars but they still managed to capture the highest score with their quickstep. Having been around one another for weeks now, ET quizzed them on how well they know each other off the dance floor.
Before Christina McLarty put the dancing duo under the spotlight, Bryan revealed that she was anxious about this week's upcoming double elimination and wasn't taking training lightly now that she and Van Amstel have a target on their heads after receiving last week's highest marks.
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"It's scary just knowing that one person's going home each week, and then now knowing that there's two...we have...bumped up the hours that we want to be working and really just [want] to make sure that we are ready [and that] we have a good performance," she said during a recent rehearsal. "That's all we can control. We can control what we do out on the floor."
This week's double elimination will shrink the already stellar group down to nine celebrity dancers, which puts even more pressure on the stars to bring their best to the dance floor. Although the competition remains its fiercest in Dancing's fifteen seasons, Bryan revealed that the energy is positive between the celebs.
"So many people have known each other so long, [so] it's really...competitive but it's...even more like a love fest," the actress said, revealing that the celebs sometimes give one another pointers. "Being a part of the All-Star season, we want this to be the best season 'Dancing with the Stars' has ever had just because we all get to say that we were a part of it."
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Not only is this season's talent at its peak but also the importance of fan voting, as last week's eliminated star, Joey Fatone, boasted a middle-of-the-pack score and yet was eliminated over significantly lower-scoring cast mates.
"This is truly, more than any other season, about the voters and who they want to see," Bryan asserted. "Our scores are all so close that being in the middle is like the scariest thing ever."
Check out the full video above to see how Bryan and Van Amstel fared in their partners pop quiz, and see how their fare on the dance floor Monday at 8 p.m. on ABC on Dancing with the Stars.