Tonight's DWTS results show kicks off with a reprisal of the Team Chelsea cha-cha, which is a good choice and also proves that they shouldn't have gotten the same scores as the other team. Oh well!
First set of results: Hines Ward and Kym Johnson are safe, and Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are in jeopardy.
For the first musical interlude, Nikki Minaj hits the stage.
After that, we meet Patricia Zhou, the newest member of the Royal Ballet of London. She's only 17, and she only started ballet dancing at age 13. She performs while Priscilla Ahn performs the song "Dreams." Lovely.
More results: Ralph Macchio and Karina Smirnoff are safe. Chelsea Kane and Mark Ballas are still in jeopardy, which draws some boos.
Tonight's Macy's Stars of Dance performance stars ... Wayne Brady? Wasn't expecting that one, but he can sing, and all those dancers around him can dance, too. He even manages to do the splits. Go Wayne!
It is surely a performance-heavy results show. For yet another musical interlude, James Blunt hits the stage to sing something besides "Beautiful." Actually, it's his new single from his new album. I'll be he is relieved.
More results: Romeo and Chelsie Hightower are safe (and shocked about it), and Kendra Wilkinson and Louis van Amstel are still in jeopardy. Even Tom stops things to ask Romeo if he thought he was going home tonight. Signs point to yes.
And the final results: Kirstie and Maks are safe. The ousted couple is Kendra and Louis, leaving a big well duh, as Chelsea and Mark are safe.
Kendra thanks Louis for being there for her and tells her baby she's coming home: "I'm not the best dancer, but I am the best mom." Louis is proud of her.
Aww. But not a surprise, no?