It is down to the wire for the final four couples on "Dancing with the Stars" Season 23. After the finale on Monday night, one couple will be eliminated. The other three couples will be contenders for the Mirror Ball Trophy on Tuesday night. Let's see what the couples are expected to do during the two-night finals.

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Monday night

The finale begins on Monday at 8 p.m on ABC with the final four couples. Each couple will perform two dances. One is a Redemption Dance they have already done. They will get a chance to get the same score they received the first time or a higher score the second time around. Hopefully, they won't get a lower score than the first time.

The second dance is the all-time favorite Freestyle. This dance has no rules. Couples can make up any dance they feel will get a high score from the judges and lot of viewers' votes.

'Dancing With the Stars' Finale - Photo: Blasting News Library - go.com
'Dancing With the Stars' Finale - Photo: Blasting News Library - go.com

At the end of these two dances, one couple will be eliminated just one night short of going into the finals on Tuesday night. No matter how well the couples perform on Monday night, the elimination is based on scores from last week's semi-finals. Head judge Len Goodman will be back to judge Monday night dances.

The Redemption Dances include the Paso Doble for Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy. James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess will dance the Foxtrot.

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Calvin Johnson and Lindsay Arnold will attempt to redeem themselves by performing a Viennese Waltz. Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko are not allowed to perform their shower dance again. However, they will dance the tango. We will have to see what the Freestyle Dances will be.

Tuesday night

The last show of the season is on Tuesday night starting at 9 p.m. There will be performances by celebrity singers who were eliminated earlier in the season. Andy Grammer, Vanilla Ice, and Babyface will perform songs.

The three remaining couples will compete for more points with the 24-Hour Fusion Challenge, and one will be named the winner at the end of the show. Who will be the winner to take home the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy? Watch "Dancing With The Stars" finale on Tuesday, November 22 to find out.

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