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Dancing With the Stars Week Five: Back to the '80s

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J.R. Martinez, Chynna Phillips and Ricki Lake looked like the celebs to beat from the beginning of this season of Dancing With the Stars. Last week, Chynna was surprisingly sent packing.

Might Ricki meet a similar fate after a middle-of-the-road effort last night?

We doubt it, but you never know, and she didn't do herself any favors on '80s night. J.R. occupied the top spot again by a healthy margin, with two other gents tied for second place.

Those gents? The surging Rob Kardashian and David Arquette!

Kim's little brother is really becoming a pleasant surprise this fall, trying harder and harder and getting better and better. He's in it to win it, he says, and his dancing backs that up.

Arquette, meanwhile, is not one for the faster, step-heavy routines, but he brings the passion to the romantic dances like last night! All three of those guys, plus Ricki, should be safe.

As for the other four dancers, all bets are currently off ...

J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff Pic

The scores for the fifth night of Dancing With the Stars performances were:

  • J.R. Martinez & Karina Smirnoff: 28
  • David Arquette & Kym Johnson: 25
  • Rob Kardashian & Cheryl Burke: 25
  • Hope Solo & Maks Chmerkovskiy: 24
  • Ricki Lake & Derek Hough: 24
  • Nancy Grace & Tristan MacManus: 22
  • Chaz Bono & Lacey Schwimmer: 21
  • Carson Kressley & Anna Trebunskaya: 19

Who was your favorite Monday? Do you think anyone was treated unfairly by the judges? Who's your pick to make it all the way to the finals, and who do you predict is on the way out this evening?

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Dancing With the Stars Quotes

I think if you open up Betsey's mind, there's a circus going on.

Tony

Well, it's obvious that you've got dancing in your blood. Unfortunately, it hasn't reached your feet.

Len
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