After nearly two months of competition from arguably the finest group of celebrities ever to hit the Dancing with the Stars stage, three couples have been selected to advance to the season 14 finals.
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DWTS alum-turned-movie-star Julianne Hough helped to ease the tension of the night as she and Rock of Ages co-stars Diego Boneta and Mary J. Blige took to the stage to perform Journey's Any Way You Want It from the upcoming film. Singer Carrie Underwood also dropped by, accompanying her current hit, Good Girl, with the spicy stylings of the resident Dancing with the Stars pros.
And then it was time to get down to business.
Despite a devastating injury and subsequent fall to last place last night, Katherine Jenkins was the first to be given immunity from the night's elimination ceremony. The opera singer literally jumped for joy with partner Mark Ballas, who excitedly mirrored her shameless delight.
Next to receive their pass to the finals was William Levy and Cheryl Burke. Their butt-shaking samba, it seems, struck a memorable chord with the at-home audience.
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Last but not least, Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd were selected as the third couple to advance. The pair seemed to hardly believe it, embracing eachother with relief as they were spared from the night's elimination.
Who will take home the mirror ball trophy? Tune in to ABC next Monday and Tuesday to see who is crowned the season 14 champion!
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