After weeks of celebrities going toe to toe on the ballroom floor, the Season 20 winner of “Dancing with the Stars” will finally be decided Tuesday night. That’s right, fans of the hit ABC series will find out which couple will sashay away with the sparkling Mirror Ball Trophy during the finale episode of the 10-year anniversary season.
And according to judge Len Goodman, the coveted statuette could be going home with any one of the remaining duos on Tuesday.
“This is going to be a very, very tight final,” he said during Monday’s episode. The final three couples (Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess, Riker Lynch and Allison Holker and Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy) each proved on Monday’s show that they are worthy of being crowned king and queen of the ballroom. But only one cha cha-ing couple will walk away with the regal title.
Check out our prediction of the 2015 “DWTS” winners below:
Rumer & Val – first place
In the very first episode, Len boldly declared that this could be Val’s year to take the Mirror Ball -- and we think he’s right. Throughout the competition, Rumer and Val have consistently earned high scores and praise from the judges for their original and well-executed routines. They twosome even brought Bruce Willis, the “Die Hard” star himself, to tears with his daughter’s performance on Monday night, which earned them a perfect score.
We would actually be surprised if the pair with the “bewitching intensity" didn't win first place.
Riker & Allison – second place
Like Rumer and Val, Riker and Allison also earned perfect scores for both of their Monday night performances. They first wowed the judges with the perfected and controlled rendition of their “Disney Night” paso doble, which honored “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Len even gave the couple a standing ovation (a rare sight) for their “swashbuckling performance.”
But even with talent on their side, we think it may be hard for the R5 singer to outshine Team Valenrue and their chemistry on Tuesday night’s finale.
Noah & Sharna – third place
The combat soldier has left audiences floored with his emotional performances throughout Season 20. But unfortunately, Noah’s nerves got the best of him during his first routine on Monday, which got him the lowest score of the night. But the seriously strong competitor was able to redeem himself during his chilling and emotional freestyle routine, which received a perfect 40 out of 40 from the judges.
Although Noah has proved to be one of the most passionate dancers during the show’s most competitive season yet, we ultimately think the Mirror Ball Trophy will be going home with Rumer and Val. But as Len said, this could really be anyone's game!
Who do you think will be named the Season 20 winner of “Dancing with the Stars”? Tune in to Tuesday’s big showdown at 9 p.m. EDT on ABC to find out who will walk away with the bedazzled trophy and take the poll below telling us who you think will win the 2015 installment.