Dancing With The Stars Finale has revealed couple Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater as the winner of Season 24. They have emerged victorious by winning the maximum votes from the audience. The winner has won the shimmering Mirror Ball trophy.

Meanwhile, the part one of the finale aired on May 22 has witnessed some superb dance performances from the contestants. Normani Kordei & Val Chmerkovskiy performed Quickstep.

While Rashad Jennings & Emma Slater danced on Viennese Waltz and David Ross & Lindsay Arnold also performed Viennese Waltz in the first part called “Redemption Style.” And in the second round, all three couples performed freestyle dancing and all scored 40/40.

The semifinal of Season 24 has seen the shocking exit of talented Olympic champion Simone Biles and her partner Sasha Farber. With their exit, many fans were disappointed. But after learning the winner of 2017, fans must be relieved.

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Who Performed What On Finale?

The finale has witnessed some stunning dance performances from the Season 24 contestants. And also from the final three couples of the reality show! They are as follows:

1.Rashad Jennings & Emma Slater

Dance Style-Cha-cha-cha style and Tango dance fusion

Song-“I Don’t Like It, I Love It” Flo Rida feat. Robin Thicke and Verdine White

Score: 39/40

(First Place)

2.Normani Kordei & Val Chmerkovskiy

Dance Style-Argentine Tango and Foxtrot fusion

Song-“There’s Nothing Holding Me Back”—Shawn Mendes

Score: 40/40 Perfect Harmony!

(Third Place)

3.David Ross & Lindsay Arnold

Dance Style-Foxtrot Style and Salsa dance fusion

Song-“Living”— Bakermat feat. Alex Clare

Score- 36/40

(Second Place)



Dancing With The Stars Season 25 Premieres Soon?

The cast of Dancing With The Stars Season 25 is yet to be announced. As per ABC’s fall schedule, the new season is likely to premiere in early fall at 8/7c every Monday. The exact premiere date is yet to be revealed.


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