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See which of the dancers TVGuide.com users think have the moves to win it all

Shaun Harrison
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Sugar Ray Leonard and Anna Trebunskaya (tie)

Sugar Ray didn't exactly deliver a knockout performance in his ballroom debut, but voters don't think the boxer will be around for the long haul.
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Wendy Williams and Tony Dovolani (tie)

The talk show host was uncharacteristically subdued during her heinous cha-cha that bordered on Kate Gosselin territory. She earned a 14, the second-lowest score of the week, and unsurprisingly tied for last with our voters.
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Petra Nemcova and Dmitry Chaplin

The supermodel performed a graceful foxtrot — which she dedicated to the people of Japan — but can she overcome the dreaded Dancing Model Curse that always claims runway walkers early on in the season?
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Mike Catherwood and Lacey Schwimmer (tie)

"Psycho Mike" may be the least known star of the cast — and that score of 13 doesn't help — but he's in a three-way tie for eighth place with 3 percent of the vote. Yay for the underdog!
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Chris Jericho and Cheryl Burke (tie)

The WWE champ put forth a decent cha-cha and if those overwhelming cheers in their rehearsal package mean anything, he's got a lot of fans.
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Romeo and Chelsie Hightower (tie)

The apple fell far away from the tree when it comes to dancing in Romeo family. While Romeo's pop, Master P, earned a record low score of 8 on Season 2, Romeo showed he's got moves to spare, earning a 19. Now if he can only get over his insecurity about doing "feminine" dance moves.
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Kendra Wilkinson and Louis van Amstel

The former Girl Next Door lands in fifth place in our rankings following her booty-shaking cha-cha. Can she better Holly Madison's 11th place finish (out of 13) on Season 8?
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Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas

Never count out the Disney stars! Chelsea's elegant foxtrot showed she has tons of potential, and unlike models, Disney stars have a pretty great track record on the show. None have won, however. Will she be the first?
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Hines Ward and Kym Johnson

Hines' entertaining cha-cha landed him in third in our rankings. Football stars have always done well on the show, but there hasn't been a winner since Emmitt Smith took the Mirrorball in Season 3. Can the Steeler end that streak?
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Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff

The Karate Kid high-kicked himself to first place on the leader board and second place in our rankings, with 33 percent of the vote, thanks to his effortless foxtrot. If we can't dance as well as he can at 49, we sure hope we will look as good.
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Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Kirstie shocked and awed us all with her sassy and spunky cha-cha, earning a 23 from the judges and 34 percent of the vote in our rankings. After numerous pre-premiere prognosticators wrote her off, has this Fat Actress become the one to beat?