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'DWTS' elimination: Beauty or the beast?

April 19, 2011 12:00:00 AM PDT
'Dancing With The Stars' lost another competitor Tuesday night. The stars and their partners are finding it hard to see anyone go home. But they know this is a competition and, in the end, only one star can win.

In the final moments of the show, supermodel Petra Nemcova was eliminated while wrestler Chris Jericho learned he will move on to week 6.

Nemocova exited "Dancing With The Stars" as beautifully as she entered it, complimenting her partner in our post-show interview.

"If it would be someone else, I don't know that if they would take me so far," said Petra. "But thanks to Dmitry, he got me halfway through the season. He put up with me every single day for two months. That's an achievement!"

In her five weeks on the show, Petra managed to top the judges' leaderboard in week three with a wonderful waltz.

"You were posing in the beginning, taking steps and kind of posing from one step to another to actually a dancer who could dance and move and be elegant and beautiful and dance," said Petra's partner, Dmitry Chaplin. "So you know, it's a big achievement."

But for Petra there was another achievement to doing the show: raising money and spreading the word about her charity, The Happy Hearts Fund. Its goal is to improve the lives of children in natural disaster areas through educational and sustainable programs.

"Knowing that people care makes my heart so happy," said Petra.

"She's insanely beautiful," said Kirstie Alley. "She has the best heart in the world and she is so motivated by philanthropic endeavors, but she's a real role model for everybody else out there."

With Petra now out, seven stars remain in it to win it, including Kendra Wilkinson.

"Get ready for some booty shake next week! I'm ready for it," said Wilkinson, who will perform the samba.

And you may see Ralph Macchio sing -- at least in rehearsal.

"Everyone knows this song," said Macchio. "Within one note you will all know what it is and it's a great guilty-pleasure song of mine, the antithesis to the type of music I normally listen to, but this one always gets me cranked up and it's a perfect Paso Doble."

Expect guilty pleasure music on next week's show, but don't expect to see any real-life guilty pleasures.

"I like massages. Is that a guilty pleasure?" said Romeo.

"That's pretty normal," said partner Chelsie Hightower.

"No, it's not normal when you get massages four times a week," said Romeo.

For next week, the seven remaining stars picked music they consider guilty pleasures.

Romeo says his song will shock a lot of people.

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