'DWTS' Semifinals: Celebrity performances ranked from highest to lowest scores

With a double elimination, here's a look at which two stars ended their 'DWTS' journey


                            'DWTS' Semifinals:  Celebrity performances ranked from highest to lowest scores
JoJo Siwa and Jenna Johnson, alongside Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke on 'Dancing With The Stars' (Twitter/DancingABC)
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Season 30 of 'Dancing With The Stars' has proved to be the ultimate whirlwind, and it looks like now, we're in the last lap of it all. With semifinals here, each couple has reached their very own 'make it or break it' point, as their performances would determine if they found themselves in the top or the bottom.

With Olivia Jade being eliminated last week, and Jimmie Allen and Melora Hardin at the bottom, the judges decided to save Hardin. With a double elimination happening yet again, here's how each performance went, based on scores.

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JoJo Siwa and pro Jenna Johnson

Round 1 Score: 40/40
Round 2 Score: 40/40
Grand Total: 80/80
Status: Safe
Siwa and Johnson performed a redemption Argentine Tango to "Santa Maria (Del Buen Ayre)" by Gotan Project, and were guided by Len Goodman, who reminded them that passion was necessary, seeing that Ballroom Tango was like dancing with your wife, but the Argentine Tango was like dancing with your girlfriend. For the second number of the night, the duo danced Contemporary to 'Before You Go (Piano Version)' by Lewis Capaldi, dedicated to Siwa's late grandfather. As always, Siwa blew away the judges and the audience, advancing to the finals.

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Amanda Kloots and pro Alan Bersten

Round 1 Score: 39/40
Round 2 Score: 40/40
Grand Total: 79/40
Status: Bottom Two, Safe
Kloots and Bersten performed a redemption Tango to 'Titanium' by David Guetta featuring Sia. For the second performance, the duo did a Contemporary to 'Live Your Life – Nick Cordero' by Lenii. The second piece was an extremely emotional one, as it was dedicated to Kloots' late husband. The judges were truly left emotional after it, with Derek Hough stating that this performance was for her. Kloots found herself in the bottom with Suni Lee when it came down to the elimination, but the judges' vote to save her was unanimous, sending her into the finals.

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Suni Lee and pro Sasha Farber

Round 1 Score: 37/40
Round 2 Score: 38/40
Grand Total: 75/40
Status: Bottom Two, Eliminated
Lee and Farber performed a redemption Foxtrot to 'Haven't Met You Yet' by Michael Bublé and were guided by Carrie Ann Inaba. For the second performance, they did a Contemporary to 'Gravity' by Sara Bareilles, which had Carrie Ann Inaba exclaiming that she felt like a proud mother looking at how far Lee has come. However, when it came to the final selection of the night, Lee found herself in the bottom two along with Amanda Kloots. With the judges saving Kloots, Lee was eliminated from the show.

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Iman Shumpert and pro Daniella Karagach

Round 1 Score: 37/40
Round 2 Score: 38/40
Grand Total: 75/40
Status: Safe
Shumpert and Karagach performed a redemption Tango to 'Telephone' by Martynas, and with Derek Hough's guidance, Shumpert improved on his form significantly. For their new dance, the duo did a Jazz to 'Dark Fantasy' by Kanye West, which had everyone in shock and awe over the sheer amount of complex lifts that they executed to near perfection. Shumpert made his way to the finals, making him the first NBA performer to do so!

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Melora Hardin and pro Artem Chigvintsev

Round 1 Score: 36/40
Round 2 Score: 36/40
Grand Total: 72/80
Status: Eliminated
Hardin and Chigvintsev performed a redemption Rumba to 'I Don't Want To Wait' by Paula Cole and, later, a Contemporary to 'Thunder' by Imagine Dragons. While her second performance was a beautiful tribute to a friend who has overcome her own tribulations, it wasn't enough to keep Hardin safe, seeing that she was the first to be eliminated.

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Cody Rigsby and pro Cheryl Burke

Round 1 Score: 35/40
Round 2 Score: 36/40
Grand Total: 71/80
Status: Safe
Rigsby and Burke performed a redemption Salsa to 'Danza Kuduro' by Don Omar and Lucenzo and then later performed an Argentine Tango to "La Cumparsita" by Forever Tango. With his second performance dedicated to being who he truly is, the judges were glad to see him on the stage. The duo was voted safe and made it to the finals, marking Burke re-entry to the final round for the first time since Season 17.

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Catch Season 30 of 'Dancing With The Stars' on Monday at 8/7c on ABC. You can also stream the episodes on abc.com and Hulu.

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