The competition is rapidly winding down on "Dancing With the Stars" Season 25, and teams will need to truly put out their best work if they want to continue. However, with Halloween week comes the pressure of two dances a week, and after some disappointing scores during "A Night at the Movies" in Week 6, some teams may not live to handle that new challenge for very long.

Though the leaderboard has been shaken up several times over the course of Season 25, it received one of the biggest shocks yet at the end of Week 6, when teams who had been steadily improving throughout the competition and receiving decent marks from the judges suddenly finding themselves at the bottom, while others who had generally been on the lower end of the scoreboard previously were suddenly catapulted near the top. Unfortunately, that shake-up, when combined with viewer votes, could mean that one team will be saying goodbye after performing both an individual and team dance routine during Week 7.

Unsurprisingly, Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas and Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold should be guaranteed safe, as the two teams have once again locked up the number one and two spots on the leaderboard with the judges. Provided they have the viewer votes backing them up, they should continue remaining safe. Joining them this week however, are two teams who previously feel mostly near the middle of the pack or at the bottom. Both Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvintsev, and well as Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke, found themselves near the top as well, and likely have the fan followings to keep them in. Vanessa Lachey and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are also likely to be safe based on their judge's scores, and may also take in the votes that previously went to their spouses, Nick and Peta, who were eliminated during Week 6.

However, the remaining three teams could find themselves in jeopardy, with one in particular most at risk of being eliminated.

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy have been doing well throughout the competition, and even saw themselves starting to break free a little more from the middle of the pack, earning 27 judge's points on both their "Most Memorable Year" and "Disney" dances. However, they did suffer a setback in the scores for their Sports movie themed Paso Doble, only scoring 31 points. Though they should still have a loyal fan following that should see them through, they were also in jeopardy this past week, and it could be a sign that their time on the show may soon be coming to an end.

Similarly, Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson could also wind up knocked out of the competition, despite being the second team to receive 2 10's from the judges for their Disney night Argentine Tango. Their animation inspired Jazz routine however was riddled with mistakes the judges criticized in Week 6, earning them 31 points. Couples with their being the last team to be called safe in Week 5, they too could also be at risk.

However, the journey seems most likely to be almost over for Drew Scott and Emma Slater, who were slammed with only 30 points in Week 6. Though they had been steadily improving prior to that dance and proving themselves as competitors, of the remaining teams, they are the ones with the lowest average score overall. If fans didn't rally around them after their Paso Doble was criticized, then they will be the ones to hang up their dancing shoes.

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