Season 23 on “Dancing With The Stars” has been an amazing year with many talented pros and stars in the competition. As the weeks progress, everyone seems to improve tremendously while some great friendships and bonds are created. Now that we are in the finals, three very deserving teams are fighting to the finish that includes Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold, James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess and Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy. Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko were among the top four and all were surprised when they had to say goodbye in last night’s show.

Now the question is, out of the three amazing and remaining stars, who will walk away with the Mirror Ball trophy? Let’s look at the teams.

Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold

Calvin has come a long way from week one on DWTS and most viewers and the judges were surprised and proud to see his improvement. In fact, comments were made that Calvin was the star with the most improvements and it shows since he is among the top three. He performed a memorable freestyle dance with his amazing partner, Lindsay Arnold although it is feared he may be just a bit short in taking the trophy.

James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess

Sharna has had her difficulties this year with her knee injuries but is thrilled to be with James to take him through to the Mirror Ball trophy. James and Sharna have had awesome chemistry on the dance floor from day one. Throughout the season, this team had some perfect scores to make him a runner for the prize. After his emotional freestyle, James proves that he is a serious contender and favored as a top finalist.

Laurie Hernandez and Val Chmerkovskiy

James and Sharna may seem to have it in the bag but Laurie and Val are still going to be extremely hard to beat. Laurie is such a sweet young lady who is adamant about learning whatever she can to succeed. Val has gotten emotional throughout the process because he wants to win this season for this young lady.

All three teams on DWTS show they are serious in their goals to walk away with the trophy and that is evident in the significant improvement all have shown since the first week.

No matter who is left standing as the winning team, these stars and pros have shown that they all merit to win the Mirror Ball trophy. It will indeed be a very close race and all teams are very deserving.

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