Update: As predicted, Roshon Fegan ended up in the bottom two once again, but in a surprise twist — so did Jaleel White. After the two couples faced off in the Dance Duel, the judges decided to shock us all and chose to save the Disney star and sent Jaleel home packing. It's a twist no one saw coming, but it just goes to show how unpredictable this show can really be — even for our beloved Urkel. We'll miss you!
Earlier: April 30's performances on Dancing With the Stars proved that these contestants put the Class in Classical Night. And while each couple had their individual moment to shine, it was Maria Menounos and Derek Hough's vampiric Paso Doble that sent them skyrocketing to the top of the leaderboard, making them the new frontrunners of the competition. But will their perfect score save them from facing tonight's final Dance Duel of the season?
Fans have already proven the power that their votes can hold by placing the super-talented Roshon Fegan in the bottom two week after week after week. So high scores alone aren't a guarantee that a couple will be safe to dance another day. Roshon proved he has just as much masculinity as William Levy and Donald Driver in his sexy Argentine Tango, but will his popularity take a backseat once again and land him in the bottom two?
Melissa Gilbert and Maks Chmerkovskiy's Argentine Tango failed to impress the judges, forcing them to receive the lowest scores of the night, and out of all the contestants they're definitely the weakest link. But then again, Jaleel White tumbled far from his number one spot during Motown Night. Will he be asked to face off once again in front of the judges or will a new couple fall into the hot seat?
The judges may get the final say, but that doesn't mean we can't predict who it's going to come down to. My bets are on Melissa vs. Roshon, but in actuality anyone is fair game at this point. Sound off on your guesses in the comments below and check back here later tonight to find out whose dancing days are done.