"Dancing with the Stars" Finalists: Who is Left?

Peter Castro
May 24, 2017

Backstage, after Night 1 of the "Dancing with the Stars" Season 24 finale, Rashad Jennings and his pro partner, Emma Slater, talk with Access Hollywood guest correspondent and "DWTS" Season 15 champion Melissa Rycroft about the possibility that they might win the mirrorball.

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.

Tonight, ABC caps off Season 24 with an extended 2-hour and 30-minute finale extravaganza full of incredible performances featuring this season's finalists and the rest of the cast who helped to make this season one of the best seasons in years! At one point, he twirled Arnold around on a bat through the air.

Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater dance a Viennese waltz on Monday's part-one finals of "Dancing with the Stars".

Normani Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy danced an angelic Contemporary routine for their Freestyle dance.

LA: I've come to realize that I care more about my personal journey than comparing it to others. Season 24 began in late March with 12 celeb competitors including Glee star - and former Beyoncé backup dancer - Heather Morris, Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, pro bull rider Bonner Bolton, and Olympic gymnast Simone Biles. Plus, did you see that outfit that Normani was wearing?

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LA: David is a great example of how success and fame is awesome - but, family, who you are as a person, your priorities and happiness are so much more meaningful. Rashad shines on and off the dance floor.

Rashad and Emma - Rashad had a very strong feeling that he should incorporate drum line into the freestyle. The best part of the night was that there was no elimination, so the celebs and their partners did their best to encourage the judges and voting viewers to reward their efforts. They got a flawless score. That. Was. Dope. Lindsay's creativity with her choreography and willingness to toss her body from extreme heights is a blast. They get in a really neat trick where Lindsay does a backbend over a baseball bat while David spins her around. This may sound like a weird thing to say, but I think he could have done this whole routine without Emma. Also, we rehearse insane hours, and it's very tiring.

The dance was set to a combination of Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock's "It Takes Two" and Ronnie Neuman's "Take Me Out to the Ballgame".

But the ex-catcher pulled out all stops for his upbeat baseball-themed freestyle with Arnold, which featured him passing out peanuts and then dancing in front of a dugout with plenty of backup dancers and bats as props.

For the freestyles all finalists pulled in flawless scores.

So exclusively based on Monday's freestyle dances, who should win?

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