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See how TVGuide.com readers rank the remaining dancers

Shaun Harrison
1 of 11

David Alan Grier & Kym Johnson (tie)

The best of DAG is yet to come, Kym assured us, but do you even want to see it? The comedian kicked it up a notch, only to find himself at the bottom with our readers.
2 of 11

Holly Madison & Dmitry Chaplin (tie)

Holly survived the dance-off and elimination to hoof it for another week, but our readers don't think her stay will last much longer. Also working against her: her injury to her side. Hey, the judges did attack your, uh, protruding bust.
3 of 11

Lawrence Taylor & Edyta Sliwinska (tie)

He's got the determination. Now he just needs our readers' votes… and perhaps some hip-shaking too. That's essential in Latin dances, LT.
4 of 11

Lil Kim & Derek Hough (tie)

Kim shook it and shook it well. What more could you ass for? (Sorry, had to.) But despite her best score to date (25), she's notched her lowest ranking in our poll, with just 1 percent of the votes.
5 of 11

Steve-O & Lacey Schwimmer (tie)

Wanting to make it up to Lacey after sitting out the second week due to injury, Steve-O didn't wage much of a comeback — forgetting moves and literally backing into the steps. Still, the judges were impressed with what he's learned. Are you?
6 of 11

Chuck Wicks & Julianne Hough (tie)

The judges are feeling Chuck, but our readers are not. After placing fifth in the past two rankings, this country bumpkin took a tumble to eighth in a four-way tie with 1 percent. Ouch. What does he need to do to win you over? Oh, how about dance more?
7 of 11

Steve Wozniak & Karina Smirnoff (tie)

He's (computer) wormed his way into the fourth week despite earning a perfect 10... out of 30. So while the dancing may not be there, the fans are — for now. We'll start worrying if (when?) he cracks the Top 3 in our poll.
8 of 11

Ty Murray & Chelsie Hightower

Can you say "dark horse"? Sure, he was ways to go before challenging, say, Gilles Marini in shimmying, but you can't deny that this cowboy's been the surprise of the season. He didn't even flinch when Chelsie slipped on her dress. Ty is a perfect fit for the standard dances, but he'll need to shake it up, literally, in the Latin ones if he wants to truly be a contender.
9 of 11

Melissa Rycroft & Tony Dovolani

Melissa's now your No. 3 gal, slipping one spot to bronze &,mdash; not to mention losing a chunk of your votes to earn only 9 percent. She got slightly defensive after Carrie Ann Inaba declared dancing comes easy to her. Don't take it personally, Mel. Keep your eye on the (Mirror)ball.
10 of 11

Gilles Marini & Cheryl Burke

Talk about a shake-up. Gilles dizzied us all with his rampant chest-, hip- and booty-shaking, but that wasn't enough for you to keep him at No. 1. The red-hot hunk falls to second, but if keeps giving us, er, the shakes, we have no doubt he'll find himself back on top. No pun intended.
11 of 11

Shawn Johnson & Mark Ballas

The pint-size cutie flips her way back to the top with her dreamy foxtrot, snagging her highest score of the season (27) and 48 percent of our readers' votes. She has weathered some drama off the hardwood this week, so will that affect her? We doubt it. Olympians rise to the occasion... most of the time.