PHOENIX - Former Arizona Cardinals star quarterback Kurt Warner is preparing for his Dancing With the Stars debut.
He's practicing in Phoenix for his Monday night appearance on the hit ABC show with dance partner Anna Trebunskaya.
Warner tells ABC15 he is planning to dance a "Viennese Waltz" Monday night.
ABC15's Now@9 got a sneak peek inside Warner's practice on Wednesday morning. Watch the clip in the attached video.
The 12-year NFL quarterback is clearly a bit out of his element right now, but do you think he can succeed next week and in the weeks to come?
Are you rooting for our Arizona star?
You can watch him dance Monday at 7pm on ABC15-TV.
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