Jamie Anderson Teases 'Beautiful' Avicii Dance Ahead of 'DWTS' Debut With Artem Chigvintsev (Exclusive)

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The Olympic snowboarder tells ET their first dance will be 'elegant.'

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Jamie Anderson has her eye on another shiny accolade -- the mirrorball trophy!

ET recently caught up with the 27-year-old snowboarder, where she teased what's to come when she and her pro partner, Artem Chigvintsev, make their debut as #TeamInnerG on Monday's premiere of Dancing With the Stars: Athletes.

Jamie and Artem will be dancing the Viennese Waltz to Avicii's version of "Feeling Good." It's, of course, a sad time for fans of the Swedish DJ, remixer and record producer (real name: Tim Bergling), who tragically died last week at the age of 28.

Jamie says she and Artem plan to pay tribute to Avicii on the show in some way, with a stunning piece choreographed by Artem.

"Obviously, I think we will probably dedicate the dance to him and try to do something special," Jamie told ET last Friday. "I don't know exactly what quite yet, but I'm going to connect with Artem today and see what we should do."

"But I'm so excited!" she added. "I was really excited about the music and the dance. I think it's going to be a really fun dance, for sure."

Jamie describes the choreography as "beautiful" and "elegant," a romantic dance that's "different" than anything she's ever done.

"It's pretty intimidating, because a lot of it, I'm still a bit uncomfortable with," she admitted. "Just the fast-moving and staying on beat with all the notes. It's all brand new to me. But I think it's going to be fun."

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Jamie and Artem were both in Norway and just got back to Los Angeles (where DWTS is filmed) last Thursday, so with all the traveling, they haven't gotten as much rehearsal time as some of the other pairs.

"We've gotten to dance a couple days so far, which is great, but not as much as I'd like. We are definitely, I feel, a bit behind," Jamie explained. "Some of the other competitors have been dancing at least four to five hours a day, where we've only had a couple real rehearsals and a lot of them have been in between photo shoots and traveling across the country and world."

With only three days until premiere night at the time of our chat, Jamie said they were buckling down and staying focused.

"This is hammer time," Jamie exclaimed. "We gotta work really hard in the next couple of days, but I think it's pretty good. Everything's coming together, thank goodness."

Luckily, Jamie's friends and family will be cheering her on, including her boyfriend, fellow snowboarder Taylor Nicholson.

Seeing as Artem is known for bringing out his partners' romantic sides on the show (like he did with this steamy Argentine Tango he created for Nikki Bella last season), we had to ask Jamie how her beau feels about all of this.

"That part is definitely a little tricky. It's hard to be away from your love and be spending time with someone else," she confessed. "He's been really cool and supportive and he's excited because he just loves it all. And I think he knows that it's more of a show -- obviously a little bit of acting. And he's going to come and hang with us next week!"

Jamie made history at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. After taking home a gold medal in the Women's Slopestyle Event, she became the first female snowboarder to win more than one Olympic gold medal (she nabbed her first for the same event at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia).

Now, she has the potential to make history again. If she and Artem take home the coveted mirrorball, she'll be the first-ever snowboarder to win DWTS. So, is she confident she can do it?

"Gosh, I don't know quite yet if I can make that happen," Jamie said, laughing. "Right now, I'm just embracing the whole thing. Sometimes I get really stressed and nervous, and I actually want to just have fun and perform well, but not take it so serious, you know? It's all about having fun."

Dancing With the Stars: Athletes premieres Monday, April 30 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Be sure to keep up with all of ET's DWTS coverage, as we'll be liveblogging the show every week.