The"Dancing With The Stars" 2016ballroom will come to life yet again on Oct. 24 asOlympianRyan Lochteand Cheryl Burke, "Little Women: LA" star Terra Jole and Sasha Farber, and the other sixcouples still vying for the season 23title deliver a decade-by-decade blast from the past during Eras Night. Althoughthe pairswill no doubt Jitterbug, Charleston, tango, foxtrot, jive, samba, quickstep, and rumba their hearts out, one couple will be shown at the door shortly before the credits roll. So who's most likely to be booted from"DWTS" 2016when week seven closes?

'DWTS' 2016 week 7results prediction: Safe

Of the eight celebrities still eligible to win the Mirrorball Trophy, three seem least likely to get the boot tomorrow night. Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez, who entered "DWTS" season 23 as the favorite to win the title, has scored the most judges' points and rarely suffers a misstep in the ballroom, so she and pro partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy are likely to advance safely to week eight.

Also highly unlikely to be shown the door is #TeamStopAndGo, which is comprised of IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess. Like Hernandez, Hinchcliffe has routinely impressed "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Julianne Hough during his tenure on the show.

Just last week, Hough went so far as to call Hinchcliffe the best male celebrity to ever appear on the hit Reality TV show.

Finally, singer Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko'ssteamy, bed-to-showerArgentine tango that earned them a perfect score on the "DWTS" week six leaderboard and rocketed them to third place overall will likely save them from elimination tomorrow night.

Somewhere in the middle

Another trio of "DWTS" 2016 couplesshould probably be safe to dance again, but could well wind up in jeopardy based on their middle-of-the-road season-long records. The group includes former NFL star Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold, who have amassed the fourth-highest total of judges' points to date; reality TV star Terra Jole and Sasha Farber, who are ranked fifth; and the sixth-ranked pairing of actress Marilu Henner and Derek Hough.

Although they are likely safe, things could get dicey for Jole and Farber, as they tied with Lochte and Burke for the lowest score of the week. (Note: Amber Rose and Maksim Chmerkovskiy posted the lowest score but were eliminated.)

The bottom two for 'DWTS' week 7?

With six of the eight couples accounted for, the two most likely to face elimination on Oct. 24 remain. Based on season-long performance alone, either Olympian Ryan Lochte and Cheryl Burke or "The Brady Bunch" alum Maureen McCormick and Artem Chigvintsev will exit. How will it play out? Watch "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 Eras Night on ABC beginning at 8 PM Eastern/Pacific on Oct. 24 to find out.

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