Season 30 of Dancing with the Stars has come to an end.
The season finale, which aired on Monday, November 22, saw four pairs compete but only one could be crowned the mirrorball champions.
Each pair was tasked with performing a fusion first. They had to take two different dance styles and combine them into one routine.
Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke were given four nines by the judges after they combined the cha cha with a paso doble. The duo scored a perfect 40 for their freestyle dance later in the evening.
Shumpert and Karagach won the mirrorball trophy with Siwa and Johnson coming in second place. Rigsby and Burke came in third place followed by Kloots and Bersten.
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It was a historic season as Shumpert is the first NBA star to win the dance competition. Siwa and Johnson were the first-ever same-sex pair to compete on the show.
Derek previously weighed in one who he thought could take home the trophy. "You know, it’s tough! Everybody says, 'Oh, come on!' But it actually is. For instance, JoJo — she was in the top all season, and then she was in the bottom two. Iman is my favorite one even though his scores have been the lowest accumulatively," the 36-year-old told OK!.
The judge told OK! that he did not have a preference for a winner. "I am rooting for everyone," he said. "I think they are all deserving in their own way, they really are. I would be happy with anybody taking home the mirrorball at this point — any of them."