Dancing With the Stars Season 18: Who Should Be Eliminated First?
The power is in your hands, America! As the season 18 celebrities and their seasoned dance pros prepare for Dancing With the Stars' first elimination, some are probably sweating it more than others.
Though everyone's got a fair shot thanks to the combination of America's votes and the coaches' scores — don't forget Elizabeth Berkley's shocking elimination last season -- there are a few low-scoring standouts from last week's premiere who are likely candidates for a quick exit.
With the lowest overall score of 15, 76-year-old singer and actor Billy Dee Williams and his partner Emma Slater were probably the weakest contestants of the night. Their Star Wars-themed Cha Cha raised eyebrows for all the wrong reasons.
Long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad came up short as well, scoring a collective 18 with her dance pro Henry Byalikov for her mediocre Foxtrot.
Though he dazzles on the ice as a professional hockey player, Sean Avery didn't stir up much on the dance floor with partner Karina Smirnoff. Their contemporary dance earned some respect from judge Bruno Tonioli, but their score of 20 wasn't impressive when compared to the rest of this season's cast.
Despite the fact that Big Time Rush's James Maslow and dance pro Peta Murgatroyd admitted to briefly dating, their dance floor chemistry was a bit off.
"It was a little bit messy in places," judge Len Goodman admitted to the pair, who nabbed 21 points.
Now it's your turn! Tell Us: Who should be voted off on March 24?