‘Dancing With the Stars’ Couples-Swap Week Is Here! Find Out Who’s With Who

The same, but different! Dancing With the Stars' season 22 contestants need to create chemistry quickly as they team up with new dance partners for "Switch Up Night" on Monday, April 18.

The new pairs were announced on Good Morning America on Wednesday, April 13, after fans voted on Twitter for the combinations and dance styles.

Fuller House star Jodie Sweetin, who has danced this season with Keo Motsepe, will join Val Chmerkovskiy for the special episode. The actress, who shared scenes with Val and older brother Maks Chmerkovskiy on an episode of Fuller House, is hoping to bounce back after earning a lackluster 27 out of 40 on her tango in the Monday, April 11, episode.

This season's sexy standout, deaf model Nyle DiMarco, will team with Sharna Burgess instead of usual partner Peta Murgatroyd. The America's Next Top Model cycle 22 winner wowed viewers and judges alike with his sexy Tarzan-inspired dance — loincloth and all! — in Monday's episode, nabbing a 34 for his samba.

Maks, the show's former dance pro who won the Mirrorball with Meryl Davis in season 18, returns as a guest judge for the episode.

Jodie Sweetin and Val Chmerkovskiy
Jodie Sweetin and Val Chmerkovskiy on 'Fuller House.' Michael Yarish/Netflix

The full list of "Switch Up Night" pairs and their dance styles is below:

Jodie Sweetin and Val Chmerkovskiy — paso doble

Nyle DiMarco and Sharna Burgess — Viennese waltz

Paige VanZant and Sasha Farber — rumba

Ginger Zee and Mark Ballas — salsa

Wanya Morris and Witney Carson — tango

Antonio Brown and Karina Smirnoff — cha-cha

Von Miller and Lindsay Arnold — jive

Kim Fields and Keo Motsepe — Viennese waltz

Doug Flutie and Peta Murgatroyd — tango

Tell Us: Which new pair are you most excited to watch?

Dancing With the Stars airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET. 

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