What happens during the Dance with the Stars final? Dance styles, songs and couples remaining

GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan (WOTV) – What happens during the season finale of Dancing with the stars? Who dance styles and songs will each pair of pro-dancers and celebrities face off against? Which couple will be crowned the next DWTS champion and win the mirror ball trophy? All our unanswered questions will finally be answered in the season finale of the successful dance competition, aired at 8 p.m. on Monday November 22 on My ABC WOTV4.

We are going to have a blast on the final evening! ABC recently announced what was to come. Take a peek as you read the synopsis and watch an episode preview in the video player below.

“The 15 season 30 celebrities will return to the ballroom to dance an opening number all together, performing BTS’s hit song “Dynamite”, and choreographed by two-time Emmy® Award-winning choreographer Tessandra Chavez. Professional dancers from Season 30 will come together to dance to “Pour Some Sugar On Me” by Def Leppard. Additionally, the finale will feature special performances by Melanie C who will return to sing “2 Become 1” from the Spice Girls, and recent CMA Award winner Jimmie Allen will also perform her single “Good Times Roll”.

For their first round dances, the finalist couples will each combine two dance styles into a single routine for a fusion dance. For the second and final round, the couples will perform the most anticipated dance of the season, the fan favorite Freestyle.

Who will win? Lock your votes!

Fans of the show will be able to vote during the live broadcast of the show in EST / CST time zones via abc.com and SMS / text. (Note: To be clear, fans from any time zone in the United States can vote, as long as they vote in the live show window.) Votes from live viewers will be combined with judges’ scores for determine the final Season 30 standings and which finalist pair will become the Season 30 Mirrorball Champions, ”ABC said.

The couples (along with their dance styles and songs) are as follows:

Jojo Siwa & Jenna Johnson

(ABC / Christopher Willard) JENNA JOHNSON, JOJO SIWA

Popstar and dancer JoJo Siwa and pro Jenna Johnson will perform a Tango and Cha Cha fusion dance on “I Love It” by Icona Pop feat. Charli XCX; then a freestyle dance on “Born This Way” by Lady Gaga.

Iman Shumpert & Daniella Karagach

(ABC / Christopher Willard) IMAN SHUMPERT, DANIELLA KARAGACH

NBA basketball star Iman Shumpert (“We Got Love Teyana and Iman”) and pro Daniella Karagach will perform a Cha Cha and Foxtrot fusion dance on “September” by Earth, Wind & Fire; then a freestyle dance on a medley of “Lose Control” by Missy Elliot feat. Ciara & Fat Man Scoop and “Bounce” by DJ Clent.

Amanda Kloots & Alan Bersten

(ABC / Christopher Willard) AMANDA KLOOTS, ALAN BERSTEN

“The Talk” talk show co-host Amanda Kloots and pro Alan Bersten will perform a Viennese Waltz and Paso Doble fusion dance on Bishop Briggs’ “Never Tear Us Apart”; then a freestyle dance on “A Sky Full of Stars” by Coldplay.

Cody Rigsby & Cheryl Burke

(ABC / Christopher Willard) CODY RIGSBY, CHERYL BURKE

Celebrity fitness guru Cody Rigsby and pro Cheryl Burke will perform Paso Doble and Cha Cha fusion dance on En Vogue’s “Free Your Mind”; then a freestyle dance to a medley of “Beethoven’s Fifth” and “Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels (Just Dance Version)” by Todrick Hall.

Find all the action and results on Monday, November 22 at 8 p.m. on My ABC WOTV4!

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