Disney me the most magical place on earth and Disney night may start off with some magical moments of competition on “Dancing With the Stars.” Unfortunately, that won’t last the whole night through, as at least one of the Season 29 teams hoping to win the ABC series will find themselves saying a very unmagical goodbye at the end of the night.

The third week of competition is set for the first theme night of Season 29, and will see the 14 remaining teams giving it their best shot when it comes to bringing Disney magic to not only the viewers at home, but judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli as well. The pressure will certainly be on if the teams want to stay in the competition a little longer, and not join Charles Oakley and Emma Slater as an eliminated pair.

While some teams likely have a high chance of coming back, like front-runners Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev, Justina Machado and Sasha Farber and Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson, a few others may not find themselves as lucky, and their fates may be left up to a little bit of fairy dust being blown in their direction.

Whether they’re not seeming to impress the viewers or scoring low with the judges, these teams seem to have the biggest chance of being eliminated on Disney Night.

#TeamReachFortheSkai could be eliminated during Disney Night on “Dancing With the Stars” Season 29. ABC/Eric McCandless

Despite tying at the top of the leaderboard in week one, things took a very upsetting turn for #TeamReachForTheSkai, a.k.a Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten. After a lift that went awry during their Samba in Week Two, the rest of the routine went off course for the judges, and they gave her a score of just 15 points-tying her for the lowest score of the night with the then-eliminated Charles and Emma. Of course, the judges did also note that she would likely see redemption the following week, and considering the fan base she may have, her chances of still sticking around are also just as high.

DWTS- Monica Aldama, Val Chmerkovskiy
#TeamValdama could be eliminated during Disney Night on “Dancing With the Stars” Season 29. ABC/Eric McCandless

As for “Cheer” coach Monica Aldama, she may need to step up her competitive edge if she and Val Chmerkovskiy (#TeamValdama), want to keep themselves in the competition as well. They also saw a decrease in the number of points they received from the judges, dropping near the bottom with only 16/30 for their Jive. They might need to bring their biggest amount of competition yet if they went to keep proving they’re the best.

Of course, despite a marked improvement in scores in Week 2, the team that seems most at stake of going home is #TeamAreYouKittenMe—Carole Baskin and Pasha Pashkov. While their improvement in Week 2 saved them with the judges, they did fall into the Bottom Two with viewers. Historically speaking on the show, when a team lands in the Bottom Two, it can be difficult to stay out of it- viewers don’t always rescue them out of it the following week. If she falls there again—and unlike last week either doesn’t improve her scores or land in that space with someone who didn’t--it could be the last time the feline activist twirls around the floor.

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.

DWTS 29- Carole Baskin, Pasha Pashkov
#TeamAreYouKittenMe could be eliminated during Disney Night on “Dancing With the Stars” Season 29. ABC/Eric McCandless