Dancing With The Stars 2015 resumes Oct. 12 on ABC with the season's one and only Switch-Up night, an evening of spray tan-infused action that will challenge the nine remaining celebrities to perform alongside brand new pro partners. Fortunately for the aspiring hoofers, comparison won't be king when it comes time to face judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Julianne Hough, Bruno Tonioli, and guest panelist Maksim Chmerkovskiy, because every couple will perform a different style of dance, according to an Oct. 8 network announcement.

Who's dancing what during the DWTS Switch-Up?

From the sensual Rumba to the fast-paced and technically challenging Quickstep, the week five menu will feature a virtual smorgasboard of dance delights for viewers.

The switched-up celebrity/pro pairs will perform the following styles:

  • Army National Guardsman specialist turned train hero Alek Skarlatos and Emma Slater, Rumba
  • Spy Kids alum Alexa PenaVega and Derek Hough, Tango
  • Honey, I'm Good singer Andy Grammer and Sharna Burgess, Argentine Tango
  • Wildlife conservationist Bindi Irwin and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Cha Cha Cha
  • Big Time Rush star Carlos PenaVega and Lindsay Arnold, Quickstep
  • Social media sensation Hayes Grier and Allison Holker, Viennese Waltz
  • Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and Witney Carson, Paso Doble
  • Celebrity chef Paula Deen and Mark Ballas, Jive
  • Grammy-nominated singer Tamar Braxton and Louis Van Amstel, Samba

Are the Switch-Up pairs all happy couples?

Although the new couples are still getting to know one another, most seem to find their temporary partnerships rewarding.

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Holker tweeted on Oct. 10 that she was "having so much fun" dancing with 15-year old Vine star Greer, while Grammer and Burgess teamed up to visit kids at Children's Hospital LA. But that's not all: Irwin posted an amusing Dubsmash video featuring herself with Chmerkovskiy, and Alexa Penavega tweeted that she "cannot wait" to do the Tango with Hough. Even better, Skarlatos celebrated his birthday on Oct. 10 and had the chance to visit with good friend and fellow train hero Spencer Stone, who was stabbed during an altercation in Sacramento on Oct. 8.

Dancing with the Stars 2015 airs Mondays on ABC.