The "Dancing With The Stars" season 17 finale took place on Tuesday, Nov. 26, and one out of three celebrity finalists was awarded the mirror ball trophy after 11 weeks of performances. Spoiler alert!
On Monday, the remaining celebrities left in the ABC ballroom competition series -- Jack Osbourne, actor Corbin Bleu and actress Amber Riley -- performed three dances with their partners, including a Samba relay and a Freestyle.
On Tuesday, the finalists performed fusion dances that were chosen for them by their fellow contestants on Monday. Find out which celebrity WON "Dancing With The Stars" below!
Amber Riley and Derek Hough won "Dancing With The Stars" season 17. The pair received a total of 94 out of 95 points for their performances on Monday and Tuesday combined.
Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff came in second place, while Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke finished third.
Riley and Hough earned a perfect 30 out of 30 for their Samba and Quickstep fusion dance on Tuesday. Read a full RECAP of Tuesday's final dances here.
This marks Hough's fifth "Dancing With The Stars" win. He previously won last season with partner Kellie Pickler, who performed in the ballroom last night (See PHOTOS of Pickler's performance here).
During Tuesday's show, Riley and Hough performed an encore of their Freetstyle performance from Monday. (Read a RECAP of Monday's pre-finale performance episode of "Dancing With The Stars.")
The season 17 finale also saw the return of eliminated contestants Keyshawn Johnson, Bill Nye, Valerie Harper, Christina Milian, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Brant Daugherty, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren, Leah Remini and Bill Engvall.
The night featured performances by Lady Antebellum, who sang their new single "Compass," and Enrique Iglesias, who performed his single "Heart Attack."
Singer Colbie Caillat also stopped by the ballroom to perform "What a Wonderful World," which Harper and her partner Tristan MacManus danced to. Ylvis performed their viral hit "The Fox" and they were accompanied by celebrity contestants Bleu, Riley, Osbourne and Daugherty and their pro partners for a super-sized version of their team routine to the song from week 7.
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