"Dancing With The Stars" 2016 will crown its champion Nov. 22 on ABC, but not before the final four couples still alive in the hunt for the shiny Mirrorball Trophy hit the ballroom to perform their final routines of the season for America's votes. Here's a glance at what fans can expect from the action-packed two-night "DWTS" season 23 finale, according to spoilers posted by Just Jared Jr. on Nov. 17.

'DWTS' 2016 finale: Night one

On Monday, the four pairs still in contention will perform two different dances each: a Redemption routine and an action-packed, no-holds-barred freestyle number for fan votes and scores from the full "DWTS" season 23 judging panel: Bruno Tonioli, Julianne Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, and Len Goodman, who will return to the panel following a break.

The Redemption Round assignments, songs, and original scores received are:

  • Former NFL wide receiver Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold, Viennese waltz to "I Am Your Man" (original score: 32/40)
  • IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess, foxtrot to "It Had to Be You" (original score: 31/40)
  • Singer and actress Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko, tango to "Stay the Night" (original score: 29/40)
  • Olympic medalist Laurie Hernandez and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, paso doble to "Wicked Ones" (original score: 25/30)

The musical selections for the "Dancing with the Stars" 2016 finale freestyle numbers include:

  • Calvin and Lindsay, medley of "Please Mr. Postman" and "I Want You Back"
  • James and Sharna, "Beethoven's 5 Secrets"
  • Jana and Gleb, "Unstoppable"
  • Laurie and Val, "Brand New"

Shortly before Monday night's episode concludes, one of the four pairs will be eliminated, leaving just three to take part in Tuesday's finale.

The final three face off one last time

Although the Nov. 22 "DWTS" season 23 grand finale will feature plenty of guest appearances including performances by show alums Andy Grammer and Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, as well as a sneak peek at this winter's "Dancing with the Stars: Live! We Came to Dance" tour, the top three won't be able to rest on their laurels, as each will perform one last time for judges' scores.

The very last round of ballroom competition will see them taking part in the 24-hour fusion challenge, which will require them to merge two very different dance styles into a single routine.

Will James Hinchcliffe, Laurie Hernandez, Calvin Johnson Jr. or Jana Kramer win "Dancing with the Stars" 2016? Vote for your favorites on Monday night, and then catch the finale to learn the final results.