Romeo may have gotten one of the highest scores last week, but he brings up the rear in our rankings, tying for last place. Is he about to go the way of his dad soon?
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"I thought Romeo did a much better job, though he seemed to be looking down a lot." — b-boo
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Kendra Wilkinson and Louis van Amstel
Kendra avoided getting the boot last week despite having the lowest score. But that was before viewers saw Louis chastise her backstage for her poor 'tude and her subsequent breakdown. Will that have any affect this week?
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"The only ones I did not care for were Kendra and Louis (send her home please... she seems snotty...just my opinion though)." — KarenWilber
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Petra Nemcova and Dmitry Chaplin
The supermodel channeled her inner mean girl to put forth an assertive paso doble to nab a 23; however, she was one of the last two couples to be saved. This week, she's back in her ballroom wheelhouse with the quickstep. Will that earn her an ever higher score and more votes?
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"I like Petra so much but their music was all wrong and distracted me from how they were doing." — IsabelleArocho
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Chris Jericho and Cheryl Burke
The judges continue to give Chris tough love with their critiques and the former WWE wrestler continues to stay in the middle of the pack in our rankings. The silver lining is that he hasn't fallen, right?
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"I know Chris needed a tad bit more agression, but I really liked the routine and the music." — andy5534
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Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas
Chelsea topped the leader board for the first time with her divisive Harry Potter Viennese waltz, but she had to sweat it out as one of the last two couples under the Red Light of Doom. We think that was all for show though since she's consistently on the verge of breaking into the top three of our rankings. But seriously, Mark, can you just choreograph a dance without gimmicks for once?
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"I think Mark is truly brilliant. But the competition isn't about just him. He seems to be showcasing himself at the expense of his partner. I think he is trying really hard to win while Derek is gone. But it will backfire if he's not careful... too bad for Chelsea since she is really very good." — Darcey
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Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Kirstie holds down the bronze-medal position for the second straight week after suffering a shoe-tastrophe during her waltz. Will another mishap befall her this week?
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"Poor Kirstie. My heart really goes out to her. She was already targeted for her figure alone, and now all of the mishaps. Overscored, yes, but I gave her points for soldiering through. And no, I didn't think she took it too lightly at all. She was genuinely upset. And yes, agree that she looks like she's toning up. Good for her." — TrishJensen
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Hines Ward and Kym Johnson
Hines' powerful paso doble propelled him to second place on the leader board and in our rankings. If he keeps it up, we have a feeling he may claim the top spot soon.
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"Hines is still my favorite; that smile is infectious." — americanidoljunkie
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Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff
Hat trick! Ralph tops our rankings for the third consecutive week after snagging a 25 for his heartbreaking Romeo and Juliet waltz. Looks like the Mirrorball is still his to lose for now.
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"I loved, loved, loved, Ralph and Karina's dance. Very emotional and well executed. All my votes went to them!!!" — jdc4082