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Dancing With The Stars – Season 24

Dancing With The Stars kicks off its 24th season on March 20th, 2017, sticking with its formula of two seasons a year (one in March and one in September, which has been the case since Season 3). There are 12 couples this season, down from 13 in Season 23, and as usual, the cast list was released on Good Morning America, which is also on ABC. There are two ways to vote: through the judges, and there is also a public vote, which is done through a toll-free number, along with texting and social media. The pair that receives the low score among the judges, along with the audience voting, will be eliminated each week until there is only one pair left standing. The winning duo gets the Mirror Ball Trophy, along with a cash prize, which is never released. The second-place and third-place teams also receive a cash prize, again, which is not released.

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Event Details

Event: Dancing With The Stars – Season 24 

Date: Monday, March 20th, 2017; 8:00 PM ET 

Location: CBS Television City, Los Angeles, CA 

TV: ABC 

Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews will continue to co-host the show; Bergeron has been there since the beginning, and Andrews since Season 18. Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Julianne Hough will judge. Inaba and Tonioli have done every season of Dancing With The Stars, while Goodman has done all but Season 21, when Hough filled in for him. Hough judged Seasons 19-21, and the last two seasons, and she is a two-time professional winner (Seasons 4 and 5).

Contestants Remaining

  • Name / Age / Know For / Professional Partner
  • Rashad Jennings (NFL running back)/Emma Slater

Show Recap – Dancing With The Stars

This season of Dancing With The Stars finally comes to an end as another athlete picks up the win. The athletes have seemingly had a pretty good edge in this show as the transition from the field to the dance floor has been smooth.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Simone and Sasha had two perfect scores of 40, yet still were eliminated.

What Happened This Week

It was a two-episode finale week here as the three remaining couples had two dances on Monday, and then one more on Tuesday that fused two styles together. First, David and Lindsay had a combined score of 73, including one 40, for their two dances on Monday, and then they had a 36 on Tuesday. Second was Normani and Val, who had a combined score of 78, including one 40, for their Monday performances and then a perfect 40 for their lone Tuesday routine. Finally, Rashad and Emma danced last on both nights, and they got two perfect scores of 40 for their Monday efforts, and then a 39 for their Tuesday dances.

But then, as we know, the public vote counts for something, and when it was all said and done, third place would go to Normani and Val, while the second-place team was David and Lindsay. That meant the winners were Rashad and Emma, and Rashad became the fourth NFL player to win Dancing With The Stars, following Emmitt Smith in Season 3, Hines Ward in Season 12 and Donald Driver in Season 14. Meanwhile, Emma became the first British person, either a celebrity or professional dancer, to win here.

However, the story has to be David and Lindsay, who finished with the sixth-lowest average of any of the 12 teams to enter the contest as they finished with an average of 32.3. Normani and Val finished with an average of 36.8, and Rashad and Emma were at 36.1. David and Lindsay probably should have been gone weeks ago, and they definitely shouldn’t have made in the final over Simone and Sasha, but it was just one of many strange eliminations this season. Going into next season, something has to be done about how much the public vote counts for as David was a member of last season’s Chicago Cubs team that ended an 108-year World Series drought, and that surely had something to do with him being a runner-up. If anything, Normani and Val should have won, but at least you can see the case for Rashad and Emma. It was a weird season on Dancing With The Stars, and hopefully there will be some changes to the scoring for next season.

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Season 24 Contestant/Professional Partner

Contestant Known For Professional partner
Simone Biles Olympic gymnast Sasha Farber
Bonner Bolton Model and bull rider Sharna Burgess
Charo Actress, comedian and singer Keoikantse Motsepe
Erika Jayne Singer and reality-television star Gleb Savchenko
Rashad Jennings NFL running back Emma Slater
Chris Kattan Actor and comedian Witney Carson
Nancy Kerrigan Former Olympic figure skater Artem Chigvintsev
Normani Kordei Singer Valentin Chmerkovskiy
Heather Morris Actress and dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy
David Ross Former MLB catcher Lindsay Arnold
Mr. T Actor and former wrestler Kym Johnson
Nick Viall The Bachelor star Peta Murgatroyd

Previous Recaps

Show Recap – Dancing With The Stars

Another stunning elimination took the headlines on Dancing With The Stars. Now we’re on to the semifinal round.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Bonner and Sharna were eliminated last week, while Normani and Val had one perfect score.

What Happened This Week

For the semifinals, the remaining couples had to do one routine coached by a judge, and then an unlearned dance. Simone and Sasha had an incredible week as they were coached by Carrie Ann and came away with not one, but two perfect scores of 40. Normani and Val had one perfect score after being coached by Len, and they also had a 36 for a combined score of 76. David and Lindsay were coached by Julianne and had a combined score of 70 with marks of 34 and 36, while Rashad and Emma had a combined score of 77 after being coached by Bruno, as they were scored with a 38 and 39 for their routines.

Rashad and Emma were called safe, as were Normani and Val. It would seem quite straightforward that Simone and Sasha would be the next couple to be called safe, but in yet another shocker this season, it was David and Lindsay who were called safe, which meant the end of the road for Simone and Sasha. While the judges gave them perfect scores of 40, the public vote counts for half of the decision, and this is where that got us.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

At this point, good luck trying to figure out who will win this season of Dancing With The Stars. David and Lindsay should have been gone a long time ago, but David keeps getting through thanks to the public vote, which likely has to do with the fact that he was on the Chicago Cubs, which ended a 108-year World Series drought last fall. That being said, Simone won four gold medals for the United States in Rio de Janeiro, so again, good luck trying to figure out what the fans are thinking.

Technically, the favorites should be Normani and Val, who had a perfect score for the third week in a row, while Rashad and Emma should be next. Dancing With The Stars might have to take a look at how their scoring is done and their decisions are made, because if it is going to be a popularity contest, the dancing aspect of the competition might as well come to a halt. It’ll be very interesting to see how the rest of Dancing With The Stars shakes out.

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Dancing With The Stars hit the semifinals rounds this week, which means there are four couples remaining following this week’s elimination. A winning couple for this season is in sight.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Nancy and Artem were eliminated last week, along with Nick and Peta, and a rule was instituted that the couple with the highest score would be granted immunity. This was in response to the previous week in which Heather and Maks got a 40, but were still eliminated.

What Happened This Week

Each couple got two dances this week, and one of those featured a third dancer (a pro). Rashad and Emma got a combined score of 75, including a 39 for their Argentine tango to “Dreams” by Bastille featuring Gabrielle Aplin. Normani and Val got a 79, including a perfect 40 for their contemporary routine to “Freedom” by Anthony Hamilton and Elayna Boynton. Bonner and Sharna received a 58, including a 30 for their Argentine tango to “Believer” by Imagine Dragons. Simone and Sasha picked up a 72, getting 36 for both of their dances and one was a paso doble to “Don’t Let Me Down” by the Chainsmokers featuring Daya. Finally, David and Lindsay got a 65, including a 36 for their waltz to “Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw.

Normani and Val were safe, followed by David and Lindsay, and Simone and Sasha. That left two couples, and Rashad and Emma would be the last to be called safe, which meant it was the end of the line for Bonner and Sharna.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Normani and Val have shot to the top of the rankings and they’ve had the highest score in each of the last four weeks, including a score of 40 in each of the last two weeks. Their average of 35.8 is now more than a point higher than Simone and Sasha, who have an average of 34.7 and true to form, they got two 36s this week as the most consistent couple on the show. However, they have to find another level to get past Normani and Val, as do Rashad and Emma, who are right behind Simone and Sasha as they have an average of 34.6. David and Lindsay are at the low end of the ladder with an average of 30.5, but they’ve been that way for most of the season, and two couples with better averages than them are gone. Don’t count them out, but they could be the next ones to go on Dancing With The Stars.

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It was a double-elimination week on Dancing With The Stars as one pair that went home wasn’t a surprise, while another was a slight shock, although nothing like last week.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

In one of the most controversial eliminations in the history of Dancing With The Stars, Heather and Maks (who was returning from injury) were given their walking papers despite putting up a perfect score of 40. 

What Happened This Week

This week’s theme was a “A Night At The Movies”, in which the pairs had to do a routine that captured the spirit of a movie genre, but not quite a specific movie. Also, it was revealed that the pair with the highest score would get immunity from being eliminated, which had to be a response to what happened last week. The highest score was another perfect 40 as Normani and Val did an Argentine tango to “Quizas, Quizas, Quizas” by Andrea Bocelli featuring Jennifer Lopez for the foreign-film genre. Next was a 37 for Simone and Sasha, who did a Charleston routine for the song “Charleston” by Bob Wilson and His Varsity Rhythm Boys, which was for the silent-movie genre. Rashad and Emma also scored a 37 for their paso doble to “O Fortuna” by Carl Orff, which was for the horror genre.

There were also three dance-offs, which were decided by a public vote and the judges, and the winners would get two extra points. Simone and Sasha won over Nancy and Artem as they did the cha-cha-cha to “Crave” by Pharrell Williams, while Rashad and Emma defeated David and Lindsay over their jive to “Gimme Some Lovin’” by The Spencer Davis Group. Finally, Bonner and Sharna defeated Nick and Peta in their rumba routine to “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston.

David and Lindsay were the last couple to be called safe, and the eliminated couples were Nick and Peta, which was to be expected, but Nancy and Artem had a higher average than David and Lindsay, and Bonner and Sharna. Still, that didn’t stop their competition from ending.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

It is officially a three-team race now between Normani and Val, Simone and Sasha, and Rashad and Emma. Again, Simone and Sasha are probably the most consistent of the three, but the other couples might have higher ceilings. Now, they have to step up and get the highest score to receive immunity because you never know who will be eliminated on Dancing With The Stars.

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This week’s elimination on Dancing With The Stars was a massive shock, and there were also two team dances, split between the women and the men.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Last week was Disney Night, with Erika and Gleb getting their walking papers despite the low score of the week going to David and Lindsay.

What Happened This Week

This week’s theme was Boy Bands vs. Girl Groups, and there were two freestyle dances. The women (Simone, Nancy, Normani and Heather with their partners) won with a 34 as they did a routine to “My Boyfriend’s Back” by the Chiffons, “No Scrubs” by TLC and “BO$$” by Fifth Harmony. The men (Bonner, Rashad, David, Nick and their partners) weren’t far behind as they got a 33 for their routine to “Dancing Machine” by The Jackson 5, “You Got It (The Right Stuff)” by New Kids On The Block and “Best Song Ever” by One Direction.

For the pairs, the high score of the week went to Heather and Maks, who returned from injury as they got a perfect score of 40 for their rumba to “Waterfalls” by TLC. Next was Normani and Val, who got a 38 for their salsa to “When I Grow Up” by the Pussycat Dolls, then Rashad and Emma had a 37 for their tango to “Reach Out (I’ll Be There)” by the Four Tops. At the other end, Nick and Peta had a 28 for their jive to “”Fun, Fun, Fun” by the Beach Boys, David and Lindsay got a 29 for their Argentine tango to “I Want You Back” by NSYNC, and Bonner and Sharna had a 30 for their rumba to “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys.

Nancy and Artem were the last pair to be called safe, even though they got a 33, and in the biggest surprise in a long time on this show, Heather and Maks were sent home.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

The fan vote seems to be what hurt Heather, but this is a big problem with Dancing With The Stars: you can get a perfect score and still get voted off. The judges’ vote should weigh more than the fan vote to begin with, but that’s another conversation. It especially stings as Heather has danced the last four weeks with Alan, then Maks comes back, they get a perfect score and still get eliminated. If anything, this should show the rest of the field that it might not even matter how well (or badly) you do on Dancing With The Stars, you could still end up going home.

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One more couple was eliminated this week on Dancing With The Stars, where the theme was Disney Night, an annual favorite among DWTS fans.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Last week’s theme was Most Memorable Year Night, and Mr. T and Kym would be the third couple eliminated from the competition.

What Happened This Week

The high couple of the week was Normani and Val, who scored a blistering 39 for their paso doble to “I’ll Make A Man Out Of You” by Donny Osmond from Mulan. Simone and Sasha weren’t far behind with a 38 for their contemporary routine to “How Far I’ll Go” by Auli’i Cravalho from Moana, while Nancy and Artem scored a 36 for their jazz routine to “That’s How You Know” by Amy Adams from Enchanted.

The low couple was David and Lindsay, who scored a 29 for their jive routine to “Ride” by ZZ Top from Cars 3. Just ahead of them are Bonner and Sharna, who picked up a 30 for their tango to “When Can I See You Again” by Owl City from Wreck-It Ralph, and then there were a pair of couples at 32. First was Rashad and Emma, who did a foxtrot to “Evermore” by Josh Groban from Beauty and the Beast, and then Erika and Gleb for their Viennese waltz to “Unforgettable” by Sia from Finding Dory.

The last two couples to be called safe were Nick and Peta, who got a 34 for their jazz dance to “I’ve Got No Strings” by Dickie Jones from Pinocchio, and Erika and Gleb. Nick and Peta survived the week, and it was Erika and Gleb who were eliminated, which goes to show on Dancing With The Stars, the couple with the lowest score doesn’t always go home. 

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Simone and Sasha are back on top as they have an average of 33.4, while Normani and Val are next with an average of 32.8. Rashad and Emma had a down week and they’re third now at 32.4, while Heather and Alan (Maks is still out with an injury) come in at 32.0. Right now, Simone and Sasha are probably the most consistent couple, but they need to find another gear because Normani and Val, and even Rashad and Emma, might be better when they dance their best.

Bonner and Sharna have the low average at 27.4, while Nick and Peta are next at 27.8. These two must have a good performance next week, but again, you never know who will go home on Dancing With The Stars until it actually happens.

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The next pair to go on Dancing With The Stars is one that has been on the chopping block for a couple weeks now. Eventually, the other shoe had to drop and that happened on Monday. It was an easy result to see as most of the couples scored pretty high except for the duo that was bounced.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Last week’s theme was Vegas Night, with Charo and Keo becoming the second couple to be eliminated last week, while Normani and Val had the highest score of the week with a 34.

What Happened This Week

This week’s theme was Most Memorable Year Night, and all but one couple scored at least 30. The high score of the week went to Rashad and Emma, who got a whopping 39 for their contemporary routine to “Unconditionally” by Katy Perry, while Simone and Sasha came in second with a 36 for their Viennese waltz to “Good Good Father” by Chris Tomlin. Heather and Alan (who continued to replace an injured Maks) came in third with a 35 for their cha-cha-cha to “Shut Up And Dance” by Walk The Moon.

Two couples turned up with a 30, the first being Nick and Peta, who did a rumba routine to “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran, while Erika and Gleb joined them with a cha-cha-cha to “Express Yourself” by Madonna. The bottom pair posted a 28 and that was Mr. T and Kym, who waltzed to “Amazing Grace” by Ray Chew. It came as no surprise that they were in the bottom two, along with Erika and Gleb, but Mr. T and Kym would be eliminated in a move that some thought could have come last week, at the very least.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Three couples have picked up the highest score in four weeks of Dancing With The Stars so far this season, and Rashad and Emma did for the second time this week. Their average of 32.5 is just ahead of Simone and Sasha, who sit at 32.3. The most impressive couple still might be Heather and Alan, who replaced Maks after the first episode and Heather might do well just to stick with him for the rest of the season as the two have great chemistry.

Nick and Peta might be the next to go with a low average of 26.3, while Bonner and Sharna are just ahead at 26.8. Erika and Gleb aren’t much farther ahead at 27.0, so these three pairs need to raise the game in order to stay on Dancing With The Stars, which will have their Disney Night theme next week.

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Another couple was eliminated on Dancing With The Stars this week, and once again, it was a couple that has been danger from the start.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

Chris and Witney were the first couple to go as they were eliminated last week.

What Happened This Week

This week’s theme was Vegas Night, and the high couple was Normani and Val, who picked up a 34 as they did a foxtrot to “Big Spender” by Shirley Bassey. Next was Nancy and Artem, who got a 33 for their samba to “Shake Your Bon-Bon” by Ricky Martin, while they were joined on 33 by Heather and Alan (once again, subbing in for an injured Maks), who did a tango routine to “Toxic” by Britney Spears. Not far behind at 32 were Simone and Sasha, who danced a quickstep to “Viva Las Vegas” by Elvis Presley.

At the other end were three couples who got a 24, first, Mr. T and Kym, who did a foxtrot to “Ain’t That A Kick To The Head” by Robbie Williams, while Bonner and Sharna danced a Charleston to “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody” by Fergie, Q-Tip and GoonRock, with Charo and Keo joining them after their foxtrot to “Chapel Of Love” by the Dixie Cups.

It was Nick and Peta who were the last couple to be called safe after they got a 26 to their tango to “Poker Face” by Lady Gaga, but in the end, it was Charo and Keo who would be the second couple to get their walking papers.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Normani and Val share the top spot with Simone and Sasha as both couples have an average score of 31.0, while Rashad and Emma join Heather and Maks/Alan with an average score of 30.3. Nancy and Artem sit at 29.7, while David and Linsday are at 28.7, and early in the competition, it seems like there will be some jostling at the top of the charts.

Then you have Mr. T and Kym, who are in trouble with an average of 22.0, which is actually lower than Charo and Keo’s average of 23.3. Nick and Peta come in at 25.0, along with Bonner and Sharna (Erika and Gleb are right in the middle at 26.0. Mr. T and Kym look like they’ll be the next ones to go unless they come up with a huge effort next week, but remember, the lowest score doesn’t always go home on Dancing With The Stars.

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It was an entertaining start to the Dancing with the Stars, including a fiery police officer-themed performance. The first couple was eliminated on Dancing with the Stars this week, and it was to no one’s surprise who it was.

What Happened Heading Into This Week

All of the couples had their first dance of the season, but no one was eliminated.

What Happened This Week

The couple would have their second dance this week, and at the top of the list, there were two couples that were tied with a 32. Normani and Val did a cha-cha-cha to “Give Me Your Love” by Sigala featuring John Newman and Nile Rodgers, and they were joined by Rashad and Emma, who scored their 32 for a Viennese waltz to “Suffer” by Charlie Puth. Next was Heather and Alan (Bersten, who is a troupe member subbing in for an injured Maksim this week), and they picked up a 30 for a jive routine to “Grown” by Little Mic. Two couples got a 29 to round out the top group, starting with Bonner and Sharna, who did a Viennese waltz to “Unlove You” by Jennifer Nettles, while Simone and Sasha tied them with their cha-cha-cha to “Burnin’ Up” by Jessie J featuring 2 Chainz.

At the bottom, there were two couples tied with a 22 as Mr. T and Kym did a paso doble to “Eye Of The Tiger” by Survivor, and Chris and Witney did a jazz dance to “Hey Ya!” by Outkast. Just ahead of them were a pair of 25s, staring with Charo and Keo, who did their own paso doble to Charo’s “Espana cani”, while Nick and Peta did a foxtrot to “Love Me Now” by John Legend. Charo and Keo were the last couple to be called safe, but it was Chris and Witney who would be the first to head to the exit door this season on Dancing With The Stars.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Rashad and Emma have overtaken Simone and Sasha for the early lead as the former has an average of 31.5, and the latter couple is one point behind them. But Normani and Val aren’t far behind at 29.5, and Heather and Maks sit at 28.0. Heather and Alan might have had the best performance of the night, given that Alan was a stand-in for Maksim (who has a calf injury, but should be fine).

Mr. T and Kym are in trouble as they’re the low score now at 21.0, while Charo and Keo are at 23.0. These two pairs have to raise their game to avoid elimination next week, and it should be a battle to stay in on Dancing With The Stars.

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The 24th season of Dancing With The Stars kicked off with a two-hour episode. There are a lot of intriguing athletes and former actors on the show, but it was the athletes that were off to a hot start

What Happened This Week

The competition got underway immediately as all 12 pairs did one dance. Olympian gold medalist Simone Biles and Sasha Farber were the high couple of the night as they got a 32 from the judges for their tango to “Untouchable” by Tritonal and Cash Cash featuring JHart. Next in line was NFL running back Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater as they got a 31 for their cha-cha-cha to “24K Magic” by Bruno Mars. A group of three pairs got scores of 28, notably MLB player David Ross and Lindsay Arnold for their quickstep to Steve Goodman’s “Go Cubs Go”, which was notable as Ross won the World Series with the Chicago Cubs, then retired.

At the other end of the spectrum, actor Chris Kattan and Witney Carson didn’t get off to a good start at all as they got a 17 for their cha-cha-cha to “What Is Love” by Haddaway (which was used by Kattan in his Saturday Night Live sketches with Will Farrell). Another actor struggled as Mr. T and Kym Johnson got a 20, also for a cha-cha-cha as they did theirs to “The A-Team Theme”; of course, Mr. T made his name on The A-Team in the 1980s.

Who Looks In Good Position To Win It All

Of course, it’s still very early in the season, but it shouldn’t be a surprise that Simone burst out of the gate. Her Olympic teammate in gymnastics, Laurie Hernandez, basically ran away with Dancing With The Stars last season and another Olympic gymnast, Shawn Johnson, won Season 8. It makes sense that a high-level gymnast would be great in a show as this, and Simone should definitely be considered one of the favorites. Rashad also had a great start and his background has a good pedigree in Dancing With The Stars as well as Emmitt Smith won in Season 3, Hines Ward won in Season 12 and Donald Driver won in Season 14.

Chris is in big trouble as it seemed as he and Witney were way off the pace, and they were fortunate that no one was eliminated on the first night because it would have likely been them. They need to step up in a major way, or hope that Mr. T and Kym struggle even worse next week on Dancing With The Stars. One of these two couples should be the favorites to exit first.

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Past Winners

Season Celebrity Winner Professional Partner
Fall 2016 Laurie Hernandez Val Chmerkovskiy
Spring 2016 Nyle DiMarco Peta Murgatroyd
Fall 2015 Bindi Irwin Derek Hough
Spring 2015 Rumer Willis Valentin Chmerkovskiy
Fall 2014 Alfonso Ribeiro Witney Carson
Spring 2014 Meryl Davis Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Fall 2013 Amber Riley Derek Hough
Spring 2013 Kellie Pickler Derek Hough
Fall 2012 Melissa Rycroft Tony Dovolani
Spring 2012 Donald Driver Peta Murgatroyd
Fall 2011 J.R. Martinez Karina Smirnoff
Spring 2011 Hines Ward Kym Johnson
Fall 2010 Jennifer Grey Derek Hough

Champion

The Season 23 winner was Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez, who became the youngest winner in the history of Dancing With The Stars at 16 years old. She won with Val Chmerkovskiy, who won for the second time and the first since Season 20, while the runners-up were IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess, who only missed two weeks due to a knee injury that looked really bad. However, Hernandez and Chmerkovskiy were the best couple of the season almost every week, and it was a well-deserved victory.

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Hernandez became the ninth athlete to win on Dancing With The Stars, and the second gymnast after Shawn Johnson in Season 8 (Johnson was also the youngest winner prior to Hernandez). Fourteen winners have come from the world of entertainment, either a singer or an actor/actress.

DWTS Records: Top 10 Scores All-Time

Rank Season Celebrity Professional Average score
1 18 Meryl Davis Maksim Chmerkovskiy 28.4
2 6 Kristi Yamaguchi Mark Ballas 28.33
3 8 Gilles Marini Cheryl Burke 28.1
4 15 Melissa Rycroft Tony Dovolani 28
5 15 Shawn Johnson Derek Hough 27.93
6 14 Katherine Jenkins Mark Ballas 27.87
7 18 Amy Purdy Derek Hough 27.87
8 17 Amber Riley Derek Hough 27.75
9 2 Drew Lachey Cheryl Burke 27.73
10 2 Stacy Keibler Tony Dovolani 27.73

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