'Dancing' celebs reveal personal details

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LOS ANGELES Mya was sassy and graceful during the first two weeks of competition. She credits her mom, and a house filled with music, for her talent.

"The lights, curtains, audience and the orchestra are all reminiscent of 30s and 40s," said Mya. "It brings me joy and butterflies to be part of a major production."

Mark Dacascos is more than an athlete and TV host, he also happens to be quite the linguist.

"I grew up in Germany where English was mandatory, but French was my choice," said Dacascos. "I also know Mandarin Chinese. I went to Taiwan to be a monk. I've had a full life."

And for Kelly Osbourne, this entire experience is now part of a long road of learning about herself.

"For a long time in my sobriety I thought 'what's the point?' No one's noticed that I'm changing. No one says anything positive to me, they still think that I'm the person that I use to be and doing this show has allowed even me to see I'm not that person anymore and even people that I don't even know are saying this and it feels great," said Osbourne. "I can't even tell you the amazing things that people are saying I still have to pinch myself because I don't believe it."

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