Four couples are left in the "Dancing with the Stars" competition, and the predictions are in about who will become the champion for Season 25. The remaining couples include Drew Scott and his partner Emma Slater, Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas, Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson, and Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold.

Unfortunately, the best dancer doesn't always win. It comes down to viewers' votes. Over the years, fans have seen some of those who have been in the lead all season end up in second or third place. Do you remember last season when David Ross, one of the worse dancers, came in second while Normani Kordei, one of the best dancers, had to settle for third place?

Hopefully, something like that won't happen this season

Why Lindsey Stirling might win

Viewers and die-hard fans have picked their favorites to win along with the reasons for their choices. Some people believe Lindsey Stirling will take home the Mirrorball trophy. Even though she has received only one perfect score all season, she stands a chance of winning with her pro partner Mark Ballas. If that's the case, Mark will add to his other two trophies from Season 6 and Season 8.

The violinist and YouTube star is the only woman left in the competition. Out of the last 24 seasons, women have won 14 times. Seven of them won when they were the only female finalist. A lot of surveys predict Lindsey will win.

Why Jordan Fisher should win

Jordan Fisher should win because he has been at the top of the leaderboard more than any other celebrity. He has shown improvement, and he is a fan favorite. He wants to win so his partner, Lindsay Arnold can be a first-time trophy winner. She has been a pro dancer for six seasons and has never won.

She did take David Ross to second place last season. Hopefully, she and Jordan will win this season.

The predictions

Drew Scott will probably be eliminated on Monday's show. It is surprising that he made it this far in the competition. He should have been eliminated weeks ago. The "Property Brothers" fan base kept him on the show all season, but he is definitely not the one to become the champion even though he thinks he has a chance of winning.

Frankie Muniz will probably get third place. He started out being the underdog with his shyness and lack of confidence, but he showed tremendous improvement during the last few weeks. He received some perfect scores that allowed him to be in the finale. However, it doesn't seem to be enough for him to become the winner.

Therefore, the odds are in favor of Jordan Fisher winning. Lindsey Stirling will come in second place, and Frankie Muniz will end up in third place. Watch the two-night finale on Monday, November 20 and Tuesday, November 21 on ABC at 8 p.m. to see if these predictions will become a reality.