The easily distracted Kelly has her work cut out for her this week with three dances to perform. She's had a slightly uneven track record, but when she's good, she's great. It's time to pull off a great hat trick of performances when the pressure's really on.
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"Kelly seems like a sweetheart, but I think she was overscored last night. I thought her dances were the weakest in both rounds." — admiralslady
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Mya and Dmitry Chaplin
Despite scoring the season's first perfect 10 and an overall score of 59/60, Mya and Dmitry are still stuck in third in our rankings. Can they win over more voters and keep Len in their corner this week?
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"It's always been Mya's title to lose, and in the end she'll walk away with the trophy." — I'mThatGirl
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Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson
Donny channeled Adam Ant and falls to second place in our rankings. Is there a correlation? Nevertheless, it's time for Mr. Consistency to kick it up a notch like we know he can to ensure he will match little sis Marie's third-place showing on the series.
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"Donny's Paso Doble was the most ridiculous looking thing since his sister danced like a doll." — Glenn Cabacungan
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Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough
Is the future looking bright for our Playboy cover girl? Joanna and Derek top our rankings for the first time this season with a third of the vote — perhaps a reassuring sign of the fan base she's built over the run. However, she cannot afford another underwhelming performance like she had with her quickstep last week if she wants to move closer within reach of the Mirrorball trophy.
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"Derek is the best choreographer on the show; he never "dumbs down" his routines to his partner's abilities (or lack thereof). He constantly challenges Joanna, and overall, she does well with it." — fldancingfan