Who’s going home on Dancing With the Stars Week 2? The March 23 live results show will reveal one couple who didn’t get enough votes to stay, and there is speculation that this could be low-scoring Charlotte and Keo or Redfoo and Emma.
For Season 20, there will not be a Tuesday results show. Instead, the performances and eliminations will all happen on Monday nights. However, TV Guide reports that there is a possibility of the Tuesday DWTS results shows returning during the quarterfinals and semifinals portion of the competition.
UPDATE: The four contestants in the bottom on Week 2 were Suzanne Somers, Redfoo, Chris Soules and Charlotte McKinney. McKinney, Somers and Soules were safe and Redfoo was sent home.
— Redfoo (@RedFoo) March 23, 2015
According to Buddy TV, the theme for Week 2 is “My Jam Monday,” with couples dancing to the celebrities’ favorite songs. Viewers will all 12 couples do a variety of dances, including the Samba, Rumba, and an Argentine Tango.
Rumer Willis and her pro-dance partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, danced their way to the highest score (32) on the season premiere last week. Chances are, they will be safe when the eliminations begin on Monday night.
With a score of 31 for Riker and Allison, and a 30 for Nastia and Derek, it’s hard to see these popular couples getting cut on Monday night, but it’s all up to their fans and the number of votes they get.
Robert Herjavec and Kym Johnson scored a 28 last week — that score may be enough to keep #TeamSharkaRoo in the competition. Their fanbase is great, so the votes may help them as much as their dance moves.
Three couples scored a respectable 26, including Chris Soules and Witney Carson; Michael Sam and Peta Murgatroyd; and Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess. If the votes are there, these couples also have a good chance of making it through another week on Dancing With the Stars.
Patti and Artem, Willow and Mark, and Suzanne and Tony all scored a 25 on the premiere. They could be in danger of elimination, but WetPaint predicts that Charlotte will go home on Monday and not just because of their low score of 22. She’s relatively unknown to many viewers — other than her Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial — and that often makes a big difference when it comes to voting.
“Charlotte has the unknown factor working against her, and boob talk isn’t known to connect well with DWTS’s demo. If she could dance well, it’d be a different story, but it’s hard to picture the longtime DWTS viewers picking up the phone for her.”
RedFoo and Emma also scored a 22, but will his popularity with fans help him stay another week? That’s a possibility.
Tune in to find out who goes home on Week 2 of Dancing with the Stars on Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite celebrities — fans can cast their votes by phone or online every Monday night.