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Michael Irvin and Anna Demidova (tie)

The football great may have seen a seven-point improvement in his scores, but he didn't jump anywhere in our rankings, coming in dead last yet again. Sure, his quickstep was better than his abysmal cha-cha, but his overall technique is still of major concern.
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Debi Mazar and Maksim Chmerkovskiy (tie)

Ouch. Talk about having little faith. Debi tumbled into the dreaded bottom two despite a celebrated tango and also lands in the bottom of our poll. Her dancing potential is there, but can she harness it and win over voters before time runs out for good?
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Melissa Joan Hart and Mark Ballas (tie)

M&M went for cuteness in their jive, and Melissa found some extra bounce in her step. Now can they find some extra votes?
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Chuck Liddell and Anna Trebunskaya (tie)

The tango proved to be right up Chuck's alley as he got to showcase his badass competition face. The UFC champ is certainly putting his best foot forward, but he still needs to be light on his feet.
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Natalie Coughlin and Alec Mazo (tie)

The swimming champ delivered a semi-stiff, semi-graceful quickstep that left the judges yearning for more. Can she kick it into the next gear for the rumba?
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Mark Dacascos and Lacey Schwimmer (tie)

The Chairman slipped up but recovered well to finish off his lively quickstep. Unlike some of his fellow competitors, Mark may have too much energy and move too fast, which may have been why he slipped. Can he take it down a notch for the slow numbers?
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Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough

Last week's No. 1 gal failed to claim the top spot for a second week after flicking through a dizzying jive. Or maybe it was just the 23 pounds of hair extensions that threw her rhythm off.
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Louie Vito and Chelsie Hightower

Is Louie the little (no pun intended) engine that could? The snowboard champ flips to sixth place in our rankings this week, despite a jive that was poorly received by the judges. Just imagine how he'd do with a well-received dance.
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Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel (tie)

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Kelly drops from first to a fifth-place tie in our rankings after tango-ing through a routine that had its share of flubs. Did she choke? And can she recover?
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Tom DeLay and Cheryl Burke (tie)

Showing he's still got the people behind him, Tom lands in a fifth-place tie this week, He gave us a dignified tango that very well could have scored in the 20s were it not for his slip-up at the end. But how long can he last with his bum foot?
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Aaron Carter and Karina Smirnoff

Aaron and Karina received a little help from the Muppet buddies in their quickstep. The dance earned them the first 27 of the competition. He's clearly a judges' favorite so far, but can he sustain his momentum?
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Mya and Dmitry Chaplin

With no stodgy Len around to dock an obscene amount of points, Mya and Dmitry went all out with a leg-pounding jive that earned them a 27 and an encore. But Len's back this week, so they still need to get back into his good graces.
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Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson

He may have come in third on the leader board, but Donny tops our power rankings for the first time after grooving to a hip and happening jive. Just one request, guys: Drop the age talk, since Donny's not even the oldest person in the competition.