Dancing With the Stars Results: The Final 4 Are ...

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Monday's Dancing with the Stars Season 18 Episode 9 was a battle royale as the final five celebs danced it out for four spots in next week's finale.

It was American icon night in Week 9, and we did see some classics.

Let's take a look at the performances and scores on Dancing with the Stars Season 18 Episode 9, and see who was perfect and danced into the finale.

We'll also find out, sadly, who will not be joining us next week:

The scoreboard from last night's Dancing with the Stars:

  • Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy: 40 + 40 = 80
  • Amy Purdy and Derek Hough: 39 + 39 = 78
  • Charlie White and Sharna Burgess: 40 + 36 = 76
  • James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd: 40 + 36 = 76
  • Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas: 34 + 38 = 72

In jeopardy: Charlie White and Meryl Davis! Yes, even after Meryl delivered two perfect performances with Maksim Chmerkovskiy to wrest back the lead!

The contestant going home in the semifinals is ...


While typically solid, White and Sharna Burgess just couldn't overcome Meryl and Maks, Amy Purdy and Derek Hough, or James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd.

Even fan favorite Candace Cameron Bure, who brought out a sexier side that we've hardly seen before, managed to advance to next week's finale.

Who do you think will hoist the Mirror Ball?

It will be a lot of fun to find out, that's for sure. Follow the link to watch Dancing with the Stars online at TV Fanatic and share your comments below.

VOTE: Who will win DWTS Season 18?


I think we know who the winner will be (more like "who the winner is"!). Who is ABC kidding: Oprah just happened to make a phone call to Amy Purdy? I suspect the call was CONTRIVED and planned by producers, to make it look like their scheme of a FIXED win for Amy is favored by Oprah and let her huge fans hear (to get them to vote for AMY, just like Oprah says she's doing!) Did you hear Oprah say, "CONGRATULATIONS" and "I'll take you out WHEN (not IF) YOU WIN"?, just like Carrie Ann Inaba's saying the same thing in her judging! (as if they already know Amy is the winner!) Pardon me, but Oprah is no dance expert, mind you. Shame on Oprah for stooping this low, cooperating and campaigning for the Network's pre-determined winner, instead of diplomatically staying neutral and keeping her choice private. (You'd think she would know to observe some proper etiquette, being a famous TV personality!) I'm sure there are other famous TV personalities who watch the show and prefer a certain DWTS competitor, but do they announce their preferences publicly on TV? Except, of course, ABC's Jimmy Kimmel (who perhaps knew all along about the scheme), announcing his prediction for Amy to win at the beginning of Season 18! Just totally unfair and uncalled for; Oprah has now lost me as a fan and perhaps there are others out there who feel the same way, too. Do they really think we, the viewers are blind, naive and stupid? ABC thinks they could fool us! PLEASE! Many of us viewers have varying degrees of intelligence and maybe some professional dance experiences; so, Oprah and ABC, don't insult us, please! If Amy will be declared the winner next week, then, ABC's plan all along would mean "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! If the winner would be unfairly based upon FAVORITISM, instead of JUDGING THE BEST DANCER UNDER UNIFORM CRITERIA FOR EVERY CONTESTANT, then let's prove to ABC that we are capable of boycotting the show after the DWTS Season 18 is over and bring the ratings down low for Season 19!


I think White should still be in. Candace is a nice dancer but she doesn't belong in the finals

@ Kay Alice

If Max and Meryl do not win this season, I will never watch this show ever again, I know it is fixed for sure then!

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Dancing with the Stars Quotes

We should have started dancing with one arm waaay before.

Cristian de la Fuente [following his injury, trip to the hospital and subsequent stellar performance]

I am not the best dancer, and I have not been the best dancer from the beginning. I am happy we made it this far.

Cristian de la Fuente