Kirstie Alley and Ralph Macchio, who were last weeks leaders on the dance floor fell, as two new dancers step up on ABC's Dancing With The Stars.  It was theme week, with dancers telling personal stories of love, loss, triumph or heartache.  For Kirstie, she danced for her parents, who were hit by a drunk driver.  The dance got off to a rough start, when Kirstie's partner went down.  But they got back up and did a beautiful job. 

Football player Hines Ward may be following in Emmett Smith's footsteps, who won the mirror ball trophy in season three.  He was called twinkle toes, Smith's nickname on the dance floor, last week.  This week he's tied for first place after dedicating his dance to his mom's sacrifices.  She was even in the audience.

Model Petra Nemcova dedicated her dance to a nonprofit she's set up to rebuild schools around the world after natural disasters.  She was involved in the Thailand tsunami, so it's close to her heart.  She came up with the idea after hearing the song "You Life Me Up," which she danced beautifully to.  Judge Len Goodman called her the one to beat.

One more will go home tonight and unless there is a huge upset, Wendy Williams will be sent packing.  She needed to have a miracle on the dance floor to stay this week and she had more of a mess.  The results show is on ABC at 9 tonight