'Dancing With The Stars' Season 28 winners predictions: Which celebrity will take home the Mirrorball trophy?
When the series returns to our screens on Monday night, one contestant will walk away with the Mirrorball trophy and be crowned the winner of 'Dancing With The Stars' season 28.
After James Van Der Beek's shocking elimination last week, 'Dancing With The Stars' season 28 has proven to be unpredictable. This season has given fans a ton of mixed emotions, from rage and happiness to tears.
When the series returns to our screens on Monday night, one contestant will walk away with the Mirrorball trophy and be crowned the winner of 'Dancing With The Stars' season 28. Four couples remain, and they include Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson, Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten, Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber, and Lauren Aliana and Gleb Savchenko.
After 10 weeks of battling against each other, the finalists will take to the ballroom stage and battle it out for one last time. Each couple will perform a freestyle routine and their favorite dance from the entire season. It is surely going to be an unpredictable finale as all four finalists are fan favorites. For the finale, the judges will not be picking the winner. Like always the winner will be crowned depending on the highest votes and scores.
Prior to the finale, last week, MEAWW put out a poll asking fans who they think has the highest chance of winning, so it would make it easier for predictions. Coming in with the leading number of votes is none other than the former Bachelorette and her dancing partner. 53% of the votes went to Hannah Brown and Alan who have been fan favorites since their debut performance on day 1.
Ally and Sasha come in second with 27% of the votes leaning towards their win. 13% of fans voted for Kel and Witney saying they are rooting for their win. Finally coming in with the least number of votes with the lowest chances of winning is Lauren and Gleb. Only 7% of the fans voted for them rooting for their win.
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