Meanwhile, on Sunday, Dancing With the Stars: Juniorscrowned its first champion ever -- 10-year-old pro skateboarder and surfer Sky Brown, her pro partner, JT Church, and mentor Alan Bersten.
In November, ET spoke to Bones and his pro partner, Sharna Burgess, after their victory, when even they admitted they were shocked by their big win.
"You have to think about it, [when] we started the show, I had never danced before!" Bones said. "She [Burgess] got stuck with someone -- she's done [the show with] athletes and people that are, like, super, she got Nick Carter and Antonio Brown -- and then all of a sudden she gets Gumby. I cannot believe we won."
The season marked Burgess' first win after 12 seasons competing on the show.
"This is probably the sweetest win that I could have had over seven [years]," Burgess told ET. "The journey that we had together, what we represented, and to hold a mirrorball trophy at the end of that, it's beautiful."