The judges' scores and the team dancing have made picking this week's eliminated couples on Dancing with the Stars
easier than ever. There are such huge differences in scoring that it would be almost impossible for anything else to happen.
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Before I get into exactly how tonight will play out, here are the judges' scores, combining the solo and team performances.Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough: 27+28=55
Aaron Carter and Karina Smirnoff: 29+24=53
Kelly Osbourne and Louis van Amstel: 24+28=52
Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson: 24+28=52
Mya and Dmitry Chaplin: 25+24=49
Michael Irvin and Anna Demidova: 23+24=47
Mark Dacascos and Anna Trebunskaya: 19+24=43
With four points separating him from second-to-last place, Mark Dacascos is certainly going home, which is actually sad and rather unfair. He had last-minute changes with his choreography and partner. After weeks of steadily jumping to the top with Lacey Schwimmer, he will get unceremoniously axed because she came down with the flu.
The next two lowest teams will have another dance-off, and with three points separating Mya from Kelly and Donny, it seems like a big enough gap that won't be trumped by audience votes. When the scores are so divided, it's hard for fans to have a huge impact, so it's almost certain that Mya and Michael will face off.
Now I know Len Goodman has been absurdly unfair to Mya all season, but when put head-to-head, there's absolutely no way Michael can prevail.
And the fans agree with my analysis. Based on the Fantasy TV users, here's the breakdown for who you think will be eliminated on Dancing with the Stars:Michael Irvin: 68 percent
Mark Dacascos: 17 percent
Aaron Carter: 5 percent
Clearly Michael and Mark have the most to worry about tonight, while the numbers simply show that fans still dislike Aaron so much that even when he earns a 29, people still think he'll be eliminated.
Find out if everything goes according to plan on tonight's Dancing with the Stars
results show at 9pm on ABC.
-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer(Image courtesy of ABC)