Dancing With The Stars Season 27 Winner Announced

Dancing with the Stars finale happened on Monday and now, we have a new Dancing with the Stars champion, Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess! Here are the details.

2018 Dancing With The Stars Winner

On Monday’s live finale of the truth dancing rivalry arrangement, the four outstanding couples — Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten, Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess, Milo Manheim and Witney Carson, and Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe — clashed as they sought the Mirrorball Trophy.

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The finalists performed two dances on the finale: first, their most vital number from the season and second, a free-form for judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, and Bruno Tonioli.

While it was a tight rivalry, the radio show has Bones, 38, was proclaimed the season 27 victor.




In the wake of being named the champ, Bones stated,

“Thank you to the people, thank you to Sharna for making all this possible.”

“You are, in very true words, the people’s champion my friend,” said co-have Tom Bergeron.

Notwithstanding observing this present season’s big-name competitors come back to the dance floor, gatherings of people were additionally treated to live melodic exhibitions from Robin Thicke, Avril Lavigne, Lauren Daigle, and Dan + Shay amid the scene.

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In front of the 2018 CMA Awards on Wednesday, PeopleTV talked with Burgess and Bones.

“I don’t want to change any of Bobby’s quirks,” Burgess, 33, said of the on-air radio character. “I think all of them make him awesome right down to when he dances with his mouth wide open and with his eyes looking up to the sky.”

“I’m not the best dancer, It’s all [Sharna], I just hold on tight.” the Bobby Bones Show have included.

In spite of the fact that DWTS season 27 is finished, this won’t be the last time that Bones performs for groups of onlookers!

ABC reported on Monday evening that Bones — close by individual DWTS candidates Juan Pablo Di Pace, Joe Amabile, Mary Lou Retton, John Schneider, and Manheim — has united the Dancing with the Stars: Live! A Night to Remember visit, which starts Dec. 15.

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