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It's Dancing with the Stars déjà vu Tuesday night, with the results show rising like a phoenix from the ashes. (Not to fear, though: While there will also be aTuesday results show next week, the show will then return to its single Mondaynight format.) Julianne Hough is wearing a mostly sheer top, which somehow manages to still be more modest than her Monday night ensemble.

To the results!

First results: Antonio and Cheryl are safe; Tavis and Sharna are safe; Betsey andTony are in jeopardy. (Tom helpfully explains to a confused Betsey: "You're not playing Jeopardy!, you're in jeopardy.")

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After that grouping, we get a package in which the female stars tell us why they're participating in DWTSLolo Jones tells a painful story about how her high school prom date stopped dancing with her "almost immediately" because he thought she was an "awful dancer." Confession: After her horror show last night, my first thought was, he wasn't wrong. Sorry, Lolo.

Next results: Janel and Val are safe; Randy and Karina are safe; Michael andEmma are in jeopardy.

Then Smokey Robinson performs "My Girl" with Aloe Blacc. Smokey's voice is just how we remember it, his face ... not so much. Oof.

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Third set of results: Alfonso and Witney are safe; Sadie and Mark are safe; Leaand Artem are in jeopardy; Bethany and Derek are safe.

The audience, while being kept in suspense for 12 more minutes, gets to see Derek Hough's audition tape. Aw, Baby 21-year-old Derek! Julianne loves it. Then Tom hands off to Erin Andrews, who hauls Betsey Johnson off the floor and literally tells her she's being interviewed because "we don't have the people we wanted." Gotta love live TV, folks!

Final results: Tommy and Peta are safe; Lolo and Keo are in jeopardy (no surprise there); Jonathan and Allison are safe.

I'm thinking Lolo is getting the boot, between her short-circuiting-robot-esque routine last night and her multiple stinkfaces throughout the broadcast. Here's how it plays out:

Safe: Lea and Artem; Michael and Emma; Betsey and Tony

Eliminated: Lolo and Keo

Well ... yeah. I haven't been watching Dancing long enough to know whether Lolo is the first Olympian to be sent packing in the first week, but that's the only remotely surprising part of this result. Poor Keo though. What a short-lived debut.

So, thoughts? Were you surprised by the results? Are you looking forward to next week's "Your Favorite Jam" theme? Sound off in the comments!