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'Dancing With the Stars' results: Who's out?

Who's going home on tonight's Dancing With the Stars? We'll see ... eventually.

The reprise of the evening is last night's group dance, of course, which was goofy but a lot of fun at the same time.

Then there's a montage about how many calories the stars burn and what they could eat as a result, followed by a performance by Natasha Bedingfield. Lacey Schwimmer and Dmitry Chaplin dance during the song, and it's lovely.

After the break, the Macy's Stars of Dance performance seems to have begun already. Ahhh, live TV. Is it just me or have there been a lot more problems with the cues on these live shows this season? Anyway, as a result, I have no idea what group this is. Anybody else know?

Results! Chuck Wicks and Julianne Hough are safe. So are Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani and Shawn Johnson and Mark Ballas.

After the break, Tom and Samantha give the details on a new competition -- some pros will compete for a guaranteed spot on next season. The first pros are Afton DelGrosso (you might remember her sister Ashly) and Brent Borbon. Len loved them, but Len thought Afton had a little more flair. Bruno liked them, too. Carrie Ann thinks Brent had a good TV presence, and she loved Afton, too. But it's all up to viewer votes.

Next are Anna Demidova and Mayo Alanen. They waltz, and while it's nice, I think they're at a disadvantage because the waltz isn't as flashy as the cha-cha, which Afton and Brent did. You know Americans -- especially reality TV voters -- love flashy. Carrie Ann thought it was beautiful and adds that Mayo had a "distinguished character," and Anna had understated star power. Len loved it, too. Bruno calls it "a waltz at its classic best." 

Snow Urbin and Genya Mazo are next. Genya is Alec Mazo's (winner of Season 1) brother, and it's not stated, but Snow was on So You Think You Can Dance in 2005. Bruno says Genya enhances his partner and that Snow should be called Fired. Carrie Ann loved them both. Len says it is easy to "not look masculine" in the rumba and he didn't have that problem at all. He thought Snow did a nice job, too. The judges' comments are kind of boring since they don't have any say in how things go. 

Next, nope, sorry, not results. It's Celtic Woman.

Results: Lil Kim and Derek Hough are safe, as are Gilles Marini and Cheryl Burke.

That leaves LT and Edyta Sliwinska and Ty Murray and Chelsie Hightower. Tom says that doesn't mean these are the bottom two teams, but one of them is going home. Weird. Anyway ... Lawrence and Edyta are eliminated.

LT grins like crazy, and Tom says he's a terrible actor -- he's obviously happy to be going home and back to golfing. LT says Edyta was amazing and taught him everything he knows about dance. "I don't know where the hell I'm going to use it, but ..." Edyta asks for golf lessons in return. 

That wasn't a big surprise. What do you think?

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