At this point, who goes home will ultimately be up to how the fans voted, but Drew Scott & Emma Slater received the lowest combined score from the judges last week, 47/60, followed closely behind by Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy, who scored a total of 48 points.
What are the stars performing to for their FIRST DANCE of the night?
For the first routines of the night, the pros have personally chosen the song for the celebrities.
Drew Scott & Emma Slater
Tango, "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by The Proclaimers
Frankie Muniz & Witney Carson
Salsa, "Shake" by Yin Yang Twins & Pitbull
Jordan Fisher & Lindsay Arnold
Argentine Tango, "Brother" (feat. Gavin DeGraw) by NEEDTOBREATHE
Lindsey Stirling & Mark Ballas
Contemporary, "Head High" by Alexander Jean
Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy
Waltz, "To Build a Home" (feat. Patrick Watson) by Cinematic Orchestra
What are the stars performing to for their SECOND DANCE of the night?
For dance No. 2, each celebrity will be challenged to reinterpret an iconic dance from past seasons in what ABC is calling a "semifinals extravaganza." Click the links below to watch each of the original routines the pairs will be tackling!
Victoria Arlen & Val Chmerkovskiy
Charleston, "Bang Bang" by will.i.am
Recreation from season 17 by Amber Riley & Derek Hough
Will Lindsay Arnold dance?
This is yet to be determined. ET confirmed that Arnold injured her knee during rehearsals on Sunday, threatening her ability to perform on Monday night's show.
"Lindsay injured her knee during camera blocking rehearsal Sunday morning while working on a number with the troupe," a DWTS source explained to ET. "Lindsay is hopeful she'll be cleared to dance, but it will likely be touch and go until showtime Monday."
In the case that Arnold is unable to perform, Sharna Burgess will be stepping in to dance with Jordan Fisher.
How are the dancers feeling going into the semifinals? What can we expect from their routines?
While we'll still have to wait for some surprises in the ballroom on Monday, a few of the dancing duos teased their upcoming routines while chatting with ET. Here's what they said:
Lindsay and Jordan are going to keep doing what they're doing!
"I am feeling extremely good about where we are right now and I think it all goes back to the fact that we have a great relationship," Lindsay said. "We trust each other and that is what I plan on continuing doing. I think that is all we can do -- do our best, rely on each other and lean on each other for the rest of this competition as long as we stay in."
Witney is holding Frankie to his word!
As we saw during last week's show, Frankie made a promise to Witney that if they made it to "like week eight or nine," he would take his shirt off. Well, according to Witney, it's happening!
"Here's the deal, I said that thinking I was going to be the first to go home, so I wasn't going to have to worry about it," Frankie explained.
"He didn't think I would remember or the show would remember," added Witney, who suggested the makeup department can give him abs. "But they did and you will fulfill that. There's some contour that can happen on the show."
Drew and Emma credit mirrorball champ Rashad Jennings for helping the Property Brothers star out with his "swag."
"Rashad helped," Emma said of Drew's major improvement from week seven to eight. "He really helped."
"Just being around him for a week, it has rubbed off," Drew admitted. "I am at least a 22 on the swag [scale now]!"
Social media teases.
Below, see more of the best moments that the dancing duos have shared over social media as they gear up to take the stage to perform again on Monday:
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