Dancing With The Stars awards mirrorball trophy in finale

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The pair of Jennings and Slater barely edged out the combination of former Chicago Cubs catcher and current ESPN analyst David Ross and Lindsay Arnold for the victory.

However, the biggest shock of the night came as Normani was announced as the third-place victor, vaulting David all the way into second place.

Ross' 8-year-old son Cole channeled "Dancing with the Stars" judge Len Goodman in delivering a brutally honest assessment of his dad's dancing abilities. Kordei was the judges' darling all season.

Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei tackled the Quickstep for their redemption dance.

He joined Donald Driver, who played at Alcorn State before his National Football League career, as a former FCS player to win on "Dancing with the Stars".

Finally, Rashad and Emma's fusion of the cha cha and tango brought a score of 39 and in spite of the praise from the judges, it looked at that moment that Normani Kordei was certain to win. I don't know if [cameras] caught my face or not, but I literally can not believe it at all. "I'm not even so concerned with the scores, and it did feel great".

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"It could be us. I don't know what's about to happen but I had a ball throughout this entire show", he said.

She pointed out that Jennings "killed it" and added, "I'm proud of him - he worked his butt off!"

Jennings said he and Ross had both thought early on that it would be all women in the finale, and were stunned to be the last two stars left standing.

Jennings stressed that fact that, "There are no losers here at all".

David Ross and Lindsay Arnold and the ensemble perform a baseball-themed freestyle Monday night on "Dancing with the Stars". "I felt like I was a victor when they announced I was going to the finals". "When we heard that we were not the third place couple, I'm not going to lie - I don't want to say shocked, because it doesn't surprise me that people love this guy - but it was a little bit shocking", she told Us. In fact, having played for the Jaguars and Raiders before going to NY, this past season's wild card loss to the Green Bay Packers was his first playoff game since entering the NFL.