Who Might Win Dancing With the Stars After Week 3?

Some new stars pulled ahead and another went home on Movie Night

By Lauren Piester 01 Oct, 2019 2:07 AMTags
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Movie night wasn't exactly a success for everybody on Dancing With the Stars, but there was some good news. 

Nobody went home! Well, nobody went home for their performance this week. After Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke had to withdraw because Lewis reinjured his foot, the judges decided that no one else needed to leave. 

This was especially good news for the bottom two, which included Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson, and Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd. Everybody gets to stay another week! How lucky for them!

Some of the stars really soared this week and some really didn't, unfortunately, which is the way it tends to go. 

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But as the judges have said and Carrie Ann Inaba reminded us tonight, this season is all about technique, so if the stars aren't bringing, the judges aren't bringing the scores. 

Some stars, however, are bringing it. This week, Ally Brooke and Kate Flannery rose up to the front of the pack with the highest scores of the night, with James Van Der Beek and Lauren Alaina right behind them. 

See below for how all the stars are doing this season so far!

Winner: Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten

Who is she? She was just the star of The Bachelorette!

How's she doing? She won! In the finale, she got a 28 out of 30 and then a perfect score, for a total of 58 out of 60 and the win. 

Previous scores: 20, 24, 21, 32 (out of 40), 25, 24, 52 (out of 60), 31 (out of 32), 71 (out of 80), 54 (out of 60)

2nd Place: Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson

Who is he? An actor and comedian, known for Good Burger and for being the Kel half of Kenan and Kel

How's he doing? In the finale, he got a perfect score 

Previous scores: 16, 20, 20, 32 (out of 40), 26, 26, 52 (out of 60), 30 (out of 32), 74 (out of 80), 57 (out of 60)

3rd Place: Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber

Who is she? A singer and member of Fifth Harmony. 

How's she doing? She ended her time on DWTS with two perfect scores, a 60 out of 60. 

Previous scores: 16, 20, 24, 32 (out of 40), 27, 25, 54 (out of 60), 30 (out of 32), 80 (out of 80), 59 (out of 60)

4th Place: Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko

Who is she? She's a country music star, and was the runner-up on season 10 of American Idol

How's she doing? In the finale, she got a 27 out of 30, and then a perfect score for her freestyle, for a total of 57 out of 60.

Previous scores: 19, 19, 20, 32 (out of 40), 23, 26, 54 (out of 60), 24 (out of 32), 70 (out of 80), 54 (out of 60)

ELIMINATED: James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater

Who is he? Actor, best known as Dawson from Dawson's Creek

How's he doing? In an emotional week 10, James got a 24 and a 27, giving him a total of 51 out of 60 and unfortunately putting him at the back of the pack, and he was eliminated one week away from the finale. 

Previous scores: 21, 20, 23, 28 (out of 40), 26, 27, 54 (out of 60), 32 (out of 32), 72 (out of 80)

ELIMINATED: Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold

Who is he? He's the former White House press secretary. 

How's he doing? He got a 26 and a 24 for his dances in week nine, giving him a total of 50 out of 80, which unsurprisingly sent him home. 

Previous scores: 12, 16, 15, 21 (out of 40), 19, 21, 42 (out of 60), 20 (out of 32)

ELIMINATED: Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov

Who is she? An actress and comedian, best known as Meredith on The Office

How's she doing: Pretty good, though she's a bit up and down. She got a 24 for her individual dance in week eight, after nearly going home in week seven, then got two more points when she beat Sean in the dance off, giving her a 26. But then she was sadly eliminated. 

Previous scores: 15, 21, 24, 26 (out of 40), 24, 27, 48 (out of 60)

ELIMINATED: Karamo Brown and Jenna Johnson

Who is he? The culture expert on Queer Eye and a former star of The Real World

How's he doing? Not too bad, before he was eliminated. Halloween week gave him a score of 25, plus a team dance score of 24, for a total of 49 out of 60.

Previous scores: 17, 19, 16, 28 (out of 40), 21, 25

ELIMINATED: Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy

Who is she? The daughter of supermodel Christie Brinkley, who broke her arm ahead of the first episode and was replaced by her model daughter. 

How's she doing? After week three, she added a score of 23. After a week four score of 31 out of 40, her combined score was 54 out of 70. As Cinderella in week five, she got a 24 out of 30, and in week six, she tied for first place with a 27. 

ELIMINATED: Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd

Who is he? He's a former NBA forward (and former husband of Khloe Kardashian). 

How's he doing? After week two, he was in last place with a total of 23. In week three, he was in last place with a 12. In week four, he was in last place with a 20, giving him a total combined score for those two weeks of 32 out of 70. After ending up in the bottom two with Karamo Brown, Lamar was eliminated in week four. 

ELIMINATED: Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke

Who is he? He's a former NFL linebacker. 

How's he doing? After week two, he was in third to last place with a total of 30. He had to withdraw in week three due to an injury. 

ELIMINATED: Mary Wilson and Brandon Armstrong

Who is she? She's in The Supremes! 

How's she doing? She was eliminated in week two, though she was definitely not the worst of the bunch with a total of 32. 

Dancing With the Stars airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.