Disney Night on "Dancing with the Stars" is a magical night when the ballroom dance floor becomes the happiest place on earth. The 10 remaining couples will represent their favorite Disney films through their dances and costumes.

This theme was first used in Season 18 and has been a favorite since then. It usually shows up during the Spring season, but it is a good thing it is coming on Monday, October 16 during the Winter season. Viewers might need some happiness in their lives. For an hour, they can enjoy several Disney films.

What to expect

Expect to be entertained when the dancers represent their favorite Disney films.

Don't be surprised if you see some of the same films you have seen during previous years. Some of the films have appeared multiple times. Of course, the dancers were different each season.

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy chose to perform a jazz routine that was inspired by "Steamboat Willie." Val and Sharna Burgess are the only pros who have competed in all four Disney Nights up to now. Sharna and Derek Fisher were eliminated last week. Therefore, Val will be the only pro to participate in every single Disney Night since Season 18. Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev will also perform a jazz. They chose to represent the film "Coco."

Two couples will perform a foxtrot. Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold are taking on "Moana." Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas will perform scenes from "Pinocchio." It will be the third time this film will be featured.

Nick Lachey will be a bear as he and Peta Murgatroyd perform a quickstep inspired by "The Jungle Book." This will be the third time for this film. Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke will perform the same dance but from "The Lion King" that will be featured for its third time.

Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson are the only ones Dancing the Argentine Tango as they represent the "Pirates of the Caribbean." Sasha Pieterse and Gleb Savchenko will dance the rumba inspired from "The Little Mermaid." This has become the most popular Disney film.

It is the only film to be featured in four out of the five Disney Nights.

Drew Scott will take on the role of Kermit the Frog as he and Emma Slater perform a Viennese Waltz from "The Muppet Movie." Vanessa Lachey will be Snow White as she and Maks Chmerkovskiy waltz to scenes from that classic.

The judges

The judges seem to be exceptionally nice on Disney Night.

Judge Bruno Tonioli loves this themed episode more than any other night. He usually gives out more 10s because he is so happy with the performances. Head judge Len Goodman seems to soften up just a tad.

There will be a lot of happiness during Monday's night episode. Join the dancers at the happiest place on earth on "Dancing With The Stars" when it airs on Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC. Sadly, another couple will be eliminated.