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Talk about your guilty pleasures. "Dancing with the Stars" kicks off its results show on "Guilty Pleasures Week" with a performance from the combined forces of New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys, who sing and dance to their new song, "Don't Turn Out the Lights." Afterward, Tom Bergeron warns us -- er, teases us! -- that "they'll be back."

To the results: The youngest couples just happened to have landed on the top of the leader board Monday night, and they're the first to learn their fates. Backstage, Romeo was ready to strip after getting the first 10 of the season. The first couple definitely safe is Romeo & Chelsie. Chelsea & Mark are safe, too.

Play it again...: Len Goodman asks to see Kendra & Louis' samba one more time, and we're supposed to believe this has nothing to do with the fact that routine ends with Kendra shaking her assets while standing in front of Len on the judges' table.

Back to the results: Hines & Kym and Kirstie & Maks are the next to learn where they stand...

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26 April 2011 (USA)  »

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Written by Chrissie Hynde, Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg
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