Dancing with the Stars Results: Double Elimination Ahead!

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Whose dreams of Dancing with the Stars glory came to an end Tuesday night?

Which four contestants advanced to next week, and which two went home?

Did America have another stunner in store after Willow Shields' ouster?

Continue reading for this week's Dancing with the Stars results ...

After a reprise of Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy's perfect paso doble, she was the first to find out she was SAFE this week. Thank goodness.

The girl's been crushing it every single week, and for her somehow to be left out of the final four after back to back 40s would've been a travesty.

One which, if you watch Dancing with the Stars, you know is all too realistic. So who else would join her and who would be packing their bags?

Chris Soules and Witney Carson are in jeopardy. Not even Carly Rae Jepsen's live performance of “I Really Like You” can take away the sting.

Joining Prince Farming in the un-coveted hot seat? Noah Galloway and Robert Herjavec, one of whom will be going home immediately!

Nastia Liukin is declared safe, moving on along with Rumer.

That left three fellas competing for one spot, and despite Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson's chemistry on and off the floor, they are done.

After Josh Groban took to the floor to sing The Wizard of Oz classic “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” we got the final elimination showdown:

Chris Soules vs. Riker Lynch ... luckily the better dancer won.

Yes, the reality star had his moments, and getting this far was a testament to hard work (and/or America's love of The Bachelor).

But his run has come to an end, leaving Rumer, Riker, Noah and Nastia to go toe to toe in pursuit of Dancing immortality next Monday.

Bring it on. What do you think? Will Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff break up now that he's out, as the rumors have long promised?

More importantly, who among these final four do you think will win Dancing with the Stars? Hit the comments below and let us know!

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