Dancing with the stars It has a new champion!
In Monday's live final of the royal dance competition series, the four remaining pairs – Alexis Ren and Alan Bersten, Bobby Bones and Sharna Burgess, Milo Manheim and Witney Carson, and Evanna Lynch and Keo Motsepe – were head to head while competing for the Mirrorball Trophy.
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The finalists held two dances in the final: first, their most memorable number of the season and second, a free style for judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli.
Although it was a tight competition, radio presenter Bones, 38, was declared the winner of season 27.
After being named the champion, Bones said: "Thanks to the people, thanks to Sharna for making all this possible."
"You are, in truth, the champion of the people, my friend," said co-host Tom Bergeron.
In addition to seeing the famous participants of this season return to the ballroom, audiences were also able to enjoy live musical performances by Robin Thicke, Avril Lavigne, Lauren Daigle and Dan + Shay during the episode.
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Prior to the CMA 2018 Awards on Wednesday, PeopleTV spoke with Burgess and Bones.
"I do not want to change any of Bobby's quirks," said Burgess, 33, about the personality of radio on the air. "I think they all make it amazing even when they dance with their mouths open and their eyes looking up at the sky."
"I'm not the best dancer", the Bobby Bones Show host added. "That's it [Sharna], I just hold on tight "
Although DWTS Season 27 is over, it will not be the last time Bones shows up for the public!
ABC announced on Monday night that Bones, along with others DWTS the contestants Juan Pablo Di Pace, Joe Amabile, Mary Lou Retton, John Schneider and Manheim – has joined the Dancing with the stars: live! A night to remember Tour, which starts on December 15.
For more information about the tour, including professional dancers, click here.