Jordan Fisher Takes Home Dancing With The Stars' Mirrorball Trophy

23 November, 2017, 00:57 | Author: Miranda Cannon
  • Dancing With The Stars finale Jordan Fisher Lindsay Arnold take home Mirrorball

The Season 25 finale of Dancing With the Stars, won by Jordan Fisher, posted a 1.3 in 18-49 and 9.2 million total viewers at 9 PM, hitting a finale low in 18-49 and drawing the second-smallest finale audience.

Pictured l-r: Frankie Muniz, Witney Carson, Lindsay Arnold, Jordan Fisher, Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas.

Leading up to the big win, the three "DWTS" finalists and their partners danced one more time.

Congratulations are in order for Jordan Fisher and pro Lindsay Arnold.

Lindey and Mark came in second, and Frankie and Witney third.

The two overcame injuries as Arnold hurt her knee and Fisher wound up with an eye cornea problem.

After the show, Fisher told Fox News, "There aren't words that you can use to express [how it feels to win]". But they recovered to get ideal scores for four dances over two days to end the show. "We're not getting judged [or] scored".

The show began with each couple doing a favorite dance from earlier in the season. Muniz and Carson followed up with a pirate-themed Argentine Tango from Disney Night and also received a ideal score for their performance. He had to give up the risky sport, and told the cameras "DWTS" came along at just the right time.

All of that is to say - it's never a bad thing to have loyal Disney fans in your corner, especially those who can vote for you on a reality dancing competition.

"Him and his family love the show".

Their injuries didn't keep them down and, on Tuesday night, they were crowned the season 25 champs.



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