VIDEO: Watch Maks, Meryl & DWTS Finalists Perform on Today's GMA
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Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy were crowned the Season 18 DANCING WITH THE STARS Champions, on last night's Season Finale! This marks the first win for pro Maks, following 13 competitions on the long-running ABC series. Check out photo highlights here!
The final four couples from Season 18 appeared on this morning Good Morning America to take one final spin around the dance floor. Check out the live performances below!
The show began with a high-energy performance featuring a reunion of all 12 of this season's couples as well as the judges. The finale also featured a performance to "Livin' La Vida Loca," by Team Loca, giving viewers at home a chance to watch the routine live with Amy Purdy, as she was unable to dance during the original Team Night due to an injury. Additionally, viewers were treated to encore performances by Drew Carey and Cheryl Burketo "You Can't Sit Down," Nene Leakes to "Grown Woman" featuring six Pro Dancers, Danica McKellar and Val Chmerkovskiy to "Be Our Guest," and Charlie White and Sharna Burgess to "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious."
In the last element of competition, the couples performed a new routine as part of a "24 Hour Fusion Challenge." The remaining couples fused two contrasting dance styles that they've performed this season and had less than 24 hours to prepare that dance for judges' points.
Last season's Mirrorball Trophy winner, Amber Riley, returned as a part of Walgreens' "Dance Happy Be Healthy" performance of "Do Your Thing" plus her first single "Colorblind." The finale also featured musical performances by Christina Perri singing her ballad "Human," Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX performed their hit "Fancy," Season 18 contestant Cody Simpson treated fans to his hit "Surfboard" and Ariana Grande performed her new single "Problem."
As the judges commented on the final performance, judge Len Goodman hinted that Season 18 may be his last. A surprised Tom Bergeron quickly halted the conversation, telling Goodman he'll have a sit down on the subject with him later.