This week, everyone goes Disney and Len tries on a kinder, less grumpy attitude for size.
Even the President endorsed Spicer this morning.
A few new Disney programs will be teased on the episode.
Fans will find out if Disney Night will follow its magical footsteps from last season.
"He's in hot water because there's some s*** that came out on him abusing his wife. So he's like, 'Look at me, I love women.'"
The second celebrity of the season is expected to be sent home on Monday night.
A second celebrity is expected to be sent home on Monday night.
Hannah Brown's time on the Bachelor franchise isn't over just yet.
"She wants to come back immediately, " Sailor Brinkley-Cook told Fox News.
The stars take to the sky with a movie-based series of dances; and one has to go home when his tendon pops.
"His positivity and dedication are admirable, and his smile is contagious."
Another celebrity will be sent home on Monday night.
Some viewers are already upset with the judges after the first elimination.
"I admit it. I will stare at a wall, I will lay on the ground and just like center."
Sean Spicer may live to dance another week, but many fans were upset that only the east coast gets to vote.
The lowest score of the night was 12 of 30 judges points.
"We listened to what everybody said about what happened last year."
The voting system will change as of Monday night.
"Clearly the judges aren't going to be with me. Let's send a message," Spicer tweeted.
"Trust me, I certainly haven't forgotten and once you see the outfit I have to wear tonight you won't forget for quite some time," Spicer tweeted on Monday morning. He wasn't wrong.
Amidst the controversy, Sean Spicer made his debut on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."
The highest score of the night was 21 out of 30, and the lowest was 11 out of 30.
The show premieres on Monday night.
The finale isn't far away, but has been pushed back by another premiere.
A famous daughter will replace her mother after a broken arm.
Her mother, Christie Brinkley, can't compete because of a broken arm.
"We got a lot of complaints," said judge Carrie Ann Inaba, and "we listened."
"Going into this dance world is kind of sending me back into that pageant mind."
This season, the official pairings won't be introduced until premiere night.