Kaitlyn Bristowe is hoping she will be able to compete Monday night on "Dancing With the Stars," despite an ankle injury.
The former "Bachelorette" star revealed Sunday on Instagram she will be portraying Moana for season 29's "Disney Night," while performing with her pro partner, Artem Chigvintsev.
"Luckily Moana is a little barefoot wonder and she can dance in bare feet, which helps my ankle," Bristowe told "Good Morning America" on Monday.
For now, the 35-year-old is still "waiting very patiently" for results from her MRI taken last week.
"Nothing has come back yet," Bristowe explained. "I am assuming I will have them at some point today."
The "Off the Vine" podcast host's ankle flared up before taking to the ballroom for week two and, since then, she has been doing everything possible to care for her injury.
"I've been doing a lot of physical therapy, just certain stretches, we do icing, we do taping," Bristowe added. "We do everything possible and elevating it when I'm not dancing."
When she noted that rehearsal time has been cut short due to her situation, Chigvintsev confirmed it has been cut way short.
"So I'm really nervous for tonight," Bristowe said.
Given the fact that the reality star's ankle injury happened early in the season, she is worried how this will affect her moving forward in the season.
"If I'm thinking positively and long term being here for a while, it's a little scary to think I'm going to have to nurse this thing the whole way though, but I'm trying to stay positive and go day by day," Bristowe concluded. "But it's definitely worrying me a little bit."