The semifinals are already here for Season 27 of “Dancing With the Stars,” and six teams are all set to vie for their chance to make it to the finals and potentially win the Mirrorball trophy. However, at least one of them will fall short of the final episode.

Week 8 of the ABC reality competition series will see the remaining pairs try and impress both judges and viewers enough so as to be one of the teams with a chance to win the Mirrorball trophy next week. Whether they made it to the semifinals because of judges’ scores, viewer votes, or a healthy mix of both, only one will be able to win the coveted prize—and only a few will be able to call themselves the ultimate finalists. As a result, one of the teams will fall short of that finals dream when their scores for this upcoming week of competition are added to the viewer votes they received following their Country Night performances.

Of course, Season 27 has proven no one is necessarily safe, with several shocking eliminations throughout its run. However, when certain elements are factored in, three teams, in particular, seem most likely to be at risk of being eliminated just one week shy of the finals.

Unfortunately for the remaining female celebrities in the competition, this season has been particularly unkind to them, with all of the eliminations thus far with the exception of Week 7 seeing teams led by a female celebrity let go. Among them was long-considered front-runner Tinashe and her pro partner, Brandon Armstrong, which proves that high scores mean nothing if you’re in jeopardy enough.

That could mean that despite scoring near perfection between their Country Night Rumba and team freestyle routines, Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe may be forced to say goodbye after the semifinals. While they have really emerged as new frontrunners the last few weeks, they were the last team to be called safe during country night. They also felt the harsh glow of the red light for teams in jeopardy once before, after trio night.

Similarly, Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten may also be at risk. Though they’ve yet to receive a perfect 30 from the judges, they’ve come close to it several times, earning a 29/30 on both their Disney Night and Country Night routines. However, they’ve been in jeopardy of elimination before. Not only were they in the bottom five during week one of the competition, but they were also the last team to be called safe during both Disney week and Halloween night. If fans aren’t really voting for them in droves, they may be forced to say goodbye to their time on the series.

Conversely to the problem that could threaten Evanna and Alexis’ abilities to make it to the finals, bad judges’ scores aren’t necessarily an indicator that a team is set to be eliminated. Still, despite clearly having a large fan base that continues to vote him through, it may be time for Joe “Grocery Store” Amabile and his partner, Jenna Johnson, to prep for their ouster from the competition.

The pair is by far the lowest scoring team still left in the competition, and barring vast improvement this week that wows the judges enough to give him all 8’s or higher, the “Bachelor in Paradise” star may officially be overstaying his welcome. Every other team still in the competition, with the exception of Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess, have at least scored 9’s from judges, and either hit perfection or close to it in more than one routine. Even Bones has improved considerably during his time on the competition, earning all 8’s for the first-time during country week. While Amabile’s scores are no longer 14s and 15s, his best score to date is only a 22—and it only happened during Halloween week. He scored 21 points for country night as well, but both weeks saw him take on versions of a tango. He won’t be dancing that again this week, and will instead be tackling his first contemporary routine before revisiting the Quickstep. It’s unlikely he’ll manage to impress the judges enough, which could mean that he may be forced to actually say goodbye to the competition.

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