"Dancing With The Stars" 2016 will crown a winner during Tuesday night's grand finale, but scoring the coveted Mirrorball Trophy just became a tougher task for one of the couples still in the mix, according to a Nov. 19 tweet by one of the finalists.

Jana Kramer, Gleb Savchenko in trouble come 'DWTS' 2016 finals night?

With just two days remaining until the hopefuls hit the "DWTS" ballroom for their last batch of viewer votes, country singer and actress Jana Kramer tweeted a photo of herself with pro partner Gleb Savchenko that featured an unfortunate bit of news for #TeamGlamer backers:

Despite the bad news, it seems that the duo is continuing to work on their routines for the Nov.

21 and 22 live shows. According to an ABC press release, the pair is scheduled to perform a Redemption Round tango to "Stay the Night" and a freestyle number to Sia's "Unstoppable" on Monday night. Then, if they survive Monday's elimination, they'll put together a 24-hour fusion challenge number for Tuesday night that will complete their judges' score total for the season.

No shower reprisal for Jana Kramer, Gleb Savchenko

Although the "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 finale press release indicated otherwise, Kramer and Savchenko will not reprise their steamy, bed-to-shower "Hands to Myself" Argentine tango during the Nov. 22 show. Kramer confirmed the change in plans to ET, explaining simply that "they won't let us" perform the super sexy number over again. (She didn't elaborate on the restriction.) Instead, they'll put a fresh spin on their premiere night Viennese waltz, which Savchenko promised would be a "cool dance."

Of the final four couples, Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko have scored the third-most points; they lead former NFL wide receiver Calvin Johnson Jr.

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and Lindsay Arnold, and trail both Olympic champion Laurie Hernandez and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, and IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess in cumulative season 23 score. They finished the "DWTS" season 23 semifinals in third place, two points ahead of Johnson and Arnold, two points behind Hernandez and Chmerkovskiy, and a single point behind Hinchcliffe and Burgess.

Catch the "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 finals Nov. 21 and 22 on ABC.