"Dancing with the Stars" season 23 contenders will heat up the dance floor with their moves as they perform two dances to court America's favor. The pairs will perform a redemption dance where they perform a dance that they did earlier this season and another routine under freestyle dance. The main goal for Monday's performance would be to make it to the finale on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Based on the latest reports, the celebrities and their partners will be performing the following dance routines:
Calvin Johnson Jr. & Lindsay Arnold
A Viennese Waltz to the tune of Ryan Shaw's "I Am Your Man" would be the couple's entry under the redemption category. Meanwhile, their freestyle would be dance to the melody of "Please Mr. Postman"/"I Want You Back" as performed by The Marvelettes/Jackson 5.
James Hinchcliffe & Sharna Burgess
The couple's redemption dance will be a Foxtrot to the melody of Harry Connick Jr.'s "It Had to be You." Their freestyle entry will be to the tune of The Piano Guys' "Beethoven's 5 Secrets."
Valentin Chmerkovskiy & Laurie Hernandez
Considered to be among the strongest contenders in "Dancing with the Stars" season 23, many are betting that this pair will make it to the finale. Their redemption song will be a Paso Doble to Dorothy's "Wicked Ones" and their freestyle entry is a dance to the tune of Ben Rector's "Brand New."
Gleb Savchenko & Jana Kramer
The couple's choice for their redemption dance is a Tango to Zedd's "Stay the Night." Their freestyle entry would be a dance to Sia's "Unstoppable."
"Dancing With The Stars" Season 23 Finale
"Dancing with the Stars" season 23 contenders Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko are at a huge disadvantage since Gleb caught the flu virus over the weekend. Unless the professional dancer becomes healthy enough to sway and groove in the dance floor, the odds are totally against them. While Gleb was the first one to succumb to sickness, Jana might have caught the virus too.
Having one sick person in a heated dance session is already difficult enough. If the two of them are still sick with the flu, they need nerves of steel to do well on the dance floor. If they get past Monday's performance, there are more challenges awaiting them since they would only have 24 hours to learn a new dance for the DWTS season finale.
"Dancing with the Stars" season 23 airs on ABC every Monday at 8/7c.