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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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Kendra Wilkinson and Louis van Amstel

Kendra may have put on a booty-shaking extravaganza — and nabbed her best score — but she brings up the rear (no pun intended) in our rankings once again. Is her number finally up this week?
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"I guess if shaking what God didn't give you gets you a 9, then you must deserve it, right? It was fun and energetic, but I still don't like her." — smileyteach
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Romeo and Chelsie Hightower

Despite his sophisticated waltz that nabbed the first 10 of the season, Romeo could only muster up 7 percent of our readers' vote. We don't want to say a shocking boot is imminent, but stranger things have happened.
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"I thought he was great. His best dance so far. Seems to me as if [Chelsie] is not as graceful as she used to be. And Carrie Ann is far too gushy." — Polly13
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Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy (tie)

Losing her grip with our voters, Kirstie falls out of the top three for the first time, tying with Chelsea Kane for fourth place. She's still getting back on track after two weeks of mishaps, but could it be too late?
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Thought Kirstie did well, but JEEZ, does the woman smoke or something? She can barely talk after a strenuous dance. You'd think she'd have built up SOME stamina by now." — TrishJensen
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Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas (tie)

The Disney star continues her slow rise to the top — not just in our rankings, but on the show as well. She scored the second 10 of the season to tie Romeo as the highest scorers of the week. Now the only question is: How serious is Mark's ankle injury?
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" I just don't care for Chelsea. I think she is boring and for goodness sakes, she knows how to dance and KNEW how to dance from the beginning. If Derek was there this season, HE would have gotten her as a partner but his buddy got her instead." — tootsie2
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Hines Ward and Kym Johnson

Will Hines always be a bridesmaid to Ralph? The Steeler remains in second place in our rankings, but also remains the highest-scoring star of the season. Still, he has yet to garner a 10. Something tells us one is not far off.
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"Now Hines is a leading man. Very smooth, nice connection with Kym (and matching outfits). He did look like he was going to bust out his smile while dancing." — b-boo
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Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff

Ralph powers to another No. 1 finish on our rankings with 36 percent of the vote — this despite Karina's stumble during their paso doble. But like with Kirstie and Maks' dance floor misfortunes, it's about how you get back up. Mr. Miyagi would've been proud.
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"I actually felt bad for Karina. In their package she was being so supportive and helping Ralph through... and then her fall. They recovered brilliantly." — CarolPodraza