Who Should Go Home on DWTS?

Ralph Macchio had the lowest DWTS scores on Monday night, but will he get the boot on Tuesday?

The 49-year-old Karate Kid star suffered a ruptured cyst and tendonitis in the week before the show; he was unable to rehearse for four days prior to the competition. "It's the hardest thing to dance when you're in pain," Carrie Ann Inaba empathized. "But you did it with grace."

Second from the bottom was Romeo, who was told by Inaba, 43, that watching his salsa performance "felt like we were in the club."

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Kirstie Alley and Hines Ward both got good marks from the judges' table, but Chelsea Kane and partner Mark Ballas received the night's highest scores: a 29 and 26.

Who Should Go Home on Tuesday's Show?


Who Should Go Home on Tuesday's Show?

Kirstie Alley
Ralph Macchio
Chelsea Kane
Someone else
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