So who will make it to the last dance is anybody's guess, and in the hands of viewers. However things may turn out is just fine with William Levy.
"We've gave our best in this competition and we did everything that we could, so it's up to them," the telenovela star said. "If they want us to be here, we'll be here. If they want someone else to be here, it's all right for us, we did our best and we had fun."
Katherine Jenkins' partner Mark Ballas is lobbying viewers to give her a chance.
"I think Katherine deserves a shot," he said. "I think she's one of the strongest dancers we've ever had on the show.
Donald Driver and partner Peta Murgatroyd say their goal is to leave viewers saying "OMG."
"The fans should keep us in because we have put so much hard work into this production," Murgatroyd said. "It's the last week, we're going to go out with a bang, we're going to have tricks, lifts. We're going to have the most exciting freestyle you can imagine."
Maria Menounos said she also has something special in store for viewers, an "amazing song" that she really wants to dance to next week for her parents and for some special people.
"I love this more than anything that I have ever done, so I don't want to stop. So, one more week, please," she said.
Find out which three couples are going to the finals on "Dancing With The Stars: The Results Show" beginning at 9 p.m. on ABC7.