Who Won Dancing With The Stars 2018? DWTS Season 26 Winner Is...
Who Won Dancing With The Stars 2018? The DWTS Season 26 Winner Is...
Dancing with the Stars season 26 Athletes has been serving up some serious competition. The 4-week season has shown us more athleticism than we thought was possible. And now we're down to the wire with finalists Tonya Harding with pro Sasha Farber, Adam Rippon with pro Jenna Johnson, and Josh Norman with pro Sharna Burgess. So, who won Dancing with the Stars 2018? Who is the DWTS winner? While I'm personally bummed that Mirai Nagasu didn't make the finals on the hit dancing competition, we know that the finale on May 21, 2018, will be incredible.
Until the winner is announced, we have spoilers and predictions for the DTWS finale that will have you dancing all night long, regardless of if your favorite dancing pair wins. And stay tuned, we'll update as soon as we can.
Who Won DWTS Athletes 2018?
Like we mentioned before, we don't know who won Dancing with the Stars just yet. You're going to have to wait until after the season finale tonight, May 21st. The finale airs right before the American Idol finale, so you know it's going to be big. But sadly, it'll only be an hour long. So, be quick when it comes to your votes!
So, who do we think will win it all tonight?
Update: Congratulations to Adam Rippon for winning DWTS season 16!
DWTS Season 26 Finale Spoilers & Predictions
After everything that has happened on DWTS season 26, we think that it's quite possible that figure Skater Adam Rippon will win the athletes season. According to Gold Derby, Rippon is expected to win, leading with odds of 4/9. He is followed by Josh Norman with 4/1 odds and then Tonya Harding placing third with 9/1 odds.
Former contestants of DWTS have also commented on who they hope will win. In an interview with ESPN, season 8 winner Shawn Johnson stated that "Adam Rippon and [partner] Jenna Johnson will win the all-athlete season. It's a great partnership. Jenna is an incredible teacher and dancer. Their chemistry seems perfectly matched and they can win the hearts of the viewers."
Swimmer Natalie Coughlin, who was in DWTS season 9, also placed her bet on Rippon.
"Honestly, I would go with Rippon or Nagasu just because ice skating is so similar to dancing. I think with the whole athlete class it is a more leveled playing field because athletes are so trained and they push their bodies. I think that will be a really interesting twist this season," Coughlin said.
As for us? We're hoping that Rippon takes the gold this season.
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Dancing with the Stars Season 26 Finale Voting
Need to vote for your favorite Dancing with the Stars: Athletes dancer? Here's how to vote for the finale.
DWTS Season 26 Finale Performances
Tune in tonight to see the epic finale performances. We will update this post once ABC adds them to the official Youtube channel.
In the meantime, here are the performances from last week.
Tonya and Sasha
Adam and Jenna
Josh and Sharna
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