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It seems Ali Fedotowsky of the Bachelorette is either still single or trying to throw off viewers of the show.

The 25-year-old reality star appeared on the Ryan Seacrest‘s KIIS-FM radio show Monday, and when asked if rumors are true that she doesn’t choose anyone on the dating show, Ali coyly replied “maybe.”

“If I happen to find love on the show, would I pick someone in the end? Yes,” she went on. “But if I didn’t find love on the show, there’s absolutely no way that I would pick someone for the sake of picking. I went in with that mindset and it didn’t change the entire time.”

Ali, who famously chose her Facebook advertising executive job over Jake Pavelka last year vows to not make the same mistake again.

“Not that I think leaving Jake was the wrong choice…but I think putting a job over love is not really the right choice,” she said. “Honestly, when I think back to it, if I really, truly thought I could end up with Jake and we were meant for each other and were probably going to get married, I probably would have given up my job at Facebook.”

Ali also reveals she’s open to any opportunity that may come her way including an appearance on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars.

TELL US:  WOULD YOU AS A VIEWER BE UPSET IF ALI ENDED UP NOT PICKING SOMEONE ON THE FINALE?

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The first part of the final week of Dancing With The Stars aired last night and it did not disappoint!

This has been the most talked about season of DWTS and perhaps for the first time in DWTS history, it seemed the best three really did make it to the finals.

Despite being the underdog of the final three, it seems ESPN reporter Erin Andrews might just be able to pull off an upset as she tied for first place with Pussycat doll Nicole Scherzinger. They both scored a total of 55 points. Olympic skater Evan Lysacek didn’t fair so well as he finished third with a total of 52 points.

The most talked about dance of the night went to Erin and her partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy . The pair did their hot & steamy freestyle dance using a bed and a couch as props. Maksim’s comments about the dance during the pair’s rehearsal might be a hint as to the status of their off screen relationship. “Our freestyle is very passionate. It’s very emotional. And in a way, I think it will tell the story of Erin and I,” said Maksim. And in case you’re still wondering about the duo’s relationship status, the two were spotted kissing just over a week ago.

But overall, the theme of the night seemed to be the errors made by front runners Nicole and Evan. Nicole had two slip ups in both of her dances, while Evan’s freestyle dance failed to impress the judges, earning him a mere 24 points.

The winner will be declared tonight during the 2 hour finale show. All of the eliminated stars will return for a final dance, and yes that includes the controversial Kate Gosselin. And speaking of Kate, a new report by Popeater reveals the mom of eight earned an astonishing $500,000 for her five week appearance on DWTS.

Also dancing tonight will be former Bachelor star Jake Pavelka and his fiance Vienna Girardi.

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And then there were three. Dancing With The Stars is down to the final 3 as NFL Player Chad Ochocinco became the 100th celebrity to be eliminated on the hit dance competition.

Chad scored the lowest points on Monday night and the viewers votes weren’t enough to keep him safe. Joining him in the bottom two was ESPN reporter Erin Andrews and her boyfriend partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

And despite being voted off, Chad reacted positively. “This was awesome,” said Chad to co-host Tom Bergeron. “I enjoyed the journey, I met some wonderful people. I got some great criticism that’s only made me stronger, man. And I met… the beautiful Cheryl Burke, and in my eyes really, I’ve already won… So this is beautiful.”

Moving on to Monday’s finale show alongside Erin are Evan Lysacek and Nicole Scherzinger. Nicole continues to remain the favorite to win it all, leading some to believe she has an unfair advantage because of her profession as a dancer and lead singer for the Pussycat Dolls.

The three remaining finalists will each have to perform a total of 4 dances for next week’s finale.

Erin and Maks are however not giving up despite being heavy underdogs.”We just come out and humbly try to do our best. And the last three weeks have shown that we can be here. We are underdogs, but you never know!” said Maks to EOnline.

Also returning next week will be Kate Gosselin and all the other eliminated contestants, who will all perform one last dance. It is also being reported that former Bachelor Jake Pavelka and fiance Vienna Girardi will dance together on the finale show on Tuesday.

TELL US – DOES NICOLE HAVE AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE WITH BEING A PROFESSIONAL DANCER?

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It put up or shut up time on Dancing With The Stars with the semifinals airing last night. And while all the dancing couples excelled, two dominated and tied for a score of 59.

Professional Celebrity dancers Nicole Scherzinger and Evan Lysacek are still the lead favorites after their flawless performances from last night. Nicole and partner Derek earned a 30 score for their “divine” Argentine tango, and a score of 29 for their cha-cha dance. “You’ve got to be there,” Len said, in reference to next week’s finale.

Evan and his partner Anna Trebunskaya also earned a 30 score for their paso doble and a 29 for their fox-trot. Len said he loved seeing Evan’s “happy-go-lucky, fun side.”

In third place was Erin Andrews and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy. The still rumored to be dating couple scored a 27 for their fluent Viennese waltz dance, though Bruno mistakenly gave them a “premature paddle” score of 10 instead of the 9 he intended. A 29 score for their paso doble dance gave them a total of 56 points. In last place was NFL player Chad Ochocinco with a score of 52. Overall all the couples performed well.

The full scores for last night below:

Evan & Anna: 59
Nicole & Derek: 59
Erin & Maks: 56
Chad & Cheryl: 52

In other DWTS news, pro dancer Derek Hough celebrated his 25th birthday last night at the H Lounge club in Los Angeles. In attendance were all of his DWTS cast as well as former Bachelor star Jake Pavelka and his fiance Vienna Girardi.

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The five remaining stars on season 10 of Dancing With The Stars were described as the Perfectionist, the Football Hero, the Golden Boy, the Pussycat and the Jiggly One.

One thing that became very clear last night was that the ‘Pussycat’ is the one to beat this season. Nicole Scherzinger and her partner Derek Hough were almost perfect last night. The dancing couple received a total score of 59 for their two dances, even receiving a perfect score of 30 for their 1950s-style paso doble.

Tying for second place are Olympic skater Evan Lysacek, and ESPN reporter Erin Andrews. Both stars received a total score of 53 for the night. While Nicole came in first place last night, stealing the show was Erin and her partner Maksim, for their very hot and aggressive Argentine tango, which included a flying leap by Erin off the stage and onto Maksim’s shoulders. “Hot!” declared Carrie Ann Inaba, and “Loved it!” added Len, who actually gave the duo a 10 score.

At the bottom of the pack this week are Niecy Nash and Chad Ochocinco. Niecy came in last place with a total score of 43, and not too far up is Chad with a total score of 45 for his two dances.

Tonight is elimination night, as we are just 2 weeks away from the finale. Only 3 couples will make it to the May 24th finale and its looking like Erin, Evan and Nicole will be the three.

The Full Scores Are Below -

Nicole & Derek: 59
Erin & Maks: 53
Evan & Anna: 53
Chad & Cheryl: 45
Niecy & Louis: 43

TELL US – WHO DO YOU THINK SHOULD BE SENT HOME TONIGHT?

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There are six couples remaining on Dancing With The Stars and judging from last night’s show, any couple can be eliminated tonight as only 5 points seperates the first and last place couple.

The night began with Erin Andrews and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, the duo earned a score of 27 (their highest yet) for their well praised quickstep dance. Also receiving a 27 score was Pussycat doll Nicole Scherzinger and partner Derek Hough for their pure Waltz.

The highest score of the night and the first perfect score of the season went to Olympic figure skater Evan Lysacek, who received a 30 for his flawless Argentine Tango. A big improvement for Evan who only scored a 21 last week.

The six couples then split into two groups, Team Madonna and Team Gaga, to compete in a cha cha dance off. The scores from the dance off would end up shaking up the scoreboard. Team Madonna, consisting of Evan, Erin and Niecy, received a score of 24 for their dance to Madonna’s Holiday, while Team Gaga, consisting of Pamela, Nicole, and Chad, received a higher score of 27 for dancing to Lady Gaga’s hit ‘Telephone.

This week can also be considered a birthday week on DWTS as Cheryl Burke celebrated her birthday yesterday, receiving over 10 gifts from her partner Chad Ochocinco. And Erin Andrews is also celebrating her 32nd birthday today. According to Erin, her birthday wish is to remain on the show ofcourse.

The full scoreboard from last night -

Evan & Anna: 54
Nicole & Derek: 54
Chad & Cheryl: 52
Erin & Maks: 51
Pam & Damian: 51
Niecy & Louis: 49

TELL US: WHO SHOULD GO HOME TONIGHT ON DWTS?

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Bachelor alum Jake Pavelka found himself the latest ‘star’ to be booted from Dancing With The Stars.

The 32 year-old Texan tried to choke back his tears as he gave his farewell speech.  “I can’t put into words how much I’ve enjoyed this,” he said through tears. “I didn’t imagine how hard it would be to say goodbye.”

“I was so honored to be here. I enjoyed every second of this,” continued Jake. “Thank you for keeping me here for six episodes. I can’t even put it into words how much I enjoyed this.”  And despite the reports of a rift between Jake and his partner, Chelsie Hightower, he thanked her last night and called her “one of my best friends,” in what he believed to be “the best season of Dancing With the Stars I’ve ever seen.”

It however seems the best part of the show came once the cameras were turned off. According to UsWeekly, Jake and his fiance Vienna Girardi, who was shown last night looking rather sad at her man’s elimination, reportedly really took things to heart.

The two reportedly looked absolutely miserable, depressed and inconsolable as they hugged and chatted when the cameras went off. Deena Katz, the head producer/casting director of the show, had to walk over to comfort Jake. Jake then took to his twitter after the show and posted the following, “Well guys, I did everything I could, layed it all out there on the dance floor. I’m pretty bumbed… :(

And despite calling his partner Chelsie his best friend last night, the two immediately parted ways after cameras stopped rolling.  Chelsie however reportedly got a “long” hug and “sweet kiss on the cheek” from her new beau Mark Ballas.

In other DWTS news, Kate Gosselin’s departure didn’t put a damper on the ratings as expected. Monday’s night’s show still averaged over 20 million viewers, meaning Kate’s reported impact in the ratings boost this season was well overestimated.

Six couples remain on the show with just four weeks of dancing left.  The season finale is set to air May 25th.

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With or without Kate Gosselin, the show must go on and it did on the latest episode of Dancing With The Stars.

The stars danced on Monday night to either the Argentine tango or the samba, concluding the night with a first ever three minute swing marathon.  Coming in first place for the second week in a row was Nicole Scherzinger and her partner Derek Hough. The duo received a score of 26 for their sizzling samba.  A score of 10 for their swing marathon put them at the top of the leaderboard with a total of 36.

Coming in second place for the first time ever was ESPN reporter Erin Andrews and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy, who thankfully ended up shirtless by the end of a hot and sexy samba dance. “You nailed it!” applauded judge Carrie Ann.  The dancing couple received their best score yet of the season, a 25. Coming in second place at the swing marathon contest gave them a total score of 34.

Surprisingly coming in 5th place this week was Evan Lysacek, who’s samba dance failed to impress the judges.  Evan, who has been in the top two the entire season, received a score of 21 for what the judges called his “worst dance” yet.  Coming in 5th place during the swing marathon put him at a total of 27.

In last place this week was the Bachelor’s Jake Pavelka, who received a score of 21 for his samba dance.  Jake, who was the first eliminated in the swing competition, ended the night with a total score of 25.  Another couple will be given the boot in the results show tonight.

The full scores from Monday night below -

Nicole & Derek: 36
Erin & Maks: 34
Chad & Cheryl: 31
Pam & Damian: 30
Evan & Anna: 27
Niecy & Louis: 26
Jake & Chelsie: 25

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