"It makes sense to me why, you know?" Remini explained.
When asked what she thinks fans can look forward to from the singer's performance, Remini exclaimed, "Everything!"
But does "everything" mean any special guest stars? Remini admitted that she didn't know anything about that possibility, but said she doesn't know if the performance would even need any additional artists.
"I don't know. To me, Jennifer is enough, and Shakira?! Anybody else would just be, like, added on," she shared.
Things got tense when Remini threatened to walk off the set after Goodman and Tonioli gave Lamar Odom low scores for his Viennese waltz with partner Peta Murgatroyd. The actress called the numbers they awarded "unacceptable."
Later, she got into a yelling match with Goodman after he harshly criticized Karamo Brown's paso doble with Jenna Johnson, which led to Tonioli stepping in to Goodman's defense and demanding that he be allowed to share advice as a dance professional.
"They know what they're talking about," Remini admitted backstage. "But I'm speaking from my heart."
When asked if she'll be returning as a DWTS guest judge at any point in the future, Remini joked, "I hope so, but I don't know if they'll have me back at this point."