Only six couples remain on ABC's Dancing With the Stars, and any one of them could conceivably go home next.
With no clear weak dancers left, the upcoming elimination on Dancing With the Stars is totally up in the air. The couples also received scores from the judges that were very close to each other last week, so the elimination will likely be decided largely by America's vote.
The remaining couples include Antonio Brown and Sharna Burgess, Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd, Wanyá Morris and Lindsay Arnold, Jodie Sweetin and Keo Motsepe, Paige VanZant and Mark Ballas and Ginger Zee and Val Chmerkovskiy. All six couples have had their highs and lows throughout the season, and while some have shown signs of winner potential, it's still unclear who will win that Mirrorball trophy.
Regardless, let's take a look at what happened last week to see if we can suss out which couples may be in danger.
Brown and Burgess scored lowest with their individual dance last week, but technically they aren't in last place on the leaderboard. That honor goes to Sweetin and Motsepe, who may have done better in their individual dance but scored lower than Brown and Burgess in the team dance, placing them just one point below the NFL star and his partner (combined, Sweetin and Motsepe have a 51 out of 60 while Brown and Burgess have a 52 out of 60).
The other four couples are essentially stacked at the top, with DiMarco and Murgatroyd received a combined score of 56 out of 60 and Morris and Arnold, VanZant and Ballas and Zee and Chmerkovskiy all receiving at 55 out of 60.
Ultimately, it may come down to Sweetin vs. Brown for Monday night's elimination. And it's anyone's guess which one may be eliminated. Vote in our poll below to have your voice heard.
Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.