When "Dancing With The Stars" 2016 resumes tonight on ABC, the final four couples will perform their last routines for viewer votes during season 23's first night of finals action. After (hopefully) demonstrating improvement during the Redemption Round and wowing the ballroom with their creative freestyle, one pair will be eliminated during the episode's last moments. So which pair is most likely to be sent packing during the Nov. 21 "DWTS" 2016 results segment: James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess, Laurie Hernandez and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko, or Calvin Johnson Jr.

and Lindsay Arnold?

The unlikeliest victims of the 'DWTS' finale results

Although all four couples are genuinely worthy of taking part in the "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 finals, just two emerged as consistent judges' favorites as the weeks passed. As the preseason favorite with oddsmakers, Olympic champion Hernandez didn't disappoint as she and Chmerkovskiy wowed the "DWTS" judges with a series of well-executed routines, including a memorable week four jazz piece that earned "DWTS" 2016's first perfect score.

Of the four couples taking part in tonight's competition, they earned the only perfect score during last week's semis, so they're very unlikely to be sent home tonight.

Also not likely to be axed are Hinchcliffe and Burgess. The IndyCar driver has earned high scores and heaps of praise from the panelists, including the lofty claim from Julianne Hough that he's the best male celebrity to appear on "DWTS" in the show's 23-season history.

Jana or Calvin?

With Hinchcliffe and Hernandez likely safe, that leaves just Kramer and Johnson up for elimination come "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 results time tonight. Kramer has two scoring advantages over Johnson, as she and Savchenko have logged 408 judges' points to Johnson and Arnold's 404, and they posted a higher semifinal score (58 to Johnson and Arnold's 56). Either could advance, and the outcome hinges entirely on the viewer vote.

According to PureDWTS, Johnson would need to have earned approximately 7,000 more votes than Kramer per million votes cast in order to win the berth.

Given the scoring advantage, Kramer is slightly more likely to advance to night two, but it's certainly not set in stone. To see who escapes elimination during tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 results time, tune in to ABC beginning at 8 PM Eastern/Pacific.

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