"She's really trying to bring out all the stops here. We got a pretty trendy song. She's bringing out a pretty trendy outfit. And she's combining my personality [and] my looks with her moves, and hopefully we can bring it home with this one," said Sorrentino.
"We have the Waltz, which is pretty slow -- not really his personality or mine -- but we're going to make it our own," said Lacey Schwimmer, Massey's partner.
"We are going to give you a Samba of pride and celebration and it is a very, very exciting dance," said Cho.
The storyline of the comedienne's dance with partner Louis van Amstel is a personal one.
"It's really about me and how hard it was when people told me I was overweight, I really wanted to kill myself. And this song and this dance is moment that I thought, 'I am OK the way that I am,'" said Cho. "And so we want to reach out to all those kids out there. There [are] a lot of gay teens who have been committing suicide, [and] we don't want any more of that. We want people to have pride and celebrate who they are."
Van Amstel says his partner's never-ending energy invigorates him.
"She doesn't ever run out of energy. What is so special about Margaret is she never gives up, even when she should, she still doesn't. And to me, that's really an inspiration," said Van Amstel.
"Roots" actor Ben Vereen, actor Dave Annable from "Brothers & Sisters" and 'Dancing' alum Steve Wozniak will all be in the audience Monday night.
The top spot in week two again went to 50-year-old Grey.
The remaining 10 couples hit the dance floor at 8 p.m. PT on ABC7.