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The final three couples on "Dancing with the Stars" have tango-ed their way through 11 grueling weeks of performing and they all had one more dance to get through before finding out who would be taking home that mirror ball trophy (Find out who WON season 17 here).
They all had less than 24 hours to put together an assigned "fusion" dance and it would be for judge's scores ONLY. Here's a recap from highest total scores to lowest:
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The "Dancing With The Stars" season 17 finale took place on Tuesday, Nov. 26, and one out of three celebrity finalists was awarded the mirror ball trophy after 11 weeks of performances. Spoiler alert!
On Monday, the remaining celebrities left in the ABC ballroom competition series -- Jack Osbourne, actor Corbin Bleu and actress Amber Riley -- performed three dances with their partners, including a Samba relay and a Freestyle. On Tuesday, the finalists performed fusion dances. Find out which celebrity WON "Dancing With The Stars" below!
The couples Waltz into the ballroom for part one of a dance-filled two night finale on "Dancing with the Stars." All four couples dance three times tonight.
In the first round, they are assigned a "Judges' Pick" and repeat a routine from earlier in the season. In round two, they're challenged to a "Samba relay" that can earn a few bonus points. And in the last round, the always fun and fabulous freestyle!
Here's a recap from highest total scores to lowest:
One out of four remaining celebrity contestants -- Amber Riley, Jack Osbourne, Bill Engvall and Corbin Bleu -- was eliminated on "Dancing With The Stars" on Monday, Nov. 25, after 11 weeks of performances. Spoiler alert!
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Corbin Bleu, Amber Riley, Leah Remini, Jack Osbourne and Bill Engvall are living in the shadows this week on "Dancing with the Stars." The shadow of Maksim Chmerkovskiy!
Yes, fan favorite Maks is back in the ballroom, stepping in as a guest judge with Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, and Carrie Ann Inaba. They'll give their critiques and opinions on two dances for each couple.
Elizabeth Berkley says she was surprised about her and partner Val Chmerkovskiy's elimination from "Dancing With The Stars," adding that she feels her time on the ABC show was "cut short."
The 41-year-old "Saved By The Bell" and "Showgirls" alum and the 27-year-old pro dancer had placed second during the ninth week of competition on Monday and had been frontrunners throughout the current 17th season.