An injured Chaz Bono was treading on thin ice ... and inflamed knees.
He and partner Lacey Schwimmer ended up with the lowest score of the week Monday - 17 points - for their quickstep, which the judges all agreed was too slow.
When the audience's votes were factored in along with the scores, did the show's first transgender contestant get the boot Tuesday night on the results show?
Chaz was in the bottom three as America cast votes following Monday's performances, along with (drum roll please) ... Elisabetta Canalis and David Arquette.
Arquette and Bono? Not a big shocker right there.
Canalis joining them was a bit of a surprise, given her improvement this week. But that's DWTS for you. So who got the axe when the results were unveiled?
Follow the jump to find out ...Elisabetta Canalis, despite a solid score of 21 Monday, couldn't muster the votes to stay. Is America just jealous that this woman dated George Clooney?
"It was a great adventure, I want to thank everybody," the Italian TV presenter said.
Her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy said, "I'm so proud of you. I wish I did better for you."
Canalis and Metta World Peace can form a support group of contestants we expected to do better. Fair or not, they're on the outside looking in at this point.
Do you agree with Elisabetta's elimination? It is, after all, America's call. The scores do carry weight, but only partially. She didn't close the deal with voters.
Who do you think will win Dancing With the Stars with Elisabetta gone?