Lin-Manuel Miranda is placing his bet on Jordan Fisher for "Dancing with the Stars" season 25. In fact, the singer-composer is certain that the young talent will bring home the Mirrorball Trophy at the end of the dance competition.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday, Lin-Manuel Miranda had nothing but praise for the "Hamilton" actor for his talent and determination which earned him a perfect 30 for performing a rumba set to their collaborative song, "You're Welcome," from the "Moana" soundtrack.

'DWTS' celebrates 'Disney Night' for fifth week

Lin-Manuel Miranda said he has highs hopes that Jordan Fisher and his partner, Lindsay Arnold, will dominate this season's "Dancing With The Stars" given his unbelievable talent on the dance floor.

The 37-year-old singer-composer was also thankful that the actor had chosen to perform their song for the "Disney Night" episode on Monday. For the live performance, the "Dancing with the Stars" stage turned into a Polynesian-themed dance floor for Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold.

Their performance not only impressed the viewers, but also the three judges who were surprised when the duo incorporated non-traditional dance steps for the routine. Carrie Ann Inaba specifically commended the two for their perfect deliberation of the routine, while Bruno Tonioli dubbed their performance the modern way of dancing to a foxtrot.

Difficult rehearsal for Arnold

Meanwhile, Lindsay Arnold admitted that the rehearsal was difficult and challenging since her celebrity counterpart was aiming for perfection. Jordan Fisher, on the other hand, said both of them enjoyed the preparation for the "Disney Night" episode and thanked his partner for reminding him to loosen up.

"Unbelievable. I don't really know how to put words to the emotions," he told E! News. "My brain's just screaming right now. It felt like the best collaboration, to be honest with you. It was an amazing week."

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold are currently leading the dance competition with an average score of 25.7 points after six dance routines.

Sitting behind them are Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas with an average score of 24.7 points after the fifth week.

The "Teen Wolf" alum assured the viewers of "Dancing with the Stars" that he and his partner will continue to show improvements in the upcoming performances. He also asked the public for their votes to keep them safe from the elimination.