It was do or die time on Dancing with the Stars Season 17 last night, as the five remaining couples danced for a spot in the finals and after all the shocking eliminations on DWTS 2013 this season we were due for another one, so who got eliminated on Dancing with the Stars 2013 last night? Check out the Week 10 results on DWTS Season 17 below in our Dancing with the Stars 2013 spoilers!


The couples took on two routines last night on DWTS 2013, but to the same song! One was the regular version of the song and one was an acoustic version. They would do two different dance styles and have to interpret the same song, but in different ways. A tough job to do, especially when Maksim Chmerkovskiy was sitting at the judges’ table watching you!

After all the dances were done, this is where the leaderboard stood on Dancing with the Stars Season 17:

  • Amber Riley and Derek Hough – 79 out of 80
  • Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff – 75 out of 80
  • Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke – 71 out of 80
  • Leah Remini and Tony Dovolani – 65 out of 80
  • Bill Engvall and Emma Slater – 60 out of 80

Every week it seems that Bill & Emma are in the bottom of the leaderboard, but here they are in the semifinals. Well, make that the finals of Dancing with the Stars 2013! Yup, they were safe again and will be dancing in the finals for Season 17, but Leah Remini and Tony Dovolani will not get that chance!

I am still upset about this one! Leah represents what this show is about. She came in with no dancing ability and improved so much. She got better and better every week and definitely deserved a spot in the finals. Bill Engvall has not improved and just stayed the same and should have gone home a few weeks ago!

What do you think of the results on Dancing with the Stars 2013 last night?

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