Drew Scott and Emma Slater are already planning what to do if they win the Mirrorball Trophy for "Dancing with the Stars" season 25. Although they are currently sitting in eighth place with an average score of 21.4 points after seven performances, the pair is confident that the odds will turn in their favor at the end of the dance competition.

The "Property Brothers" star revealed that his pro partner already asked him to make a custom build in her living room that could hold her previous Mirrorball and a possible new one. Emma Slater nabbed her first win in the dance competition just last season with Rashad Jennings as her celebrity counterpart.

'Halloween Night' on 'DWTS'

Drew Scott, on the other hand, said he would like to place the Mirrorball Trophy where he could see it the moment he wakes up. He also expressed his desire to win the competition after coming this far despite lacking dancing skills. In fact, the reality star admitted that he still could not believe that he reached week seven on the program.

For the upcoming episode, the "Dancing with the Stars" stage will turn into a spooky dance floor for the "Halloween Night" episode. Drew Scott and Emma Slater are bound to perform a Charleston set to "Remains of the Day" by Danny Elfman.

He told ET that both of them are excited for the upcoming performance and hinted at the concept of their stage.

The HGTV star also shared his experience in designing haunted houses, which he said started when he and his brother, Jonathan, were still in grade school.

"We like to infuse some color, so you're going to see that. You guys are going to love this," he mused. "This week is going to be a lot of fun energy."

Contestants to participate in a team dance

The reality star reassured that he has been working hard to avoid getting axed from the dance competition.

He added that his main goal has always been to be himself and to show that he enjoys what he is doing.

Drew Scott is not only excited about his performance with Emma Slater but also about the upcoming team dance. He and his pro partner were assigned to Team Phantom of the Opera to join Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson, Vanessa Lachey and Maks Chmerkovskiy, and Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy.

In fact, the actor and realtor was appointed as the team leader of the group. As the captain, Drew Scott wants to lead by example in order to inspire his teammates. He also wants each pair to do their best and stand out during the team performance.