‘Dancing With the Stars’: Who Will Be the First to Go Home?

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The first dancer is to be eliminated next week.


The Dancing With the Stars cast return to ballroom March 28 for another round of dancing before facing the season's first elimination the following day. 
Based on Monday’s season premiere (read what the critics had to say), who is most likely to leave first?
Probably not Ralph Macchio, who earned the night's top score of 24 points for his foxtrot. "I was more nervous, actually, in some of the rehearsal processes when I was learning steps that felt foreign,” he told People.
Also expect to see Kirstie Alley sticking around. “I feel like Cinderella tonight,” she Tweeted after taking home an impressive 23 for her cha cha.
Disney star Chelsea Kane, NFL star Hines Ward, rapper Romeo and wrestler Chris Jericho also aren’t likely to leave.
Model Petra Nemcova and Kendra Wilkinson each scored 18.
Sugar Ray Leonard’s dancing days may be over, given that he got a 17 from the judges. But it seems radio show host "Psycho Mike" Catherwood, who earned a low 13 for his foxtrot, may be the signing off first.