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See which stars TVGuide.com users thinks have the moves to win it all

Shaun Harrison
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Gavin DeGraw and Karina Smirnoff (tie)

Gavin's jive was an improvement over his foxtrot, but he landed in the bottom two with Martina Navratilova, who was eliminated. Can he step it up or is his number up next?
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Gladys Knight and Tristan MacManus (tie)

After a crowd-pleasing debut cha-cha, Gladys' subdued quickstep underwhelmed and she scored only a 19 — mostly because Len Goodman gave her a 5. We get lost in Tristan's eyes too, Gladys, but focus on the steps next week if you want to make it further!
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Jack Wagner and Anna Trebunskaya (tie)

Despite scoring a respectable 44 from the past two weeks, Jack's tied for last in our rankings with only 1 percent. Is it Jack's over-eagerness that's holding him back? He wants this — so much that it's almost hampering his ability to perform freely.
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Sherri Shepherd and Val Chmerkovskiy

Sherri brought the house down with her jiggly, wiggly jive, but once you get past the entertainment factor, it's clear that there wasn't much of a jive at all. She can only ride the personality train for so long (see also: Carson Kressley).
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Melissa Gilbert and Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Melissa's and Maks' fan bases came through for them when they ranked just third from the bottom on the leader board. The actress hasn't been particularly impressive yet and did not improve her first-week score of 20. Fans can only take you so far if you don't have the scores to back up the votes.
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Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd

After receiving an apology from Len — a first! — for underscoring his debut cha-cha, Donald earned a 24 for his lovely foxtrot, which many feel ought to have been scored higher as well. Is he gonna be the person who's judged more harshly than others this season?
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Roshon Fegan and Chelsie Hightower

He loves his hip-hop, but Roshon proved he can do more than dougie. His elegant quickstep was precocious and fresh and it helped him move up three spots in our rankings. At this point, he's way ahead of fellow Disney star, Kyle Massey, who finished in second place in Season 11.
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William Levy and Cheryl Burke

William scored a pair of nines for his suave quickstep, but fell back a spot to No. 4. Could it be because his high marks might be more of a result of his hot looks than hot steps? Stoop drooling over him and just critique the dance, judges!
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Jaleel White and Kym Johnson

Jaleel topped our rankings last week, but stumbles to third place after his boring jive, which is basically an oxymoron. Was he tired? Under-rehearsed? Still, it's clear that he is a good dancer and he will most likely make a recovery.
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Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas

Katherine shook her "naughty bits" all the way to the top of the leader board, but she sits in second place in our rankings, taking 25 percent of the vote. The Welsh singer has deftly handled everything Mark has thrown at her so far and may very well be the first to score a 10 this season.
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Maria Menounos and Derek Hough

Maybe it was just opening-night nerves. After a decent but wooden cha-cha, Maria kicked it up a notch with her lively quickstep and rises from second to first in our rankings with 35 percent of the votes. If she did all that with two broken ribs, imagine what she could healthy. On the flip side, how much of a concern will her injury be going forward?