Dancing with the Stars 25 elimination: Who left in fourth place?

Frankie MunizThe Dancing with the Stars 25 finale (part 1) on Monday night started off with four performers vying for the Mirrorball Trophy: however, by the end of the night we knew that there would only be three moving onward to the finale.

Of the remaining dancers, it felt clear that Drew Scott was the one who needed to go. While he’s a very nice guy and we love Property Brothers more than almost anyone, he’s clearly the worst of the four remaining dancers. It’s also hard to make the argument of “he doesn’t do this in his everyday life” because neither does Frankie Muniz. These two were to us the most endearing of the two left just because neither one of them were used to performing on a stage going into this season. Yet, we also know that both of them have a very small chance of actually winning this whole thing.

Let’s be honest: This is really between Lindsey Stirling and Jordan Fisher at this point. They’ve gotten the best scores and we haven’t exactly seen either one of them face any serious trouble. (We feel like it was pretty clear going into the show that Lindsey was probably going to play the violin during her performance tonight so no shock there.)

Our pre-show prediction was, alas, that we were going to lose Frankie. He’s had so many close calls already this season.

Who actually went home?

Jordan and Lindsay Arnold were the first pair confirmed for the finale. They were joined soon after by Lindsey and Mark Ballas. Like we said, we knew the score here. It was Drew and Emma Slater versus Frankie and Witney Carson. Ultimately, Drew and Emma are gone.

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