'DWTS' Finale: Celebrity performances ranked from highest to lowest
With the winner of Season 30 finally being crowned, here's a look at the score and the final ranking, based on audience votes
Season 30 of 'Dancing With The Stars' has proved to be unlike any other. With unexpected rising dancers and stellar performances, the season has been quite the rollercoaster. From having its first same-sex couple to seeing an NBA star make it to the finale for the first time, Season 30 has had fans and judges at the edges of their seats!
Iman Shumpert and pro Daniella Karagach
Total Score: 80/80
Rank: 1st Place
NBA basketball star Iman Shumpert and pro Daniella Karagach performed a Cha Cha and Foxtrot fusion dance to 'September' by Earth, Wind & Fire; then a freestyle dance to a medley of 'Lose Control' by Missy Elliot feat. Ciara & Fat Man Scoop and 'Bounce' by DJ Clent. Shumpert might have had the underdog status this season, but the judges, including Goodman agreed that Shumpert had certainly proved his prowess. Bagging a perfect score, he and Karagach were all set to set the stage on fire with their second performance. And they certainly did, with Inaba even stating on record that in all of the 30 seasons of the show, Shumpert's freestyle was her favorite. The duo bagged yet another score, making their grand total 80 out of 80.
JoJo Siwa and pro Jenna Johnson
Total Score: 80/80
Rank: 2nd Place
Popstar and dancer JoJo Siwa and pro Jenna Johnson performed a Tango and Cha Cha fusion dance to 'I Love It' by Icona Pop feat. Charli XCX; then a freestyle dance to 'Born This Way' by Lady Gaga. When it came to her first performance, the judges addressed the fact that people were upset over the fact that Siwa was a dancer previously but added that her journey on 'DWTS' had transformed her into a woman. With a perfect score in round one, Siwa was all set to take on the second round. She added that Johnson was truly an important person in her life, as she saw her as an older sister. With their second performance, the judges thanked Siwa for being such an exceptional role model. Tonioli even said that he wished Siwa was around when he was younger because she would have encouraged people to be themselves. Siwa bagged another 40, making her grand total 80 out of 80.
Cody Rigsby and pro Cheryl Burke
Total Score: 76/80
Rank: Third Place
Celebrity fitness guru Cody Rigsby and pro Cheryl Burke performed a Paso Doble and Cha Cha fusion dance to 'Free Your Mind' by En Vogue; then a freestyle dance to a medley of 'Beethoven's Fifth' and 'Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels (Just Dance Version)' by Todrick Hall. Rigsby might have had a tough start, but with his first performances, the judges were glad to see how far Rigsby had come, with Goodman noting that his performance had 'whim, vigor and vitality. The judges were all praises for his freestyle, as Tonioli noted that Rigsby started off as JLO in 'Hustler' and ended as Miranda Priestly in 'Devil Wears Prada'. Rigsby bagged his first-ever perfect score of the season, pushing his total up to 76 out of 80.
Amanda Kloots and pro Alan Bersten
Total score: 78/80
Rank: 4th Place
Talk show co-host of "The Talk" Amanda Kloots and pro Alan Bersten performed a Viennese Waltz and Paso Doble fusion dance to 'Never Tear Us Apart' by Bishop Briggs and then a freestyle dance to 'A Sky Full of Stars" by Coldplay. For their fusion dance number, the judges praised the duo, although Inaba noted that Kloots was tentative at the start. The pair scored 38 out of 40, putting them in third place. The judges were awed by their second performance, with Tonioli stating that Kloots was a star reborn on the 'DWTS' stage. Kloots' emotional performance bagged her a perfect score, bumping her total to 78 out of 80.