DWTS Results: Ingo Rademacher Voted Off Dancing With the Stars 2013
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DWTS Results: Ingo Rademacher Voted Off Dancing With the Stars 2013

And it’s finally down to the final four couples on Dancing With the Stars 2013. On the Semifinals Results Show, yet another Season 16 Mirror Ball hopeful said goodbye. After nine weeks of fierce competition, Ingo Rademacher was voted off DWTS one week shy of the Finals.

The Week 9 Results Show kicked off with a bang — literally! It was the 300th episode of the show, so that meant returning pros (no Maks, sadly) and fireworks. However, the celebration was short-lived because it was time to announce the results!

After Monday night’s Semifinals performances, Kellie Pickler and her pro partner Derek Hough and Jacoby Jones and his partner Karina Smirnoff were shoo-ins for the Finals. After Kellie and Jacoby’s mesmerizing — and perfect! — Argentine Tangos, both celebs were safe from elimination and headed straight to next week’s Finals.

Aly Raisman and her pro Mark Ballas, the other top scorers of the night, were also in the safe zone, thanks to their sensual Rumba. However, Zendaya and her pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy — Kellie and Derek’s biggest competition — were not so lucky. For the first time this season, Zendaya and Val found themselves in jeopardy of going home.

Joining Valdaya in the bottom, Ingo Rademacher and his pro partner Kym Johnson were also up for elimination.

Of course, it wasn’t all drama. During the live show we also learned things like Jacoby Jones’s mom made her own “10” paddle after last week show and Aly Raisman — and Brooke Burke Charvet — like to steal their DWTS bangles. “I’m surrounded by spray tanned cleptomaniacs!” host Tom Bergeron exclaimed. We feel you, Tom.

Now, back to the results. Who was going to go home — the early frontrunner (Zendaya) or the most improved (Ingo)? Cue the dramatic music. Sadly, Ingo and Kym said goodbye to the competition. But was anyone really surprised?

However, as predictable as that elimination was, we still have no clue who will take home the Mirror Ball during next week's Finals.

Are you shocked by this elimination? Do you wish someone else would have gone home instead? Who do you think will win the Mirror Ball? Sound off in the comments!