Meanwhile, Alan and Artem played coy when ET asked if they'll be competing on Season 26.
"I'm looking forward to it -- just going to say that," Artem replied.
Gleb admitted he has "no idea" whether the lineup of cast members for Dancing with the Stars' all-athletes edition has been set in stone yet.
"Honestly, I haven't had much time to think about it. I've had no time," said Gleb, who just wrapped the Dancing with the Stars live tour last Sunday. "We just came off the bus, off the tour, and now we're here. So, a lot of work. But that's next [to think about]."
Gleb seemed a little overwhelmed, but he's apparently excited to get back into the ballroom and find out the identity of his partner.
"I would love to have as a partner someone who has done something connected to music. Probably a figure skater," Gleb shared with ET. "Someone young, someone with energy. And just someone really who wants to win. I need a mirrorball."
But Gleb is looking for more from his future partner than just youth and charisma.
"[I want] someone who's really good. Great personality is important but it's also important that this person is capable of doing stuff. So it's not just like, I'm working with someone great, but she's 65-years-old and can barely do anything," Gleb noted with a laugh. "So yeah, someone who is really good."
The highest Gleb has ever finished on Dancing with the Stars was fourth place with Jana Kramer on Season 23. Otherwise, he never placed higher than ninth on the ABC series.
As previously announced, 10 athletes from all corners of the sports world will be paired withDancing with the Stars' professional partners and compete to win the coveted mirrorball trophy.
Gleb said of the format, "What I think is going to happen, we're going to have two dances a week. We have three weeks of rehearsals, four weeks of the show, and each week, we have two couples go home. So, it'll be really intense. It's gonna fly!"