How the stars feel about their two dances for the semifinals of 'Dancing with the Stars'

CLEVELAND - The semifinals are here, which means there's just one week until Zendaya is crowned the new winner of "Dancing with the Stars."

Hey, not biased here…just calling it like I see it.

The five remaining couples have been working on two dances for Monday night, including one unlearned dance and a dance that fans picked for them on Twitter.

For their unlearned dance, Disney star Zendaya and Val are working on a quickstep. Fans picked hip-hop for their Twitter dance.

Zendaya tweeted, "I wanted to go to Wango Tango...but alas I'm at rehearsal knocking out this quick step and hip hop!! #beastmode ."

Country singer Kellie Pickler and Derek are working on an Argentine tango, and have a Flamenco for their Twitter dance.

Kellie tweeted, "Can't believe we're less than 2 weeks away from the finale, my feet are killing me & my legs feel like over cooked noodles."

Olympian Aly Raisman and Mark are rehearsing a rumba, and have Afro-jazz for their Twitter dance.

Aly tweeted, "Loving our rumba routine & our song is one of my favorites!!! Can't wait for you all to see it!! #DWTS :)."

Soap star Ingo Rademacher and Kym are practicing a samba, and have the Charleston for their Twitter dance.

Ingo tweeted, "Ok. It's all coming together. Love the Charleston! Thanks for voting to get it for us guys!"

NFL star Jacoby Jones and Karina got the Lindy hop for their Twitter dance.

Had they not been eliminated last week, "Bachelor" Sean Lowe and Peta would have dance the disco.

Ingo better bring it Monday night because he's most likely to be eliminated Tuesday night. Zendaya and Kellie are a lock for the final three, so Monday night's scores could determine the last spot between Aly or Jacoby.

Watch the semi-finals Monday night at 8 on ABC. Catch the pre-show online at: http://beta.abc.go.com/shows/dancing-with-the-stars/pre-show .

More information can be found at: http://abc.go.com/primetime/dancingwiththestars/index .

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