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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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5.Romeo and Chelsie Hightower A week after topping the leader board, Romeo underwhelmed everyone with a decidely un-fun samba and brings up the rear in our rankings. Is his number up next?
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"The samba clearly wasn't Romeo's dance, so I hope he does a lot better next week. Even though he didn't do that great this week, I still voted for him. I can't wait to see him tackle the Argetine Tango. I would love to see him and Chelsie win the trophy." — robinepowell
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4. Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas Chelsea falls back a spot to fourth following a divisive paso doble that saw Mark passive-aggressively snap at Len. Do yourself and Chelsea a favor and don't that again. It's not really helping your cause.
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"I like Chelsea, but Mark annoyed me last night. I enjoyed the dance, but it didn't really feel like a paso to me. I wish Mark would learn to keep his mouth shut and his ears open. He needs to listen to what the judges are saying, and if he chooses not to do a 'traditional' dance, he should accept that the judges (especially Len) may not like it." — admiralslady
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3. Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy Kirstie returns to the top three despite a lackluster jive that was, well, not a jive. But you can't deny that her pure joy of performing the routine was infectious.
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"Okay, Kirstie and Maks didn't start dancing till halfway through the song! And a tutu?? She lost her place in the dance. I think it's her time to go. —b-boo
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2. Hines Ward and Kym Johnson Hines' dramatic tango won over the judges, but he's still stuck in No. 2 in our rankings. Is he going to go the way of his fellow NFL Dancing runner-ups, Jerry Rice, Warren Sapp and Jason Taylor?
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"Hines and Kim... Loved the choreography. Really super dance, but again, did not deserve a 10." — Polly13
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1. Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff Ralph topped our rankings last week in spite of Karina's fall, so it's hardly surprising that he remains there following their elegant and charming quickstep that mocked their tumble at the end. Looks like the Karate Kid is back and better than ever!
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"Best dance Ralph and Karina. ... Ralph did really well." —chicomama