"Dancing With The Stars" is down to the final four couples and Monday night's semi-finals will determine which three celebrities will compete for the Season 24 Mirrorball trophy next week.

Who will go home on Monday night? What time should fans tune in to watch the semifinals, and what is the date and time of the "DWTS" season finale? Here's everything you need to know including the dances and dance styles the four couples will be dancing to during the semi-finals.

"DWTS" semi-finals and season finale start times

The two-hour "Dancing with the Stars" live semi-finals show starts at 8 p.m.

ET on Monday, May 15. All four couples will perform two rounds of dancing (list of dances below) before host Tom Bergeron announces the name of the eliminated celebrity dancer.

Next week's one-hour finale begins at 8 p.m. ET, one hour before the Season 13 premiere of "The Bachelorette" on your local ABC channel. Two celebs will be eliminated and the Season 13 Mirrorball champion will be named.

Semi-finals dances and dance styles

Judges' challenge (each couple will be instructed by one of the four judges)

  • Simone and Sasha: "Faith" Stevie Wonder( Jive) - instructed by Carrie Ann
  • Rashad and Emma: "Say You Won't Let Go" James Arthur (Rumba) - instructed by Bruno
  • Normani and Val: "Desperado" Rihanna (Viennese Waltz) - instructed by Len
  • David and Lindsay : "You Make Me Feel So Young" Michael Buble (Foxtrot) — instructed by Julianne

Individual dances:

  • Simone and Sasha: "Skyscraper" Demi Lovato (Rumba)
  • Rashad and Emma: "Yes I Can" Superhumans (Quickstep)
  • Normani and Val:"What a Wonderful World" Ray Chew (Jazz
  • David and Lindsay: "Castle on the Hill" Ed Sheeran (Tango)

Who will go home on semi-finals night?

Last week, Bonner Bolton was eliminated, something that was not a big surprise to most fans.

Going into this week, the celebs who topped the leaderboard last week have been top contenders all season.

Here's how everyone stacked up on the Week 8 leaderboard:

  • Normani Kordei — 79
  • Rashad Jennings — 75
  • Simone Biles — 72
  • David Ross — 65

In the beginning of the season, there was speculation that Simone Biles would win the Mirrorball trophy.

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Now there's some big competition between Normani, Rashad, and Simone. Not that David is a bad dancer — he's done so well — but, it would be a total shocker if he ended up winning ABC's popular dance competition.

All four celebrities have great fan bases and they definitely need their support! This week's elimination will be based on the votes from last week and the judges score. At this point, it's anyone's game to win.