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'DWTS' Finals: Ingo Rademacher Eliminated As Top 4 Move In For Finale

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The "DWTS" finals are just a week away and now, the Top 4 have been revealed.

At the last results show before the finals, Ingo Rademacher was eliminated, after winding up in the bottom along with Zendaya. "I thought I was going to be done after like two weeks," a very humble Ingo said. "This has been an amazing experience ... I've really got a ballroom frame now."

Zendaya and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy found themselves in the bottom for the first time this season. Though the Disney star had been dominating the competition, their speedy quickstep on Monday was a miss with the judges. "That was kind of a mess," Carrie Ann told her, with Len and Bruno agreeing that they had a missed a few steps -- she wound up with a mere 25 for the dance. Zendaya did, however, redeem herself, ending the the night with a hip-hop routine. As expected -- since Zendaya's been hip-hop dancing since the age of 8 -- she got a 30.

Jacoby Jones and Karina Smirnoff were the first couple to move on to the "DWTS" finals, then Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough soon followed. Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas were also sent to the "DWTS" finals along with Zendaya and partner Val, who were saved at the last minute.

The night also saw an adorable and impressive performance from 10-year-old Sophia Lucia, who beat the world record for most consecutive pirouettes. Sophia, who some might have recognized from "Dance Moms," performed with three of the pros, including her favorite Chelsie Hightower. The Wanted also performed their hit "Fill A Heart" and Avril Lavigne stopped by to sing her new hit "Here's To Never Growing Up."

Do you think the right competitors made it to the "DWTS" finals? Who do you want to win?

The "DWTS" finals begin Monday, May 20 at 8 p.m. ET and conclude on Tuesday, May 21 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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