'Dancing With the Stars' results: Who goes home?

Guest blogger Carla here, recapping for Sarah, who is recapping "So You Think You Can Dance."

And then there were four ... who will be narrowed down to three. But first, the judges want to see Mya and Dmitry Chaplin's salsa from last night. Judge Len Goodman wants to see her "tutti frutti booty"? Really? I was "Gossip Girl"ing last night and missed this. (P.S. My dad -- Hi Dad! -- is rooting for Mya.)


Next up is a recap of last night's performances, followed by some results ... oh, wait, no. We're going to have to wait a bit longer.

Now for a time suck: The dancers talk about the other dancers' strengths. Whatever happens, they will be happy! It has been the times of their lives! (Pick another cheesy competition cliche and insert here: It was probably said.)


We're now treated to a dance performance of "The Be Italian" from the Weinstein Co.'s coming film "Nine." And after the commercial break, Alicia Keys! She's pretty phenomenal. I don't think I'll fast-forward through this one.

Next, there's a segment on pressure, which is basically the dancers lip-synching Queen's "Under Pressure." Really? Really? After that train wreck, we learn that Mya and Dmitry Chaplin are in the finals. No surprise there. I think they'll win it all.

Leona Lewis, clad in a fabulous white dress, follows with a song that is not "Bleeding Love." She's all right. But you know what is better? That Donny Osmond and Kym Johnson are in the finals. And that "jilted Bachelorette" Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovoloni, who placed third on the show last spring, are performing a hustle as the Bee Gees sing "You Should Be Dancing." That wasn't sarcasm. I really liked Melissa last season, and who doesn't like disco? (OK, the disco part was sarcasm.) It's kind of a shame that she dances after the pros, though, because they are much better. She and Tony, however, do a fabulous lift at the end.

(Side note: Samantha Harris? Bad host or worst host ever?)

There's now a segment about putting together the pro numbers. It's compared to a kindergarten full of dancers with lots of different ideas, all of who bicker about the choreography during a short amount of time.

Two couple are left. Judge Len Goodman says Kelly Osbourne has taken dancing into her heart and that Joanna Krupa has been the most consistent. Surprisingly, Joanna Krupa and Derek Hough are out. Kelly Osbourne and Louis Van Amstel are in.

Joanna and Derek get to do a real final dance.

What do you think? I'm expecting a lot of disagreement!