Sean Lowe's Dancing With the Stars Partner Peta Murgatroyd: I'm Going to Teach Him and Catherine Giudici to Waltz for Their Wedding!

Celebrity News Mar. 12, 2013 AT 8:15PM
The Bachelor's Sean Lowe partners with Peta Murgatroyd on Season 16 of "Dancing With The Stars" The Bachelor's Sean Lowe partners with Peta Murgatroyd on Season 16 of "Dancing With The Stars" Credit: Craig Sjodin/ABC Via Getty

It's been a big week for Bachelor hunk Sean Lowe. Within hours of revealing to the world that he chose and proposed to finalist Catherine Giudici, the 29-year-old entrepreneur announced that he would be competing with Peta Murgatroyd on Season 16 of Dancing With the Stars -- a decision that could pay off for his upcoming nuptials.

PHOTOS: Proposals, promise rings, and breakups on The Bachelor

Speaking about Lowe during an interview for KIIS FM's On Air With Ryan Seacrest, one-time DWTS champion Murgatroyd dished that she planned to give the Bachelor star and his new fiancee a few tips for their first big dance as husband and wife. "I've already kind of invited myself," the Australian pro joked of the couple's wedding, which will be televised for ABC. "I'm gonna do the waltz for them. They're gonna be dancing it. I'll just teach it."

PHOTOS: Meet the Season 16 cast of Dancing With the Stars

Murgatroyd added that Giudici would "definitely" watch her fiance's rehearsals and performances when the competition kicks off on March 18 at 8 p.m. "She'll definitely be there every week at the show on Monday nights," the pro said. "I'm happy that she's gonna be there supporting us."

Lowe and his DWTS partner have been rehearsing for just a week, but Murgatroyd sees a lot of potential in him. "He has already got some pretty good moves down," she revealed. "I definitely think Sean's gonna make it far. I think he's got all the determination and drive to win that Mirrorball."

PHOTOS: See all the women Sean rejected

The biggest challenge will be "getting some bit of rhythm and some soul into those 'white boy hips,'" she joked. "I think he's pretty straight-laced, but I'm definitely gonna shake it up for him."

Tell Us: Do you think Sean has what it takes to go all the way on Dancing With the Stars?

How we use your email
X

We may use your e-mail address to send you the newsletter and offers that may interest you, on behalf of Us Weekly and its partners. For more information please read our Privacy Policy.

comments powered by Disqus

ADVERTISEMENT