Based on judges' scores, potential contenders among the remaining seven dancers for the chopping block include WWE champ Chris Jericho — who danced a tango to Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" with partner Cheryl Burke to the night's lowest score of 22 points.
Perhaps a more surprising member of the bottom three was early favorite Ralph Macchio, who scored in sixth place; he and Karina Smirnoff danced a passionate paso doble to "Everybody Dance Now," but Smirnoff took a fall when she slipped on Macchio's long coat.
Last week's lowest-scoring dancer Kendra Wilkinson rebounded with a super-sexy samba — even dancing on the judges' table and inflaming Bruno Tonioli — to "Livin' La Vida Loca." The judges praised Wilkinson's passion and confidence, but noted she needed to hone her technique.
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