"Dancing with the Stars" will announce the winner of the Mirror Ball trophy on Tuesday, May 23 during Season 24's finale. Three couples want to win, but only one will become the champion. On Monday night, the couples performed two dances, including the viewers' favorite freestyle where there were no rules.

Predictions for Season 24

Judges' scores from Monday night will be added to Tuesday night's judges' scores. Viewers will not vote on Tuesday night. However, viewers' scores from Monday night and from last week will be added. Therefore, it will be a combination of two sets of judges' scores and two sets of viewers' scores.

The champion will be determined by the highest total of all those scores.

First, second, or third place?

Based on the judges' scores during the season, David Ross, 40, will probably come in third place. Still, it will be an honor because no one expected him to make it that far. His partner, Lindsay Arnold, 23, did a fantastic job choreographing their dances throughout the season.

It is hard to predict who will come in first and second because it is so close between Normani Kordei and Rashad Jennings. Rashad reported that he has come close to winning so many times in the past, but he has never won anything. He told his partner that he has never won a playoff game or a championship.

The 32-year-old football running back worked really hard on his two dances on Monday night and received two perfect scores, his first ones of the season.

Rashad choreographed his own freestyle dance. He and Emma danced to Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk" that was a Super Bowl halftime performance. Everyone loved it, including head judge Len Goodman. He said he loved it even though he didn't understand the words of the song. It was fast paced with lots of energy. Rashad had said earlier that the person who does well on the freestyle will probably win.

He just might be right.

If Rashad wins, that means Normani Kordei, the 20-year-old singer of "Fifth Harmony" will come in second. She did well all season with partner Val Chmerkovskiy, and her freestyle dance was excellent. Her total score was 78 out of 80. Jennings' score was just two points higher.

If Normani and Val win, it will be the 31-year-old's second championship in 12 seasons. If Rashad and Emma win, it will be the 28-year-old's first championship in seven seasons. Watch the finale and the announcement of the champions on ABC on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m.