The competition is thinning out on Dancing With the Stars, with six worthy contestants left to vie for the Mirror Ball trophy.
Football player Donald Driver, Disney star Roshon Fegan, actress Melissa Gilbert, Welsh singer Katherine Jenkins, Cuban telenovela actor William Levy and television presenter Maria Menounos are still in the running.
Actor Jaleel White, fondly remembered for his role as Steve Urkel in the television series Family Matters, was ousted last Tuesday during Classical Week.
Levy, who's been slated as a top contender this season -- and has been a huge hit with female viewers -- will perform a Paso Doble with partner Cheryl Burke on Monday night. He tweeted that he'll be dressed up as his favorite character. Any idea who that might be?
Jenkins will dance the Viennese Waltz and Cha Cha with professional partner Mark Ballas.
Driver tweeted that he and his professional partner Peta Murgatroyd will dance first. They will dance both a tango and a jive on Monday night.
Menounos, who's had injuries this season, had a bit of down time over Cinco de Mayo weekend. She tweeted a photo of herself having a Dirty Dancing moment in a pool.
Gilbert, who's also been battling injuries, tweeted that she will be dancing the samba and foxtrot with notoriously tough partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
Fegan may be the youngest performer of the season, but he still needs to catch up on rest: Big day ahead of me tomorrow y'all got to be well rested, he tweeted.
Who do you think will ace this week's performance?
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