Dancing With the Stars Results: And the Winner Is...

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The 10th anniversary of Dancing With the Stars has brought us fabulous routines, emotional moments, and even a few surprises.

On Dancing With the Stars Season 20 Episode 13, we relived many of those great moments before finally finding out the winner of that special golden mirror ball trophy.

The three couples who made it the to finals all proved to be worthy last night on Dancing With the Stars Season 20 Episode 12, with their repeat performances as well as some amazing freestyles.

Dancing finalists

Noah and Sharna gave what was probably the most powerful performance of the season, Riker and Allison brought back a favorite routine, and Rumer and Val impressed the judges with simplicity and technique. The dances were so good that there were five perfect scores!

Before we could learn the winner of the competition, there was also one more round of dancing. Each couple performed a 24 hour fusion routine to earn one more set of judges scores.

Following that last round of spectacular routines was a performance by Patti LaBelle, and then, the results! So who took home the mirror ball?

The winners of Dancing With the Stars Season 20 are...

Rumer Willis and Val Chmerkovskiy!

If you ask me, these two deserve it more than anyone. Rumer's hard work and positive spirit combined with her dance skills made her amazing to watch all season. We saw this coming early in the competition too, on Dancing With the Stars Season 20 Episode 1.

And by the way, this is also Val's first win! Congrats, both of you!

What do you think, Dancing Fanatics? Did the right couple win the competition? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Here are the scores from this week's competition!

  • Noah and Sharna: Argentine Tango (32) Freestyle (40) Fusion (36)
  • Riker and Allison: Paso Doble (40) and Freestyle (40) Fusion (40)
  • Rumer and Val: Foxtrot (40) and Freestyle (40) Fusion (40) – WINNERS!

Ashley Bissette Sumerel was a staff writer for TV Fanatic. She retired in September 2017. Follow her on Twitter and on Google+.

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