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Everybody gets a new partner this week on Dancing with the Stars, in the "America's Switch Up" game that pairs dancers with a new pro dancer/choreographer based on fans' social media recommendations. We're down to nine now--contestants who've grown accustomed to their partner's styles and, in some cases, had their butts saved from their partner's tutelage.

Who'll be in the Top 3, who'll be safe and who'll get eliminated? Check out our predictions below.

Antonio Brown and Karina Smirnoff - Cha Cha - "Son of a Preacher Man" by Dusty Springfield

Antonio has come a ways from being the stiff, cardboard man we met at the beginning. Worries about his skill level vanished last week as he did a simple Aladdin-inspired routine that earned him compliments--and his highest score of the season. With the exceptional Karina Smirnoff as his partner this week Antonio could be one of the night's top scorers.

Prediction: Safe

Doug Flutie and Peta Murgatroyd - - Tango - "Black and Gold" by Sam Sparro

Doug, lovable as he is, has managed to dodge elimination thanks to the clever, strategic choreography of partner Karina. But with her gone, he's in serious peril: He's been the lowest-scoring performer for the last two weeks. Although his partner this week has proven she can take an NFL player all the way to the top (she and Donald Driver won Season 14), she's got her work cut out for her.

Prediction: Up for elimination

Ginger Zee and Mark Ballas - Salsa - "La Malanga" by Eddie Palmieri

Ginger has soared with her usual partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy; last week's Disney routine was, according to Len, the best performance of the season. Mark is one of the show's best talents, of course, and although his performances with Paige VanZant have been thrilling because of her skill, he won't have to do much to get Ginger in fighting shape. He might even help her top her existing high scores.

Prediction: Top three

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Jodie Sweetin and Valentin Chmerkovskiy - Paso Doblé -­-‑ "Under Control" by Calvin Harris and Alesso

We're so rooting for Jodie given all she's overcome, her innate talent and how hard she's working. But she hasn't been altogether sweet on the floor. She needs an over-the-top OMG performance to prove she's about that Dancing life to separate herself from the so-sos. Can Val do it? It's likely: Unlike her usual partner Keo Motsepe, he's helped a celebrity twirl all the way to a win. (Rumer Willis in Season 10.)

Prediction: Safe

Kim Fields and Keo Motsepe - Viennese Waltz - "These Arms of Mine" by Otis Redding

Kim has been solid but unremarkable throughout her stay, and last week's ho-hum Disney routine didn't do much to make her a main course instead of a side dish. Perhaps a break from partner Sasha Farber will give her the jolt she needs. Keo, who's been working with the fiery Jodie Sweetin, might get Kim to unleash that wild side we need to see to keep us from slow clapping.

Prediction: Up for elimination

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Nyle DiMarco and Sharna Burgess - Viennese Waltz - "I Get to Love You" by Ruelle Paige

Nyle, as you know by now, is one of the top performers this season. While Sharna is hardly a handicap, Peta not only has a win on her resume, but she's spent much more time rehearsing with Nyle and learning how to work around his hearing impairment. His only unremarkable performance this season was due to being out of sync with the music - a problem he's since corrected and then some - but if he and his new partner don't vibe, he could take a hit.

Prediction: Safe

Paige VanZant and Sasha Farber - Rumba - "Perfect" by One Direction

Paige is a clear standout this season - in part due to her dance background but also because of her magnetic chemistry with partner Mark Ballas. Will she and Sasha, who's been dancing all season with the sedate Kim Fields, find their own magic?

Prediction: Top 3

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Von Miller and Lindsay Arnold - Jive - "Hips" by Beans and FatbackVon's time is ticking. His partner Witney Carson has been a trouper every week, keeping him tolerable by leveraging his endearing presence and sex appeal. Lindsay Arnold, by contrast, has been steadily improving the skill and complexity level in her routines with Wanyá Morris. If she can pare back enough to make Von look good and trick us into seeing his lifts and hip thrusts as skillful, he could maybe hang on another week?

Prediction: Up for elimination

Wanyá Morris and Witney Carson - Tango - "Hold Back the River" by James Bay

If you had to make a visualization of Wanya's stint on Dancing, it would be a line graph that shoots straight up. He keeps getting better, and given that he does well at both sensual and intricate, footwork-oriented dances, the tango should suit him well. And with Season 19 winner Witney Carson as his partner, he's likely to go off the charts Monday.

Prediction: Top 3

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