In its pursuit of younger viewers, "Dancing With the Stars" has lined up two popular musicians for Tuesday's results show.
Emeli Sandé will perform "Next to Me," her big hit, and "Heaven." Jason Derulo delivers "The Other Side" in the show that starts at 9 p.m. on ABC. The dance contest also has to shed one of the six celebrities. "Bachelor" Sean Lowe put up the lowest judges' scores Monday, but "General Hospital" actor Ingo Rademacher looks vulnerable, too. If anyone else goes, it would be a major surprise. Just think: The winner will be named in two weeks.
Tuesday is also a night of guest stars and season finales. A few highlights:
On "NCIS," Colin Hanks ("Dexter") plays a Department of Defense investigator who evidently infuriates the team with his questions about the Bodnar investigation. The episode starts at 8 p.m. on CBS, and an oft-repeated trailer suggests the investigator particularly perturbs Tony (Michael Weatherly).
The 10 p.m. dramas load up on the guest stars. A plane crash causes a power outage on ABC's "Body of Proof." The guest stars include Luke Perry, Lorraine Toussaint, Marisa Ramirez and Joanna Cassidy. Michael Madsen, Dan Hedaya and Richard Kind are featured on CBS' struggling "Golden Boy."
In season finales, "Hart of Dixie" wraps up its storytelling at 8 p.m. on The CW. It will be back for a third season in the fall. And "Splash" names a winner at 8 p.m. on ABC. Ah, "Splash" -- one of the strangest reality series ever, and that's saying a lot.