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‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 31 winner: Is Charli D’Amelio won the show?

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There is a winner! Monday, November 21, marked the conclusion of Dancing With the Stars; nevertheless, only one couple could take home the mirrorball trophy.

Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas defeated Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy in “one of the closest finales in the history of our show,” according to co-host Tyra Banks. Wayne Brady and Witney Carson placed third, followed by Shangela and Gleb Satchenko in fourth place.

The finalists performed twice throughout the evening, performing a redemption dance and a freestyle. In the redemption round, contestants were given a second chance to perform a ballroom or Latin routine they had previously served in the season, hoping to receive a higher score.

Carrie Ann Inaba assigned D’Amelio, 18, and Ballas, 36, a jive and challenged them to improve their performance of the energetic dance at Prom Night.

“That was incredible, Charli. You have been so wonderful throughout the entire season in terms of execution, style, and technique, but she danced with her heart for you guys,” Inaba, 54, remarked to the applauding audience.

During the season 31 finale, not only did the finalists have the opportunity to redeem themselves, but all previously eliminated couples also returned to the dance floor. Selma Blair, who left the competition early due to health concerns stemming from her struggle with multiple sclerosis, performed a modern performance with her partner, Sasha Farber. At the same time, Jordin Sparks sang her song “No Air” live.

Len Goodman’s reign ended after his performance-packed finale. During the semifinals, the 78-year-old Englishman announced his withdrawal from the reality competition series.

“This is my final season as a Dancing With the Stars judge. Goodman, who has served as head judge for all but two seasons of DTWS, stated on November 14 that she would like to spend more time with her grandchildren and family in Britain. Goodman has been a part of the show since its inception in 2005, and it has been a tremendous honor to be a part of such a fantastic show.

Pro Cheryl Burke, who was ousted alongside her partner Sam Champion last month, said on Sunday, November 20, that she would also be leaving the Disney+ series.

“As I prepare to write these lines, I am filled with various conflicting emotions. Tomorrow night will be my last performance as a professional dancer on @dancingwiththestars. This has been one of the most difficult decisions I have ever made, but I am convinced it is the correct one,” Burke, 38, wrote on Instagram.

She continued: “Since I was 21, this show has been my second family. Without the cast, crew, and fans, I don’t know who I would be.

The native of California has participated in 26 seasons of Dancing with the Stars since her debut in 2005. She won the mirrorball twice, in 2005 and 2006, with Drew Lachey and Emmitt Smith, respectively.

Shangela and Gleb Savchenko

  • Dances: Quickstep, Freestyle
  • Songs: “Queen Bee” by Rochelle Diamante, “Survivor/Call Me Mother” by Destiny’s Child and RuPaul
  • Scores: 36, 40

Wayne Brady and Witney Carson

  • Dances: Quickstep, Freestyle
  • Songs: “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher” by Jackie Wilson, “Get Up/24K Magic” by Ciara ft. Chamillionaire and Bruno Mars
  • Scores: 36, 40

Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas (Winners)

  • Dances: Jive, Freestyle
  • Songs: “Grown” by Little Mix, “Us Again” by Pinar Toprak
  • Scores: 40, 40

Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy

  • Dances: Cha Cha, Freestyle
  • Songs: “I Like It (Like That)” by Pete Rodriguez, “Cell Block Tango” from Chicago
  • Scores: 40, 40