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The four finalists -- Kellie Pickler, Zendaya, Jacoby Jones and Aly Raisman -- and their partners appear on ABCs Dancing With The Stars on May 20, 2013, a day before the season 16 finale. - Provided courtesy of ABC Photo / Adam Taylor

Who won 'Dancing With The Stars' 2013 - season 16? (Spoiler)

05/21/2013 by OnTheRedCarpet.com Staff

The "Dancing With The Stars" season 16 finale took place on Tuesday, May 21, and one out of four celebrity finalists was awarded the Mirror Ball Trophy after 10 weeks of performances. Spoiler alert!

On Monday, the remaining four celebrities left in the ABC ballroom competition series -- "American Idol" alum Kellie Pickler, "Shake It Up!" actress Zendaya, Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman and NFL star Jacoby Jones -- performed three dances with their partners, including a Cha Cha Cha relay. Find out which celebrity WON "Dancing With The Stars" below!

Kellie Pickler and partner Derek Hough won "Dancing With The Stars" season 16. The pair received a total of 94 out of 95 points for their performances on Monday and Tuesday combined. The results are made up of judges' scores and fan votes.

(Check out an exclusive INTERVIEW with Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough after their win!)

(Read a RECAP of Monday's Week 10, pre-finale performance episode of "Dancing With The Stars.")

The season 16 finale also featured a dance by eliminated contestants comedians Andy Dick and D.L. Hughley, Olympic skater Dorothy Hamill -- who quit the show after an injury, singer Wynonna Judd, boxer Victor Ortiz, "General Hospital" actor Ingo Rademacher, "Bachelor" star Sean Lowe and Lisa Vanderpump of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

Wynonna also sang on the show, as did Pitbull, "American Idol" alum Jessica Sanchez and PSY.

Who do YOU think should have won "Dancing With The Stars"? Vote in our poll.

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