The 32nd season of “Dancing With the Stars” has been an exciting ride full of heartfelt moments, stunning acts, and tough competition. As fans eagerly watched the grand finale, there was a lot of excitement in the air. The champion who would win the coveted Len Goodman Mirrorball Trophy would finally be shown after weeks of hard work, commitment, and stunning routines. tvacute will look more closely at the best performances of the season and, most importantly, the winner who danced their way to victory in this piece.
A Look Back at Season 32 of Dancing With the Stars
The 32nd season of “Dancing With the Stars” was the best. The competition hit its peak when five talented couples competed on the dance floor, showing off their skills, charm, and how well the celebrities and their professional partners got along. Everything about each episode, from the opening song with all the couples to the fast-paced freestyle rounds, showed how talented and dedicated the contestants were.
The December 5 finale was a three-hour extravaganza that included the last acts, special moments, surprise guests, and the award announcement that everyone was looking forward to. Judges Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Bruno Tonioli, along with hosts Alfonso Ribeiro and Julianne Hough, made sure the night would be one to remember.
Who Won ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Season 32??
A fierce fight on the dance floor ended with one couple being named “Dancing With the Stars” Season 32 champions. Xochitl Gomez and her professional partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, won the Len Goodman Mirrorball Trophy. Chmerkovskiy’s third win solidified his reputation as a dance floor master with this victory.
There was a lot of competition, and Alyson Hannigan, Ariana Madix, Charity Lawson, Jason Mraz, and Xochitl Gomez all did great. Each couple brought their best, and the judges and crowd were blown away by their skill, emotion, and showmanship.
Xochitl Gomez and Val Chmerkovskiy’s performance to “Que Calor” by District 78 in the freestyle round wowed the judges and earned them a lot of applause. Their total score for the finale was an amazing 120, which shows how well they worked together and how well they executed the tasks.
One of the best performances was Jason Mraz‘s double-duty show, in which he danced twice and played his hit song “I Feel Like Dancing.” The variety and creativity of this season were shown by Ariana Madix’s samba to “Spice Up Your Life” by Spice Girls and Charity Lawson’s tango to “Libertango” by Astor Piazzolla.
As the confetti fell and cheers broke out, the Season 32 finale was a celebration of dance, skill, and the competitors’ unbreakable spirit. The trip wasn’t just about getting a trophy; it was also about how much fun it is to dance and how friends can be made on the dance floor.
In the end, Season 32 of “Dancing With the Stars” will be known as a great time in the show’s history, with a great cast, electrifying performances, and the winners who deserved it. This season is made more meaningful by the Mirrorball Trophy, which is given to honor the life and work of Len Goodman. It reminds us that all good things must end, but the magic of dance lives on.