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Shaun Harrison
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7) SUSAN LUCCI and Tony Dovolani

After Toni's surprise ouster and the resurgence of Cloris' popularity last week, Susan should be worried, especially after placing at the bottom of our Power Rankings for the second week in a row.
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6) CLORIS LEACHMAN and Corky Ballas

Drunk Nana charmed the crowd with her "skanky ho" salsa, but let's be honest, I'm pretty sure that America kept her around just to see what she'd do in this week's group hip-hop routine.
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5) LANCE BASS and Lacey Schwimmer

After a lively though uneven West Coast swing, the judges criticized Lacey (a swing champ) for hogging the spotlight, and that seems to have hurt the pair in the rankings, as they drop one spot in the rankings this week.
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4) CODY LINLEY and Julianne Hough

Not-a-boy Cody and not-a-girl Julianne reprised their comic, I Love Lucy-inspired jitterbug on Tuesday's show, and that was enough to bump them up one spot in the rankings this week.
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3) WARREN SAPP and Kym Johnson

Warren maintained his momentum this week with a fun hustle scored to "Funkytown." The judges said that he really knows how to funk, and you seemed to agree, keeping him at No. 3.
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2) MAURICE GREENE and Cheryl Burke

After a big week last week (he jumped six spots in the rankings), Maurice and Cheryl's intricately choreographed salsa was enough to keep him at the top, as nearly a quarter of you cast your vote for the smiley speedster.
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1) BROOKE BURKE and Derek Hough

For the fifth week running, Brooke and Derek occupy the top spot. Nearly half of you liked their jitterbug the best, and the judges gave the pair an astounding 29 — will they be the first to score a perfect 30?