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‘Dancing With The Stars’ Crowns A New Winner!

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May 22 2018, Updated 2:08 p.m. ET

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Dancing with the Stars crowned its 26th winner last night in its first ever all-athletes edition of the popular reality competition program. Did figure skaters Adam Rippon, Tonya Harding or NFL player Josh Norman take home the coveted mirrorball trophy Monday night? 

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In the end, Olympic Bronze Medalist Adam Rippon pulled out the win with his partner Jenna Johnson!

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And Jenna is now one for two on DWTS! She won her first ever competition after only being on the show for two seasons.

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Adam spoke with OK! exclusively last month about going into DWTS quite worried and unsure of how he will do on the dance floor. “You know, I am a performer, but attached to my ankles I unfortunately have two sloppy, floppy biscuits,” he said. “Wet ones. The antibacterial wipes, that’s what attached to my ankles… nothing.”

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Turns out those “sloppy, floppy biscuits” did well enough to earn him the mirrorball trophy on Monday night. He shared a photo with Jenna on his Instagram after they won, with the caption "MIRROR BALL CHAMPS!!!”

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Tonya, who has been experiencing a career resurgence due to the Oscar-winning movie I, Tonya, received a ton of support during her time on DWTS, notably from Allison Janney, who showed up for a taping of the show back in April. The former West Wing star won an Oscar for her performance as Tonya’s mother. 

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Margot Robbie, who played the former figure skater in the movie, also shared some words of encouragement about her as well.

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Are you happy with who won DWTS? Sound off in the comments. 

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