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Dancing With the Stars: Who's In? Who's Out?

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Ralph Macchio landed at the bottom of the Dancing With the Stars scoreboard Monday night, but we know that while the judges' influence does factor in along with the votes, it's America that makes the call, and he was no lock to go home.

The actor was injured, leaving the Dancing With the Stars results Tuesday up in the air. How much of a handicap would the voters award the ailing Ralph?

Was Romeo the next in line to go if Ralph squeaked by?

Who's in and who's out? Find out after the jump ...

It was farewell to Romeo last night. The Karate Kid is staying put.

"I'm surprised because I did my best dances, but at the same time I'm not surprised," Romeo said, noting that, "This show has changed my life forever."

Romeo says he's really come out of his shell this spring: "I didn't dance at my own prom. I've turned down a lot of movies because I was afraid to dance."

He emotionally expressed his love and gratitude to his pro partner Chelsie Hightower, telling her, "I wanted to do this for you. We can dance after this."

"I'm just super happy," Hightower responded, "and so proud of you."

He gave it a good run, and even bounced back well Monday after a lackluster effort the week before. But Ralph got the support of the fans. So it goes.

Was it the right call by America this week? Comment below.

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Sue ann

Ralph said that the doctor told him the knee would heal in two days. If that is accurate, then his chances are as good as anyone's, and the voting was a matter of personal choice. I'm pleased to see two of the older actors still in the running.

Dancing With the Stars Quotes

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Tony

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