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'Dancing With the Stars' results: Top 7 couples revealed

It's time to see what the fallout will be from last night's Americana Extravaganza.

First of the results: Hines Ward and Kym Johnson are safe, and Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are in jeopardy.

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Head judge Len Goodman announces that this week's reprisal is Romeo and Chelsie Hightower's "New York, New York" foxtrot. Good choice -- they were adorable!

During Toby Keith's performance, Lacey and Maks dance for a bit -- and I see the first mistake from the pros in one of these dances that I've ever noticed. Weird.

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More results: Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas are safe. Romeo and Chelsie Hightower are too. And Chris Jericho and Cheryl Burke are still in jeopardy.

Mike Catherwood hosts a segment that I normally would ignore, of "uncensored" moments from the season, but they're actually pretty funny. Hines Ward farting is boring, but Chelsie Hightower's bra falling 1) off and 2) out of her shirt and onto the floor during rehearsal is hilarious, as is Maks' soliloquy about how he's not cocky, he is just sex on a stick.

The Macy's Stars of Dance routine is from Jamal Simms and features the Step Up Dance Crew. A whole stageful of people dance to Janel Monae's "Tightrope," an absolutely fantastic song. The performance is great, but the camerawork is distractingly frenetic, and the abrupt editing of the song, especially toward the end, feels like a sixth-grade dance recital. What's up with that?

More results: Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff are safe, as are Kendra Wilkinson and Louis Van Amstel, leaving Petra Nemcova and Dmitry Chaplin in jeopardy.

Toby Keith performs again, accompanied by Anna Trebunskaya and Jonathan Roberts.

Final results: Kirstie and Maks are safe. Petra and Dmitry are out, and Chris and Cheryl live to dance another week.

Raven called it! Once I saw the last two couples, I knew it was over for her. Chris has a huge fanbase.

What do you think?

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