Who Got Voted Off Dancing With The Stars Semifinals Tonight 5/14/13?

Who Got Voted Off Dancing With The Stars Semifinals Tonight 5/14/13?

DANCING WITH THE STARS returns tonight with its semifinals Results Show and we will say goodbye to one more contestant.   The four remaining contestants will battle it out next week in the finale of DWTS.  Last night the five remaining couples hit the dance floor and for the first time this season, each couple performed two routines in an effort to impress the judges and America. Did you watch the show? We did and we recapped it here for you. Did you miss any of the performances? We have all the videos here for your enjoyment.

After last night’s performances tied at the top of the leaderboard are Aly Raisman and professional dancer Mark Ballas and Jacoby Jones and professional dancer Karina Smirnoff.  At the bottom of the leaderboard are Ingo Rademacher and professional dancer Kym Johnson.

We conducted a poll today and a majority of votes, 78.72% of predict that Ingo Rademacher will be the next celeb sent home tonight.  Jacoby Jones follows second with only 9.03% of votes.  So far our poll is batting 100% week after week.   But things don’t always go as we expect and we’ve seen high scoring couples take the fall alongside low scoring couples, so you never know.  There is still time to vote in our poll, go HERE!

On tonight’s show one couple will be eliminated at the end of the night.  DWTS celebrates its 300th episode and the show will feature music by The Wanted, who will perform their hit, “Fill A Heart,” and Avril Lavigne will perform her new single, “Here’s to Never Growing Up.”  The 300th show celebration will feature a spectacular opening number choreographed by Jason Gilkison with 22 pro and returning favorites, including Chelsie Hightower, Dmitry Chaplin, Louis VanAmstel and Anna Trebunskaya. In addition, “AT&T Spotlight Performance” returns 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.


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