The Season 22 couples are back together! After shaking it out during Switch-Up week on “Dancing With the Stars,” the remaining nine duos are ready to reunite with their original partners in Week 6 of the hit ABC competition. And it looks like a few of the ballroom buddies will be tackling jazz when they appear on the dance floor on Monday night, which will honor some of the most famous dances throughout history.

Von Miller and Witney Carson will celebrate Michael Jackson as they bust a move to his hit single “Bad” while Ginger Zee and Val Chmerkovskiy pay homage to Janet Jackson’s iconic, hip-swinging “Nasty” routine. Paige VanZant and Mark Ballas will then get groovy to “Soul Bossa Nova” from “Austin Powers” while Wanya Morris and Lindsay Arnold wrap up the jazz routines by traveling back to the 2000s. The high-scoring couple will perform a foot-tapping dance to *NSYNC’s “Bye Bye Bye” and even gave fans a sneak peek at their performance in a behind-the-scenes Instagram photo.


It's going down... __ @dancingabc #famousdances NSYNC "Bye Bye Bye"

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But Team Pow Right In The Kisser won’t be the only couple to celebrate iconic film routines! Antonio Brown and Sharna Burgess will also perform a jive inspired by “Footloose” as Kim Fields and Sasha Farber tackle the same dance to “You Can’t Stop the Beat” from “Hairspray.” Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd will attempt to wow the judges with a high-energy quickstep to “Hey! Pachuco” from “The Mask.” And Doug Flutie and Karina Smirnoff will celebrate the award-winning film “Slumdog Millionaire” with a colorful Bollywood performance.

And speaking of color, Jodie Sweetin and Keo Mostepe teased that their contemporary routine, inspired by Pink’s hit song “Try,” will be vibrant when they posted an alluring photo from their Week 6 rehearsal.


Who do you think will come out on top during “Dancing With the Stars” Season 22, Week 6? Sound off in the comments section below. “Dancing With the Stars” airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. EDT.