Who Won "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 Finale?

39;Dancing With the Stars' 2016 comes down to the season finale

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT 'Dancing With the Stars' 2016 comes down to the season finale none

On Tuesday night, Dancing With The Stars crowned its Season 22 winners: model Nyle DiMarco and his professional dance partner, Peta Murgatroyd.

Matlin, who is also deaf, competed on season 6 of "DWTS" and showed solidarity toward DiMarco by attending the finale - sporting a Nyle T-shirt and all. She signed. She thanked Nyle for showing us his handsome heart when he danced.

In third were "Good Morning America's" Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee and her pro partner, Val Chmerkovskiy. Ballas was celebrating his 30th birthday.

Nyle DiMarco never thought he'd be dancing, nevermind winning Dancing with the Stars.

"I've talked to Paige throughout this process and she loves to fight", Faber told MMAjunkie recently. The finalist couple Nyle DiMarco and his partner Peta Murgatroyd took the Mirror Ball trophy home by beating all the odds. Because at the end of the two-hour live show, they beat out the other two contestants, Ginger Zee, and Paige VanZant, to be presented with the coveted Mirrorball Trophy.

"Whatever Peta does and shows me how to dance, I'm able to pick up all those small, little details", he said.

Whilst judge Len Goodman added: "The only boundaries are the ones we put on ourselves". The competition was, to say the least, hot.

Fleur East performed "Sax" as Kim Fields and Sasha Farber danced with the "Dancing with the Stars" female pro dancers. Then Ginger and Val delivered an encore of their Argentine Tango that landed them an ideal score during the season.

DiMarco dedicated his win to the deaf community. However, she fought through the pain and managed to pull out two excellent performances that earned her and Chmerkovskiy a combined score of 58 out of 60. "I think an older girl would be more responsible" with a younger sibling. This particular performance received an ideal score from all three judges and brought them to tears. Paige VanZant and Mark Ballas gave us a Jive and Salsa performance that also scored an ideal 30!

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