Dancing With the Stars Finale: Who Should Win the Season 17 Mirrorball Trophy?
And then there were four. After 10 grueling weeks of jumping, jiving, and judging, Dancing With the Stars has narrowed down the competition to just a few final contestants: Corbin Bleu, Jack Osbourne, Amber Riley, and Bill Engvall. On Monday, Nov. 25, each of the wannabe champions will have one last chance to dominate the dance floor before one of them is awarded the coveted Mirrorball Trophy on Tuesday's season 17 finale.
High School Musical alum Bleu, 24, has been consistently good all season, thanks at least in part to pro Karina Smirnoff. The couple have had two perfect-scoring routines to date -- a Jazz and a Rumba in weeks eight and nine. "We've come up with some very strong performances...so there's definitely pressure to go out there and have a big finish," he told Access Hollywood of the finale.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne's 28-year-old son, meanwhile, is glad just to have made it this far, especially considering the difficulties he's had because of his multiple sclerosis. That said, he and partner Cheryl Burke -- a two-time Mirrorball champ -- have had a couple of really strong nights. They scored 29 out of 30 twice, for their Viennese Waltz and Argentine Tango.
"I'm excited," Osbourne told Access Hollywood. "For me, just going the distance is winning enough. Would I like to win the Mirrorball? Absolutely -- it would be like the best thing ever!"
Glee alum Riley, 27, no doubt agrees. She and pro Derek Hough have been on top more often than not and have never scored lower than a 24. Like Osbourne, though, she's focused more on the journey than the destination. "This experience taught me so much...Just pushing through it has really made me a stronger person," she said. "I really have enjoyed doing this, and if I won, it would just be a cherry on top."
Last but not least is comedian Engvall, 56. Engvall and partner Emma Slater are fan favorites, but a win for them would be a major upset. Their highest score is a 24 -- but Engvall is staying positive. "It's just been a wonderful, wonderful journey and a wonderful experience," he gushed to Access Hollywood. "We got a shot at this."
Tell Us: Who should win the Mirrorball on this season of DWTS?