It’s “Disney Week” in “Dancing with the Stars.” The most “magical dancing with the stars” event of the season returns to ABC, this time as a two-night event with double the magic on “Disney Heroes Night” and “Disney Villains Night” .
The fun begins tonight, Monday, Oct. 11, at 8 p.m. ET / PT, while the remaining 13 couples perform choreographed numbers inspired by Disney Heroes. Then, on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 8 p.m. ET / PT, the star cast turns evil for Disney Villains-inspired performances. It all starts at the Disneyland Resort.
To prepare for the two dazzling nights, the couples visited Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park for inspiration, from Sleeping Beauty Castle to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to Avengers Campus, Cars Land, Pixar Pier and beyond. These are just some of our favorite moments of your visit. Talk about inspiration!
Here is the schedule being booked for the next two nights:
Night of the “Disney Heroes” | Monday, October 11 | 20.00 ET / PT
- Kenya Moore and Professional Brandon Armstrong Dance Contemporary in “How Far I’ll Go” by “Moana”
- Olivia Jade and Val Chmerkovskiy’s professional dancing Samba in “I Can’t Wait to Be King” from “The Lion King”
- Amanda Kloots and professional Alan Bersten dancing the Rumba in “You’re Be in My Heart” by “Tarzan”
- JoJo Siwa and professional Jenna Johnson dance the Viennese waltz in “A dream is a wish your heart makes” from “Cinderella”
- Melanie C. and her pro Gleb Savchenko dance jazz in “Step in Time” by “Mary Poppins”
- Suni Lee and professional Sasha Farber dancing the salsa to “Colombia, Mi Encanto!” of “Charm”
- Melora Hardin and professional Artem Chigvintsev dancing the fast step in “I Wan’na Be Like You (2016)” from “The Jungle Book”
- Jimmie Allen and her professional Emma Slater dancing the Double Step in “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” by “Mulan”
- Iman Shumpert and professional Daniella Karagach dance the Foxtrot for “Let It Go” by “Frozen”
- Miz and professional Witney Carson dance the fast step to “Aladdin’s” Friend Like Me
- Brian Austin Green and professional Sharna Burgess dancing the waltz in “Someday My Prince Will Come” from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”
- Cody Rigsby and his professional Cheryl Burke dance the Jive to “stand out” from “A Goofy Movie”
- Matt James and professional Lindsay Arnold dancing the Quickstep in “The Incredits” of “The Incredibles”
Night of “Disney Villains” | Tuesday, October 12 | 20.00 ET / PT
- Kenya Moore and professional Brandon Armstrong dancing the Viennese waltz in Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” (inspired by “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”)
- Olivia Jade and the professional Val Chmerkovskiy dancing jazz in “Remember Me” by “Coco”
- Amanda Kloots and professional Alan Bersten dancing the Double Step for “Call Me Cruella” from “Cruella”
- JoJo Siwa and professional Jenna Johnson dance the Double Step in “Ways to Be Wicked” from “Descendants 2”
- Melanie C. and her pro Gleb Savchenko dancing the Viennese waltz in “Once Upon a Dream” by “Maleficent”
- Suni Lee and the professional Sasha Farber dancing the Viennese waltz in “I put a spell on you” from “Hocus Pocus”
- Melora Hardin and professional Artem Chigvintsev dance jazz with “Mother knows best” from “Tangled”
- Jimmie Allen and professional Emma Slater dancing Jazz to Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” (inspired by “Peter Pan”)
- Iman Shumpert and professional Daniella Karagach dancing Argentine tango in “Arabian Nights” by “Aladdin”
- Miz and professional Witney Carson dance the Argentine tango for “Prepare” from “The Lion King”
- Brian Austin Green and professional Sharna Burgess dancing the Double Step in “He’s a Pirate” from “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”
- Cody Rigsby and professional Cheryl Burke dancing the Viennese waltz in “Gaston” from “Beauty and the Beast”
- Matt James and professional Lindsay Arnold dancing the Double Step in “The Jungle Book” of “The Jungle Book”
Want to join in the fun? Put on your dancing shoes and click here to see how Mickey Mouse teaches you the same moves that each pair will need to include in their routines, regardless of the style of dance they perform. After learning the routine, post it on social media using #DWTSMickeyDanceChallenge.