Published: Tue, May 23, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Who Will Win This Season's Dancing With The Stars?

Together with their partners, the three final dancers will have to deliver the best performance of their lives on Monday, May 22 during the Dancing with the Stars finale for Season 24.

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The unpredictability of "Dancing With the Stars" season 24 has kept fans on the edge of their seats and while majority are pointing to Kordei for the most chances in winning, another twist and surprise may happen that can boost the other two up the chart. Normani is concerned that this could prevent her from getting the mirrorball trophy. Val and Normani are placed second behind Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater on the leaderboard. That's up from last week when he had 10/1 odds (10% chance of winning).

The former New York Giants running back admits he's always been close but has never won a championship or even a playoff game. Because of his skills as a football player, Jennings had to work on his dance skills and showed improvement throughout the season.

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The pair's best dance so far was an emotionally performed Contemporary style dance.

Freestyle: "Let's Go" / "Uptown Funk" from Drumline/Mark Ronson ft. Everyone has been stating that Normani and Val are in it to win. It appears that the Fifth Harmony singer had a little stumble during the semi-finals last week.

The 2 bonded and their friendship and connection is noticeable. ordei and Chemerkovskiy's Contemporary dance was powerful and emotional. Their Jazz dance to "What a Wonderful World" was outstanding. Kordei has proven that her dance moves are just a good as her voice! Unfortunately, Normani recently suffered and ankle injury, but if she can overcome that and perform as well as she has all season, Team "Valmani" should win this season's DWTS.

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