Since Simone Biles has been a contestant on this season's "Dancing With The Stars," viewers are learning more and more about her. For instance, people learned last week that she doesn't know who Elvis Presley was. During Las Vegas night, she and partner Sasha Farber danced to Elvis Presley's "Viva Las Vegas."

During this week's rehearsal, she told Lauren Zima of "Entertainment Tonight" that she just had her first proper date. The 20-year-old Olympic gymnast admits that she hasn't dated before. She confessed that she believes she should have been on many dates by now.

Biles talked a little about her mystery man. She said she had a good time on her date, and she will probably have a second date with him because the first one ended with a kiss. She giggled as she said her date has a good body. The complete package of Simone's discussion will be aired on Monday night's episode before she dances.

Week 4's tease

On Monday night, April 10, dancers will identify and dance to a song that represents their most memorable year. Simone says what she will tell and dance to will make viewers cry because it is so touching. Simone and Sasha are dancing the Viennese Waltz to "Good Good Father" by Chris Tomlin. They promised their routine would wow the audience. Sasha teased by saying Simone is going to say something she has wanted to say for a long time.

Sasha suggested that fans should have tissues ready during Monday night's episode because he thinks everyone is going to cry. After hearing that, people are wondering what could be so emotional that viewers will cry.

Simone and Sasha's scores

Even though the couple dropped to the fourth place this week, Simone's overall score is tied with Rashad Jennings for the top average.

Simone's score was 32 out of 40. She fell a couple of points behind 20-year-old Normani Kordei who received the top score of 34 with partner Val Chmerkovskiy. Simone is still the frontrunner to win the competition. When Zima asked her who does she have to beat, she giggled and said herself.

Laurie Hernandez is Simone's friend and U.S.

Olympic Gymnastics teammate. Because Laurie was last season's Mirrorball Trophy winner with Valentin Chmerkovskiy, she has been advising Simone to have fun on the show and be herself. Laurie was the youngest winner of the show at 16. Even though she is four years younger than Simone, the younger one is giving advice to the older one.

Watch "Dancing with the Stars" on ABC on Monday, April 10 at 8 p.m. to hear Simone's story as well as stories of the other dancers.