'Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars' Predictions: Elimination Trouble for Two
'Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars' Predictions: Elimination Trouble for Two
Laurel Brown
Laurel Brown
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
In the week of a double elimination, all Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars predictions are nothing but wild guesses. But wild guesses are what we do best here! With that in mind, who should go home in the Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars week 3 eliminations?

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Most Likely to Be Eliminated

Drew Lachey and Anna Trebunskaya (score = 24)

Drew has been in the bottom before. He and Anna danced first and therefore could have been forgotten. They tied for the second-lowest score of the night. Drew is in big trouble.

Helio Castroneves and Chelsie Hightower (score = 25.5)
Based on the dancing alone, Helio and Chelsie should be OK. But the audience vote is a factor. Helio was in the bottom two last week and may just end up there again this week.

Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas (score = 22.5)
No one likes a fight. Add in the lowest score of the night and a good-but-not-amazing performance, and Bristol could be in trouble.


Should Be Eliminated

Bristol Palin and Mark Ballas
Whether you like her or not, you have to admit that Bristol Palin is easily the poorest dancer on Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars. She has consistently had lower scores than all of her remaining competitors, and this week was no exception. But will she go? History says no. So we'll see...


Should Be Worried

Sabrina Bryan and Louis Van Amstel (score = 25.5)
Her dance was good but not flashy. And keep in mind this is the girl who got sent home early in the biggest coup of DWTS history. Still, it was a pretty good dance...

Apolo Anton Ohno and Karina Smirnoff (score = 25.5)
Apolo was good but not great. His dance was a bit forgettable. His fans are likely to keep Apolo safe though.

Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke (score= 25)
The judges were not as pleased as usual with Emmitt, and that was reflected in the man's score. He is a popular and charismatic guy, but will that be enough to save Emmitt?

Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy (score = 24)
It was far from the best dance of the night, but Kirstie and Maks did give us more entertainment than three other dances put together. For the mini Cooper, Maks' guy-liner and sheer exuberance, they will probably stay.


Probably Safe... For Now

Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough (score = 26.5)
After that crazy and brilliant performance (not to mention one of the higher scores of the night), there is no way that Shawn and Derek would leave right now.

Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani (score = 27)
The whole redefining-samba thing is in Melissa's favor. Her very high score is as well. Melissa's relative obscurity could be a factor, but she'll probably be OK this week.

Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd (score = 25.5)
He flew! That's got to count for something. Considering that the judges docked points for technique rather than performance, Gilles will probably do OK.

Kelly Monaco and Val Chmerkovskiy (score = 27)
The judges loved the paso doble and scored accordingly. That (and Kelly's own fans) should be good for at least another week.


We will find out the actual Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars results tonight at 9pm on ABC.
Who do you think are the two couples going home this week? Who should go home? Will we get an upset tonight? Vote in our poll and leave your comments below!

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