Who's Leaving DWTS 32 Next? Our 5 Key Predictions for Tuesday Night

Who's Leaving DWTS 32 Next? Our 5 Key Predictions for Tuesday Night
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Which of these stars will we say goodbye to?

With only ten couples left in the 32nd season of Dancing with the Stars, the stakes for many of them are higher than ever. Last week's episode, Disney Night, was colorful and magical, but unfortunately put many of the contestants at a disadvantage.

So who is in danger of being eliminated this time?

5. Mira Sorvino and Gleb Savchenko

With all due respect to the talent of amazing Mira Sorvino and the experience of Gleb Savchenko, their performances unfortunately do not excite the audience. However, the next night, thanks to the theme, will be Mira's night, especially with the choice of Time After Time by Cyndi Lauper, and therefore the chances of these two being eliminated are less than the others on the list.

4. Harry Jowsey and Rylee Arnold

Harry originally stated that he was a bad dancer, and Rylee, being a relatively young ballroom dancer, doesn't always manage to build the right dynamics and tempo with him to keep up with her. Unfortunately, this leads to poor results and flops.

3. Alyson Hannigan and Sasha Farber

We would really hate to see Alyson eliminated in the upcoming episode, as she really entertains the audience with her vibrant stage persona, but alas, all odds are against her. She has a very low average score, only 18.5, and each dance with Sasha shows no progress.

2. Barry Williams and Peta Murgatroyd

Although Barry and Peta gave a pretty good performance on Motown Night, on Disney Night their Jazz dance didn't go well, putting the couple in jeopardy. Although Barry did a great job of covering up his mistakes, he skipped steps, couldn't always keep up with Peta (who didn't seem to be a supporting partner), and even almost dropped her. Barry's risk is higher than ever.

1. Mauricio Umansky and Emma Slater

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills contestant has the best chance of being eliminated in Week 5, unfortunately. Despite the fact that he really tries to listen to the comments and correct himself because he is invested in the show, it feels like the judges are too harsh on him. His and Emma's last score was higher than Barry's, but the average score for the four episodes is lower: 17.25 vs. 18.5. And while Barry's odds are higher at 15/8 vs. 13/5 according to GoldDerby, we're still betting on poor Mauricio.

The next episode will air live on ABC and Disney+ on October 24 at 8 p.m. ET and will be available on Hulu the following day.

Source: GoldDerby.