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Actor David Arquette, soccer pro Hope Solo and reality stars Rob Kardashian and Kristin Cavallari all tied for third place with 24 points each. Arquette, who dedicated his bare-chested rumba to daughter Coco, improved his score by six points over last week.

TV personality Carson Kressley bettered his score by five with his spirited tango about falling in love with fashion, earning 23 points.

`You put the boy in flamboyant,” judge Len Goodman said.

Nancy Grace finished just ahead of Bono near the bottom. The TV personality scored 21 points for an emotional waltz she dedicated to her now 3-year-old twins, whose lives were at risk after they were born premature.

“I always want better scores,” she said after the episode. “But we eked through last week with a 21, and I was happy to get it, so I’m happy to get 21.”

Tuesday’s results-show casualty will be the season’s third. Basketball star Ron Artest, now known as Metta World Peace, and Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis have already been eliminated.




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