‘Dancing with the Stars’ preview: What ‘Most Memorable Year’ dances will the celebrities perform?

On Monday night, October 10, “Dancing with the Stars” reprises a popular theme night: “Most Memorable Year,” in which the contestants perform dances inspired by a year that was especially meaningful in their lives. So what emotional dances will the contestants perform? Check out the complete list below.

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Marilu Henner & Derek Hough – Viennese Waltz – “Surprise Yourself” by Jack Garratt

Laurie Hernandez & Valentin Chmerkovskiy – Paso Doblé – “Rise” by Katy Perry

James Hinchcliffe & Sharna Burgess – Tango – “The Right Time” by Yves V featuring Mike James

Calvin Johnson & Lindsay Arnold – Jazz – “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

Terra Jole & Sasha Farber – Contemporary – “Stand by Me” by Florence and the Machine

Jana Kramer & Gleb Savchenko – Contemporary – “In My Daughter’s Eyes” by Martina McBride

Ryan Lochte & Cheryl Burke – Contemporary – “A Song for You” by Leon Russell

Maureen McCormick & Artem Chigvintsev – Foxtrot – “From the Ground Up” by Dan and Shay

Amber Rose & Maksim Chmerkovskiy – Samba – “Woman Up” by Meghan Trainor

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Of the dances above, ABC has revealed that current “DWTS” frontrunner Laurie Hernandez will be celebrating this very year, 2016, in which she won a gold medal at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Singer Jana Kramer will also be commemorating this year, in which her child was born. Race car driver James Hinchcliffe, however, will be reflecting on a much darker time: in 2015 when he nearly died in an accident on the race track.

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