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'Dancing With the Stars' results: Who's going home?

Someone's going home on tonight's Dancing With the Stars, betrayed by the paso doble or the Viennese waltz.

Lil Kim and Derek Hough have the reprise request of the evening, performing last night's Viennese waltz again.

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Results: Shawn Johnson and Mark Ballas are safe, as are Lil Kim and Derek Hough.

After the break, it's Etta James, with "At Last." Sometimes I fast-forward through these performances to try to catch up, but not this one. Karina and Maks perform with her, and they are fab.

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Results, part two: Gilles Marini and Cheryl Burke are safe. So are Steve-O and Lacey Schwimmer, who are shocked.

More, after the break: Chuck Wicks and Julianne Hough = safe. So, too, are Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani.

Montage. Meh.

The Macy's Stars of Dance event of the night is next, followed by a performance by Disney star Demi Lovato, which includes dancing by Benji Schwimmer (brother of Lacey and from So You Think You Can Dance).

More results: Ty Murray and Chelsie Hightower are safe, which leaves David Alan Grier and Kym Johnson and Lawrence Taylor and Edyta Sliwinska in the bottom two, and in the dance-off.

David and Kym's re-dance is first. Len Goodman says he liked it last night and tonight, but there was a little more expression. Bruno Tonioli says he was more composed and focused and a bit of an edge. Carrie Ann Inaba says she felt the connection between them tonight much more than last night. Scores: 8-8-8, for a 24/30 (last night was a 22).

Lawrence and Edyta are next. Bruno says they have only seen the tip of the iceberg of what he can do and that he needs to work on being more connected with the music and his partner. Carrie Ann says he had intensity and power on the dancefloor. Len says he saw real improvement. Scores: 6-7-7, for a 20/30 (same as last night).

These scores will be combined with last night's viewer votes, and then, at long last, we shall see who is going home.

And that is: David and Kym. Wow, really? I think it was a fan-base issue, huh? What do you think about the results? I'm pretty shocked Steve-O's still in it.

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