Dancing With the Stars Results: Who Got the Axe?

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Which celebrity got the pink slip from Dancing With the Stars this week, and who managed to eke a small victory in the form of advancing to the next round?

Erika Girardi on Dancing with the Stars

The likes of Heather Morris, Simone Biles and Rashad Jennings are continuing to prove they may know a thing, or 10 about dancing.

As for the rest of the contenders, their fates are continuously in the hands of judges and fans as they seek to extend their stay on ABC.

The best performance of the night this time went to a somewhat unlikely duo: Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater.

Dancing to "Unconditionally" by Katy Perry, the duo emerged from the shadow of Heather Morris, and it was great. 

Contemporary week or not, this was a fantastic performance. The judges seemed to collectively agree that the duo is becoming a force on the floor.

Rashad scored 39/40, just one shy of a perfect score. Emma and Rashad were robbed of that one point, but either way, they stand in first.

Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater

Simone Biles and Sasha Farber were close to the top spot, but their performance of "Good, Good Father" by Chris Tomlin was another solid performance. 

You would think that these people had already been dancing for many years before. Wait... Heather Morris has that going for her.

That's what made it pretty surprising her performance hit a lull.  That said, hitting a lull in a performance for Heather still means a score of 35/40.

She and Alan went with "Shup Up and Dance" by Walk the Moon. Let's just say her performances are becoming rather predictable. 

This could be attributed to Maksim  Chmerkovskiy's continued leave of absence from the series due to an injury.

If Heather and Alan do not change things up next week, it could signal the end of her their time in the competition. 

Simone Biles and Sasha Farber

It's crazy how a few weeks and a change of partner can change things, but that appears to be what's happening here.

Maybe Heather can hit up Beyoncè on the videophone for some coaching. 

Normani Kordei and Valentin Chmerkovskiy continued to be on par with their earlier performances, but they really should be taking all the feedback on board and adapting by this point in the competition. 

Scoring 32/40, they are going to be the bottom of the pack before they know it with the other people falling left, right and center. 

Nick and Peta tried to jump on the Ed Sheeran bandwagon, by dancing to "Shape of You." It was good, but it was also very flawed, and the judges picked up on it. 

They scored 30/40.

Heather Morris and Maksim Chmerkovskiy

Nancy Kerrigan and Artem Chigvintsev hit all the right moves to wind up with a cool 33/40. 

Let's talk about Mr. T. His performance with Kym Herjavec seemed like an audition. There was nothing to it. It was flawed and just horrible to watch. 

They scored just 28/40.

After having a lot of comments about her performances, Erika Jayne opted for "Express Yourself" by Madonna.

It was a great way to give the middle finger to the naysayers, but it was not the best performance of the night. 

They scored 30/40. 

Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess

Meanwhile, Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess continued their display of PDA in dancing form. Seriously, there's a connection, and it's not just when Bonner's hand has a mind of its own. 

They scored 32/40 Monday.

By the end of the night, Mr. T and Erika Jayne were in danger of being sent home, but Erika danced her way into next week. 

Mr. T may pity the fools who sent him home from Dancing with the Stars, but sadly for the '80s icon, all decisions are final.

What did you think of this week's Dancing with the Stars results? Did America and the judges get it right? Who will win it all?

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