'Dancing with the Stars' Week 4 Predictions: Who Will Not Rock On?
'Dancing with the Stars' Week 4 Predictions: Who Will Not Rock On?
Laurel Brown
Laurel Brown
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
It was a tough week in the ballroom.

For the first time, the judges had real criticism for several of the top Dancing with the Stars season 14 performers. And the scores reflected that criticism -- after several 10s in week 3, only a few dancers managed even 9s in week 4. What does this mean for tonight's Dancing with the Stars: The Results Show? Keep reading for some predictions.

Most Likely to Be Eliminated
Gladys Knight (score = 20)
Voters might give Gladys a pass on one bad week of dancing, but it's always dangerous to have the lowest score of the night. Will her popularity be enough?

Jaleel White (score = 22)
Whatever happened between Jaleel and Kym last week could still be an issue. Pair that with a second week of lower scores, and Jaleel is in danger.

Melissa Gilbert (score = 22)
When a star's best dance of the season brings in one of the Dancing with the Stars week 4's lowest scores, that's a problem. Add in some apparent injuries, and Melissa might just be the one to go.

Should Be Eliminated
Melissa Gilbert
Other than some vague nostalgia and an excuse to see Maks on display, what has Melissa brought to Dancing with the Stars season 14? Low scores and little charisma don't mean much.

Should Be Worried
Sherri Shepherd (score = 21)
Sure, she got one of the lowest scores. But Sherri is fun, likable and always a guarantee of a good performance. I think voters will keep her around.

Gavin DeGraw (score = 23)
This was, comparatively, Gavin's best week. Voters might be feeling sorry for the man after two times on the bottom. But it's possible that nothing can help.

Katherine Jenkins (score = 24)
It's always dangerous when a frontrunner suddenly has a lower score. When that frontrunner is a little-known celebrity, it's especially dangerous. Katherine's elimination isn't likely, but it is possible.

William Levy (score = 22)
With a score that low, William should be in some danger... But who am I kidding? Legions of screaming girls will keep DWTS' Latin lover around for weeks to come.

Probably Safe... For Now
Donald Driver (score = 27)
It was a crowd-pleasing performance that garnered the highest scores of the night. Donald isn't going anywhere.

Roshon Fegan (score = 26)
He has little fame and offers little to connect to voters. But all those good dances should keep Roshon safe this week.

Maria Menounos (score = 26)
Even with what seems like every bone in her body broken, Maria gave one of the night's best performances. Voters should give her another week -- if only to see what breaks next.

Who do you think will be eliminated? Will we get an upset in Dancing with the Stars week 4? Vote in the poll and leave your comments below!

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