'Dancing Stars' Ready for a Ballroom Blitz

Only “Extra” has your first look at “Dancing with the Stars,” which spins back onto ABC next Monday.

We’ve got all the behind-the-scenes secrets with this season’s “Dancing” dynamos, including Heather Mills.

Mills’ story is one of the most intriguing dramas to spin around the dance floor, as she’ll be competing with a prosthetic leg.

“My main concerns are keeping my leg on,” Heather told us. “I'm not taking the competition too seriously because my life is so serious.”

But she does hope to inspire others: “What I am taking seriously is how many people with disabilities will be watching, especially amputees. I absolutely love that show. I cry every week because it's so inspiring.”

Also ready to hit the dance floor is former “Extra” host Leeza Gibbons, who is just excited to turn 50 this month.

We discovered that her best present may be a few good dance lessons from her partner, Tony.

Meanwhile former Miss USA Shandi Finnessey revealed she and her dancing guy, newcomer Brian Fortuna, already suffer from costume confusion.

“I think I wear the pants,” she joked.

Another star, former “Cheers” member John Ratzenberger, is speaking out for the first time about stepping in for “Sopranos” star, Vincent Pastore, who bowed out of the competition.

“My fiancée Lindsay found out. I said no because of scheduling and she re-arranged my schedule,” he said. “So there you go.”

When “Dancing” hits ABC, the one thing certain among the uncertain dancer is that everyone will hail the “Dancing” queen, two-time champ Cheryl Burke.

Cheryl told “Extra” that she and “90210” star Ian Ziering have their eye on one guy.

“Definitely Joey,” Burke said.

But is ‘N Sync star Joey Fatone ready to re-release his boy band moves to America?

“If you put me through the finals you may see something sleeveless,” he promised.

Don’t miss the season four premiere of “Dancing with the Stars,” Monday night on ABC!