Nick Viall & 'Dancing With The Stars' Guys Strip Down For Boy Band Episode!

It’s battle of the sexes time on DWTS, and in a behind-the-scenes sneak peek of Monday night’s episode, the male stars – Nick Viall, Bonner Bolton, Rashard Jennings, and David Ross – are shown getting into complete Magic Mike mode! Yes, Magic Mike ladies!

Seriously, the guys took it all off (by “all off," we mean just their tops, but it was still quite something) for their sexy boy band practice sesh!

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Bonner seemed to be the most excited about the shirtless segment as he was the first to start stripping down.

“Bonner just wants to take his shirt off and do some rodeo. Fine by us, that’s going in there,” Rashard Jennings’ partner, Emma Slater, told the cameras.

Nonetheless, the bull rider wasn’t the only one enthusiastic about their all-guy routine, as the rest of the DWTS men teamed up and started putting together their own routine – sans their professional dance partners – for Monday night’s show.


“They were all getting along really well, and they were even coming up with their own dance moves tonight.” Bonner’s partner, Sharna Burgess, revealed.

The guys will be dancing to a medley of “Dancing Machine” by Jackson 5, “You Got It (The Right Stuff)” by New Kids on the Block and “Best Song Ever” by One Direction. While the ladies will be rocking out to their own medley of “My Boyfriend’s Back” by The Chiffons, “No Scrubs” by TLC and “BO$$” by Fifth Harmony. #GirlPower

To see a clip of the guys' steamy practice sesh, click the video above!

Who do you think is going to win tonight? Ladies? Or Guys? Sound off in the comments below!


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