Spoilers: Will Joe Amabile Be Sent Home This Week On 'Dancing With The Stars'?

Joe Amabile has been a consistently-ranked low-level dancer on Dancing With The Stars this season, only breaking from his weekly title on the bottom of the list last Monday. The Bachelor In Paradise star is loved by fans of the Bachelor franchise but seems he may fall flat in the dancing arena. Will he be sent home this week?

Last week, Amabile and partner Jenna Johnson rose above last place for the first time this season with a Frankenstein themed dance. The Halloween episode called for spooky routines, and the largest spook Amabile delivered was almost dropping Johnson during the routine. Despite the moment, which avoided major mistake, the dancing pair received a 22 of 30 score from the judges, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Judge Bruno Tonioli applauded Amabile’s improvement. “I’m very, very pleased to say that your timing tonight was the best ever. There was a slight incident at the end, but I suppose it was because of the lift, something went wrong, but up until that moment, you were on it.”

The Dancing With The Stars season is six weeks in, and no male contestant has gone home. The group of celebrities is dwindling, with only two females left among six males. Some claim Amabile’s long stay on the show, despite his consistently low scores, may be among the reasons the male celebrities are staying on the series.

150763_8367 Joe Amabile of "Bachelor In Paradise" dances a Halloween-themed routine on "Dancing With The Stars." ABC/Eric McCandless

The Washington Post explored the season’s lack of female success in an article published Monday and noted Amabile’s status as a Bachelor franchise favorite may be contributing to his ongoing success. Viewer voting, combined with judge scores, is crucial to the fate of the dancers.

Monday’s episode will feature “country night” for the eight remaining couples. Country performers will take the stage alongside the dancers, including Lauren Alaina, Chris Janson, LANCO, Carly Pearce and Cole Swindell, according to Mercury News. This week will host a double elimination, according to Gold Derby.

The spoiler site reported Amabile is their choice to go home this week because of his low scores. His odds, according to their stats, are 39/10 to be leaving the show during Country week.

The country theme parallels the 52nd annual Country Music Awards, which will premiere on November 14. The Country performers will accompany the dances of Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten, Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess, Milo Manheim and Witney Carson and Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe, according to The Music Universe.