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"DWTS" contestant Normani Kordei is speaking out about her shocking finale elimination

25 May 2017, 01:41 | Conrad Doyle

One of the best shows on TV.

After all the pomp and circumstance and glitz and glamour, the show got down to brass tacks when the finalists each performed a dance favorite, which was not scored, and then a fusion of dances based on everything they learned over the prior 10 weeks, which was scored for the finals.

Will a twisted ankle prevent Normani Kordei from performing on tonight's Dancing With the Stars finale? Bryan Jennings believe whether Rashad takes home the trophy or watches someone else do it, he's still showing National Football League teams what he's got.

At the end of the day, Fifth Harmony member, Normani Kordei, should have won season 24 of "DWTS". I've been rooting for her to win. It's a dance show right?

When USANA Brand Ambassador Rashad Jennings signed up for Dancing with the Stars earlier this year, he looked at it as a fun opportunity to learn another new skill.

Baseball player and catcher for the Cubs, David Ross and his partner Lindsay Arnold came in second. "I just feel awful".

After Jennings was declared the victor, Ross sent out a congratulatory tweet. In charisma, maybe, but not in talent on the dance floor. "But I hope after everything settles down that maybe she'll rethink about it, and I'll have the opportunity to ask". "It's going to rotate and it's going to play every single song, in the background, that we danced to", he told reporters on the dance floor just moments after he and Slater triumphed.

As the season come to a close, Ross said he would miss Arnold, who has become "a really good friend and another daughter" to him.

The question will remain unanswered. Here's why they SHOULD win.

At Wrigley Field on Tuesday night, not long after the Cubs' victory, players gathered around clubhouse TVs waiting for the DWTS victor to be announced.

As reported by The Inquisitr, Kordei also had a whole lot of support from her fellow celebrities, as Zendaya, Lady Gaga, Hailey Steinfeld, Tamar Braxton and Sarah Hyland all tweeted that they thought she should have won the mirror ball trophy. "When you talk about the amount of hours we put in, part of that is because I want to see her go far".

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