Dancing With the Stars Results: Who Survived Week 5?

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Who advanced to the final eight on Dancing With the Stars?

After performances by Selena Gomez's bindi, and The Band Perry, and a terrific opening number arranged by Mark Ballas and Derek Hough, it was time for the results.

Who did not survive the fifth week on the ABC hit?

  • Victor Ortiz and Lindsay Arnold
  • Ingo Rademacher and Kym Johnson
  • D.L. Hughley and Cheryl Burke

Given Monday night's scores, the three celebrities in danger this evening pretty much made sense - Victor Ortiz, Ingo Rademacher and D.L. Hughley.

The contestant leaving the ballroom this week is ...

D.L. Hughley. He had a good run though, right?

The comedian had been near the bottom of the pack all season, so it was little surprise that his luck finally ran out. Still, sad to see him go for sure.

Victor and Ingo, you're on notice next week!

What do you think: The right call?


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