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See how TVGuide.com readers rank the remaining dancers

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1 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Aaron Carter and Karina Smirnoff (tie)

Aaron survives a second trip to the bottom two — but this trip was scarier than the first since he got glowing reviews and still wound up there. Can he win more fans over with his jitterbug to keep him in the game?
2 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Michael Irvin and Anna Demidova (tie)

Michael may have finally stepped up his game (a little bit) with a decent Paso Doble, but our users don't think he's anywhere near the Mirrorball trophy. However, since he's managed to hang around on the strength of votes alone, can he actually go all the way? Probably not, especially with double eliminations coming up, featuring a knockout dance.
3 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Louie Vito and Chelsie Hightower

Louie turned up the heat with Chelsie during their Argentine tango, but the snowboarding champ still needs to turn up the footwork on the floor. With the lively jitterbug up next, it's vital for him to keep up with the fast pace.
4 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Melissa Joan Hart and Mark Ballas

After breaking through two weeks ago, Melissa plodded through her Argentine tango and was left "in jeopardy" of elimination Tuesday. The appearance under the red light will surely rile up her fans and hopefully her as well for the waltz.
5 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel (tie)

Kelly made dad Ozzy proud with her "Crazy Train"-ed Paso Doble. The only downside? She hurt her ankle during the routine, but will continue to dance. Can it hold up, or will she exacerbate it even more with the jitterbug?
6 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Mark Dacascos and Lacey Schwimmer (tie)

Mark had all the right ingredients in his aggressive Paso Doble to earn him a 26 — his best score yet. Now the challenge is to rein it in for a romantic waltz, which he needs to nail to launch himself into contender status.
7 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough

Joanna sizzled with a sultry rumba with fill-in Maks, and if it weren't for that stumble in the middle, she may have topped the leader board. Now she's back into Derek's arms and is still looking for that first 10. Can she do it with the waltz?
8 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson (t

Fulfilling Bruno's wish, Donny finally crossed over the dark side to become Donny Darko in his sensuous Argentine tango that gave him the highest score of the competition so far — a 29. With Len still warming up to Mya, can he be the first to achieve perfection?
9 of 9 Adam Larkey/ABC

Mya and Dmitry Chaplin

Mya hangs tough at the top for the third week, but she achieved a first last week when she finally earned praise from Len. Baby steps, people. But with Donny hot on her heels, she really needs to step it up to completely win Len over.