But on to the results. We have a feeling that Ingo Rademacher is going to go home, but there could be a shocking twist with one of the Leaderboard toppers getting eliminated. Before making your predictions, be sure to check out our recap (and all of the performances) from last night! Surprisingly, season-long leaderboard toppers Zendaya and Kellie both found themselves in the middle of the pack this week, putting them both on the list of potential shocking eliminations.
Also, don’t forget that tonight, four pairs will advance, unlike previous seasons in which there was only a Top 3 in the finale. Judge Carrie Ann Inaba hinted that there may be a twist of an early elimination, but we won’t know that until the end of the show. This would be the first time in DWTS history four couples will compete in the Finals.
Before we say goodbye to anyone, the Results Show will feature a two fantastic musical performances. Avril Lavigne will perform her new single, “Here’s to Never Growing Up,” and The Wanted (minue member Nathan Sykes) will make us swoon with their boyband tune “Fill a Heart.” Of course, there will also be spectacular dance numbers, and the 300th episode’s opening number is choreographed by Jason Gilkison with 22 pros, including returning favorites Chelsie Hightower, Dmitry Chaplin, Louis van Amstel and Anna Trebunskaya. Plus, the “AT&T Spotlight Performance” will return for its final installment of the season featuring Sophia Lucia, an incredible 10-year-old dancer who recently set the Guinness World Record for consecutive pirouettes. Whoa. We can't wait for tonight's Results Show!
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