When Dancing With The Stars sweethearts Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec tie the matrimonial knot later this summer, they'll celebrate their union in fitting style with not just one but two first dances. In a July 29 People exclusive, the Shark Tank star and his pro dancer fiancee dished on the two wedding day routines they've cooked up.

Per the report, the 39-year old Johnson and her 53-year old beau will perform a traditional first dance to the Etta James classic "At Last." The performance will have extra meaning for the duo, who met when paired up for Dancing with the Stars season 20 in the spring of 2015, because they would have danced to that exact song had they not been eliminated from contention.

Bridal party fun on tap with 'Bills'

For their second routine, Johnson and Herjavec will revisit their first-ever dance in the DWTS ballroom as they --and their bridal party, which will include two-time Mirrorball champion Cheryl Burke, among others-- perform a number set to LunchMoney Lewis' "Bills." Although Johnson admitted that some members of the bridal party were "a little freaked out" about taking part in the production, she called it a "fun dance" that she hoped would "surprise" the couple's guests.

Shortly after their debut performance on DWTS, fans of the so-named Team Sharkaroo --which combined the Shark from Shark Tank with a kangaroo, which represents Johnson's Aussie heritage-- sensed romance blossoming between the two. Although they played coy with the press, they were frequently photographed together both during and after the season's conclusion. Herjavec ultimately proposed to Johnson in February, and the two celebrated their engagement with friends and family.

More Dancing romance

Kym Johnson and Robert Herjavec may be next in line to tie the knot, but they're not the only Dancing with the Stars alums with wedding bells in their futures. Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy --who own three Mirrorball Trophies between them, including the one Murgatroyd won with America's Next Top Model winner Nyle DiMarco back in May-- are engaged and expecting a baby early next year.

Mark Ballas, who won seasons six and eight, is engaged to musician BC Jean. Julianne Hough, who owns two show trophies of her own, is planning her own nuptials to NHL player Brooks Laich.

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