Rumbas are supposed to be sexy, sensual and romantic. But funny? "Ours will be! We'll break the mold," Dancing with the Stars' Tony Dovolani tells TVGuide.com. The pro will debut his chuckle-worthy routine with The Hills' Audrina Patridge Monday as part of Dancing's TV Theme week. Their song? Natasha Bedingfield's "Unwritten" — the Hills theme, of course. "We do a little nod to The Hills. It's going to be funny and hot," he says. "It represents what her show is about and her transformation from that show to our show." Find out what else you can expect from the duo's routine, why the Dancing pro thinks they can go all the way and how his waxed legs are doing.
TVGuide.com: You guys have been doing great and I think have surprised a lot of fans with how well you're doing.
Tony Dovolani: Yeah, definitely. Well, if you think about it. Before the season started, Audrina had no dance experience and she's from The Hills. You don't know if she's going to be likeable or not and she turns out to be the girl next door who happens to be hot. She works harder than anyone else I've been with. We could schedule the studio for five hours and we'll be there for seven and a half hours not even realizing it. I feel like some people are looking over their shoulders like, "We didn't count her as a contender! What the hell?"