The winner of this season of Dancing with the Stars has been crowned!
The inaugural season of Dancing With the Stars on Disney+ has concluded after 10 weeks, numerous performances, and innumerable awkward conversations in the Skybox.
DWTS Finale kicked off with a dynamic number. The Cedric Gervais & Franklin ft. Nile Rodgers’ song “Everybody Dance” served as the opening performance for the season 31 finale, which included the show’s professional dancers.’
All of the participants who had been eliminated came back to dance in the finale. The two dancers who made the most headlines were Selma Blair and Sasha Farber, who performed after Selma had to withdraw from the competition because of issues with her MS.
Shangela and Gleb Savchenko
After getting a flawless score, Shangela stated that she believed her Halloween Night performance to be her “breakthrough moment” in terms of her journey.For their redemption dance, with personal points from judge Bruno Tonioli, they danced a Quickstep on their final performance to “Queen Bee” by Rochelle Diamante.
Wayne Brady and Witney Carson
The difficulties Wayne’s demanding schedule presented were highlighted, along with his need to “show myself” that I could handle them. “The importance of the redemption dance cannot be overstated since everything will be scrutinized to the last detail. This week is a significant one, and you can count on us to deliver.” They received personal tips from judge Len Goodman, who chose the Quickstep as their redemption dance.. Wayne & Witney delivered a wonderful Quickstep to “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher” by Jackie Wilson.
Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas
With some professional tips from judge Carrie Ann Inaba, for their redemption dance she choose the ‘Jive” which would be danced to “Grown” by Little Mix.
I don’t think I spent enough time working on the character component of my jive from earlier in the season, which they performed during week five on Prom Night, Charli said to Mark.
Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy
The two were excited to have six-time winner Derek Hough sit in on their practice sessions and to give them tips on their dance. He wanted to see them do their cha cha to Pete Rodriguez’s “I Like It (Like That)” as their redemption dance.
Brady and Carson danced to “Get Up” by Ciara ft. Chamillionaire and “24K Magic” by Bruno Mars
D’Amelio and Ballas danced to “Us Again” by Pinar Toprak
Shangela and Savchenko danced to “Survivor” by Destiny’s Child and “Call Me Mother” by RuPaul
Windey and partner Chmerkovskiy danced to “Cell Block Tango” from Chicago
After two hours of jam packed, high energy dancing, in the end this is how it played out.
4th Place: Shangela and Gleb Savchenko
3rd Place: Wayne Brady and Witney Carson
2nd Place: Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy
1st place; and winner of the Mirrorball Trophy:
Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas
This is Mark Ballas 3rd win as a Pro on “Dancing With The Stars.” Ballas was a cast member of DWTS for 19 seasons before announcing his resignation in 2017. The pro previously won — with partner Kristi Yamaguchi in season 6 and again, two years later, with Shawn Johnson.When asked if he would return for Season 32 he replied, “I’ll let you know later because my body couldn’t even imagine doing this in six months.”
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