With no clear frontrunner, Dancing With the Stars' twelfth season really is anyone's game.
While stars like Kirstie Alley, Chelsea Kane and Chris Jericho earned rave reviews from the DWTS judges, others, like Petra Nemcova, didn't fare as well.
Judge Carrie Ann Inaba felt the supermodel and her pro partner, Dmitry Chaplin, took a "step back" with their quickstep to Elvis Presley's "Viva Las Vegas." "You had a few stumbles," said Inaba.
Nemcova, 31, is locked in a three-way tie for last place going into Tuesday's results show. Ralph Macchio's Brazilian samba with Karina Smirnoff put the judges on notice for all the wrong reasons. "I'm not saying this was terrible, but you're not consistent," Len Goodman told Macchio, 49. "You've got to work on more rhythm."
The night's other low scorer, Kendra Wilkinson -- still frustrated after Inaba's comments that she lacked elegance -- performed a foxtrot with Louis van Amstel that left much to be desired. Ianaba praised the 25-year-old reality star for her confidence, but Goodman kept his commentary short and sweet. "[The] good news? It's much better than last week," he told Wilkinson.
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