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'DWTS' 2014 switch up week: Who's dancing with whom?

During 'DWTS' 2014's April 7 switch up night, Charlie White will dance with Peta Murgatroyd, while Meryl Davis will perform alongside Val Chmerkovskiy.
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Although the cast was sworn to secrecy, an April 4 post to PureDWTS spoiled the professional pairings for the "Dancing with the Stars" 2014 switch up week, which will air April 7 on ABC.

Olympic champion ice dancer Meryl Davis, who steamed up the ballroom on March 31 with a fire extinguisher-worthy foxtrot in the arms of regular pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, will switch things up with Maks' younger brother Val. The younger Chmerkovskiy's usual celebrity partner, "The Wonder Years" actress turned math genius Danica McKellar, will take her week four turn around the ballroom on Maks' well-muscled arm.

Charlie White, who earned Olympic gold in Sochi as Meryl's partner on the ice, will work with "DWTS" season 14 pro champ Peta Murgatroyd, while his usual other half in the ballroom, Sharna Burgess, will team up with fellow Aussie and pop star Cody Simpson.

Comedian and "The Price is Right" host Drew Carey will dance the night away with "SYTYCD" alum and first-time pro Witney Carson, who usually works with Cody, while Drew's regular pro, two-time champion Cheryl Burke, will re-visit her Gilles Marini days by teaming up with Peta's regular celebrity partner, "Big Time Rush" star and heartthrob James Maslow.

"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star NeNe Leakes will take a turn around the ballroom on the arm of five-time pro champ Derek Hough, who usually works with Paralympian Amy Purdy. Taking Derek's place as Amy's pro better half for the week is Mark Ballas. Finally, "Full House" alum Candace Cameron Bure, who is Mark's regular partner, will work alongside long-time show pro and all-star season winner Tony Dovolani, who is NeNe's usual pro.

"Dancing with the Stars" 2014 resumes April 7 on ABC as the newly switched up pairs take to the ballroom for the first --and only-- time.