Hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews were then tasked with making the first official placement announcement.
Everyone from Charo and Mr. T to Heather Morris, Simone Biles and Bonner Bolton made an appearance on the stage, dancing and reminiscing about the season. Included: a final competition round; performances by Hailee Steinfeld; OneRepublic; and Lady Antebellum. In addition to crowning a victor, all three finalists also performed fusion dances that combined two of the styles they learned throughout the ten-week competition. She earned ideal judges' points (40) for the final fusion dance ahead of Jennings (39) and Ross (36). The judges agreed, with Bruno Tonioli even saying that he's already "the people's champ". During the scoring, Normani and Valentin received a 40/40 for their Argentine tango and foxtrot fusion dance.
"I'm her biggest fan, you have no idea", Jennings said. The shock of the night was frontrunner Normani finishing in third place, leaving Ross and Jennings to battle it out in the final two. And he told United States that he's so grateful for the whole experience.
If you can't get enough of this season and particularly Rashad Jennings, check out the cast on the DWTS tour this summer.
Backstage after the show, Jennings was ecstatic. That is such an fantastic feeling. "I just feel bad".
But fellow contestant Charo, for one was shocked that Normani lost. "But I hope after everything settles down that maybe she'll rethink about it, and I'll have the opportunity to ask". "I mean, no doubt about it", Charo told ABC Radio.
Kordei was hailed in the same video piece as "the best celebrity I have ever seen on the show", by pro dancer Peta Murgatroyd.
More bugs may be released: Hacking group
In the same jibberish rant, it has also been mentioned that the hacker group is now planning to follow a monthly data dump cycle. But now, the monthly subscription model might mean the bugs will find their way into the hands of more people, said Mr Hall.
Celine Dion Performs 'Titanic' Hit "My Heart"
Celine Dion gave a heartwrenching performance of her hit song My Heart Will Go On at this year's Billboard Music Awards . Even co-host Vanessa Hudgens got teary and her co-host Ludacris called for another round of applause.
The Hidden Bombshell In The Comey-Trump Story
Interestingly enough, Reines portrayed Trump as grabby prior to the release of the "Access Hollywood" tape. It made for a pretty uncomfortable moment, which further proves the importance of Clinton's prep tactics.
Rebel Wilson sues magazine publisher over 'nasty' articles
He said Wilson thought "she'd never been hit with such nastiness" when Bauer Media published "grubby articles" that defamed her. Ms Wilson flashed her trademark smile and nearly looked the part in this new court drama. "I have no current job", she said.
Westpac says bank levy will cost it $260m
The bank says the exact cost depends on the final form of the legislation passed and the composition of Westpac's liability. To address the issue, Westpac suggested that a "sunset clause" should be included in the levy.