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Round Five: The Results 

After a "Manic Monday," as host Tom Bergeron calls it, '80s week is coming to a close on "Dancing with the Stars" as the results show means another couple is going home. To the results: ... See full synopsis »

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After a "Manic Monday," as host Tom Bergeron calls it, '80s week is coming to a close on "Dancing with the Stars" as the results show means another couple is going home.

To the results: Ricki & Derek and Hope & Maks are the first two couples called to the stage. They tied with 24 points from the judges. Ricki blew her "Roger Rabbit" portion of the dance, and Hope got emotional after her performance, saying she "got eight seconds of the dance right." Later, she told Maks, "I don't think I can do this anymore."

Hope's smiling now, as Tom is about to announce the results. The first couple safe is ... Ricki & Derek. Brooke then tells Hope & Maks they're in jeopardy.

Be our guest: After a little feature about how much the partners each mean to each other, Kelly Clarkson performs her new single, "Mr. Know It All." Kelly returns later to perform her hit, "Walk Away."

In a new feature, we meet a dancer named Charm LaDonna, who grew up in Compton and whose mother scraped together the money to ...

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18 October 2011 (USA)  »

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Mr. Know It All
Performed by Kelly Clarkson
Written by Brian Kennedy, Ester Dean, Brett James and Dante Jones
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