The finals of “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors” have finally arrived, and the phenomenally talented cast of pint-sized dancers have been narrowed down to just four. Of course, only one can win the Mirrorball Trophy, and there are reasons to believe that Sky Brown may be the celebrity kid to walk away with the title.

All four of the kids on the ABC show are supremely talented and have impressed the judges enough to earn top marks, making the competition a fierce one. Still Sky and her partner, JT Church, as well as pro mentor Alan Bersten, still seem poised for a potential win.

Pros:

They’re Undeniably Cute

DWTS JR Sky and JT are the cutest-and smallest pair in the competition on “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors.” Photo: ABC/Eric McCandless

Perhaps the most pint-sized of the final pairs, Sky and JT are super cute-which could give them an advantage. Being so small also possibly gives them an edge because they could be more capable of performing tricks than the rest of the teams.

They’ve Been On Top Before

Not only have they performed well consistently throughout the competition, but Sky and JT have also been at the top of the leaderboard before. They were the first team to receive a near-perfect score, getting 29 points in week six, which proves they can have what it takes to win.

Cons:

They Have The Lowest Average Scores

DWTS JR Sky and JT have the lowest average scores from the judges on “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors.” Photo: ABC/Eric McCandless

Of the finalists in the competition, Sky and JT have the lowest average scores, which could put them at a disadvantage going into the finals. If their scores don’t wind up being better than their competitors in the end, then they won’t win.

We Don’t Know How Popular They Are With The Audience

Because the show is pre-taped, and the studio audience is the only ones who vote, outside of the judges’ scores, it’s impossible to know where the teams fall in terms of the popular vote. We really can’t say if Sky and JT are impressing the audience enough to earn enough votes for a win.

“Dancing With the Stars: Juniors” airs Sundays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.