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See how TVGuide.com readers rank the remaining dancers

Shaun Harrison
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Michael Irvin and Anna Demidova

Michael may have the fans to pull him through week after week despite low scores, but he doesn't have our users' votes, as he again brings up the rear — this time with zero percent of the vote. Anna has not been choreographing to highlight his strengths, so can she finally turn it around for their Paso Doble? Or are they a lost cause?
2 of 10 Adam Larkey/ABC

Aaron Carter and Karina Smirnoff

What goes up must come down. Oh, so far down. Once the (pop) prince of the ballroom, Aaron has plummeted down the leader board and in our rankings as he appears to be choking under pressure. His lambada lacked technique, control and passion, and as Carrie Ann said, just turned people off. It's clear he wants this, but can he pull it together and reclaim his throne?
3 of 10 Adam Larkey/ABC

Louie Vito and Chelsie Hightower

After a sizzling rumba, Louie underwhelmed with a listless two-step in which his dance moves consisted of, um, walking. His score took a beating, but he managed to stay out of the bottom two. But he can't afford scares like that with double eliminations coming up.
4 of 10 Adam Larkey/ABC

Melissa Joan Hart and Mark Ballas

Despite a ballroom breakthrough with her Charleston, Melissa only placed seventh in our rankings. Do you think her 28-point-scoring number was a one-time fluke? Only time will tell.
5 of 10 Adam Larkey/ABC

Mark Dacascos and Lacey Schwimmer

Mark bounced back with a smooth two-step, in which he seemed right at home to earn his best score yet — a 22. He still has a habit of flubbing mid-number, but as long as he keeps bringing out his adorable kiddies, we'll vote for him.
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Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel

Kelly brought Broadway to the ballroom with a funky and vivacious tribute to Cabaret. She's maintained a respectable middle-of-the-pack standing the past few weeks, but she'll need another breakout performance as the weeks wind down.
7 of 10 Adam Larkey/ABC

Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough

Joanna brought sexy back in her lambada, but most of that was due to Derek's shirtless-ness. Still, shirt or no shirt, the duo embodied a raunchy carnal heat that epitomized the dance's "forbidden" nickname. Following that up may be tough, though, as Derek has been sick and unable to rehearse this week.
8 of 10 Adam Larkey/ABC

Natalie Coughlin and Alec Mazo

Natalie showed off her great and very bendy gams again in a sensuous bolero, upholding her contender status from the week before and helping her break into our top three rankings for the first time. Although she's received great scores, the Olympic gold medalist has yet to top the leader board. Can she do it with her Paso Doble?
9 of 10 Adam Larkey/ABC

Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson

Donny the Entertainer came out in full force during his Charleston, earning him a 24 —the top scorer for the men. However, we are disappointed he didn't keep to his word to kiss Carrie Ann.
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Mya and Dmitry Chaplin

No surprise here. Mya makes it two weeks in a row at the top of our power rankings — and it's well-deserved as she busted out a titillating lambada. Len, though, was still unsatisfied as he "expected more from her." Can she live up — and exceed — his expectations?