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‘Dancing With the Stars’ Eliminations Season 30

Dancing With the Stars Season 30 is officially over! The show just wrapped up its final week on ABC, and a winner has! been! crowned! Keep reading to find out who won, who was eliminated, and the order of eliminations this season. Obviously it goes without saying that spoilers are in this article, byeeeee.

Week 10: Literally Everyone Except Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach!

Due to the fact that this was the finale and there could only be one winner, everyone was eliminated except for Iman and Daniella—who came in first and won this year’s Mirrorball Trophy!

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Check out their incredible winning performances:

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But of course there was still an order of eliminations:

4th place: Amanda Kloots and Alan Bersten

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3rd place: Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke

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2nd place: Jojo Siwa and Jenna Johnson

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Week 9: Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev, Suni Lee and Sasha Farber

Another week, another double elimination! This show is not pulling any punches, and unfortunately for fans, that means saying goodbye to Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev plus Suni Lee and Sasha Farber during the semifinals.

Melora and Artem were eliminated right away, despite that perfect score from last week. Suni and Sasha ended up in the bottom two couples alongside Amanda Kloots and Alan Bersten, who were number two on the leaderboard after dancing to a song by Amanda’s late husband, Nick Cordero. (Nick died in 2020 from complications related to COVID-19.)

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Some fans were not thrilled that Peloton’s Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke skirted the bottom three despite finishing at the bottom of the leaderboard slightly below Melora and Artem, but regardless, Suni’s and Melora’s eliminations mean that Cody has secured a DWTS finale spot alongside Amanda, JoJo Siwa, and Iman Shumpert!

If you want to walk back through Melora’s and Suni’s runs on the show, check out their impressive performances below.

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Week 8: Olivia Jade Giannulli and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Jimmie Allen and Emma Slater

Janet Jackson night brought a double elimination to the ballroom, and the celebs going home definitely surprised some fans!

Olivia and Valentin were the first couple sent packing when they landed in the bottom three alongside Jimmie and Emma plus Melora Hardin and Artem Chigvintsev. Melora and Artem did just earn a literal perfect score, so this was a tough bottom three to land in on a double-elimination week.

Jimmie and Emma also exited as the panel opted to keep Melora and Artem another week (which makes sense because hello, perfect score).

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If you’re hurting over Olivia’s and Jimmie’s eliminations, check out their previous performances in case you missed any of their DWTS moments:

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Week 7: Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Witney Carson

The latest Dancing With the Stars elimination is a heartbreaker because Mike “The Miz” has officially left the competition alongside his partner, Witney Carson.

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The duo had the unfortunate luck of landing in the bottom two alongside JoJo Siwa and Jenna Johnson, and the judges (who infamously haven’t agreed on other eliminations this season) were actually on the same page for once and unanimously voted to keep JoJo and Jenna instead.

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While the bad news is obviously that The Miz won’t be foxtrotting on national television in the near future, the good news is you can revisit his run on the show right here:

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Week 6: Kenya Moore and Brandon Armstrong

The stars did their best ~spooky, scary skeleton~ impressions on the dance floor for the Halloween-appropriate “horror night,” but for Kenya Moore and Brandon Armstrong, the fright was pretty real. The pair was sent home after landing in the bottom two alongside Suni and Sasha.

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When it came down to a judges vote, everyone agreed for once: Carrie Ann, Derek, and Bruno were all on the same page to save Suni, which means Kenya and Brandon have waltzed their last waltz.

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Relive Kenya and Brandon’s awesome performances to celebrate their great run on the show:

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Week 5: Melanie C and Gleb Savchenko

For the second week in a row, Dancing With the Stars pulled out a controversial rule that saw the divided panel of judges give power to Len Goodman to make a final decision about who goes home…and he picked Mel C and Gleb. The pair shared the bottom spot with Olivia and Val.

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Derek Hough wanted to save Olivia and Val, while Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli both wanted to save Mel C and Gleb. Because they couldn’t agree, Len was given the final presiding decision, and he sided once again with Derek, meaning Mel C and Gleb had to say goodbye.

Expect potential upset about all of this, especially because neither couple actually fell to the bottom of the leaderboard. (That spot goes to Iman Shumpert and Daniella Karagach with 28 points, followed by Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Witney Carson and Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke.)

It’s sad to say goodbye to Mel C, but waltz back through her impressive time on the show right here for the ~memories~.

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Week 4 Part II: Matt James and Lindsay Arnold, Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess

You didn’t really think no one was going home this week, right? While the “no elimination” feature of heroes night made for a pleasant evening, villains night predictably brought more doom and gloom in the form of not one but two actual DWTS eliminations.

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Matt James and his pro partner, Lindsay Arnold, had to kiss the show goodbye after their routines this week divided the judges, as did IRL couple Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess, who got a lot of heated feedback after their PDA-filled dance. Kenya Moore and Brandon Armstrong landed in the bottom but were ultimately spared thanks to Len.

While Brian’s elimination was based on the judges’ scores and audience votes, Matt’s came down to a pure judging panel vote…but not everyone agreed. Bruno and Carrie Ann both voted to save Matt and Lindsay, but Derek voted to save Kenya and Brandon. Because they were not unanimous, head judge Len got to make the final call, choosing to side with Derek and save Kenya and Brandon.

Sorry to all the Bachelor fans in the room, but you can relive both Matt’s and Brian’s journeys on the show by checking out videos of their performances:

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Week 4 Part I: No One…Yet!

You’re no doubt expecting an elimination after October 11’s episode, but SIKE! The Dancing With the Stars producers have other ideas.

The show is airing again tonight and after another round of performances, the combined scores will determine who gets to dance another day. Monday’s overall theme was heroes, so tonight’s will be villains.” Feels more appropriate to kiss someone goodbye on villains night, no?

As for who might be in trouble, the bottom three on the leaderboard are Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess with 25 points (the judges hated their PDA), Matt James and Lindsay Arnold above them with 26, and then Cody Rigsby and Cheryl Burke with 27.

Tune in at 8 p.m. on ABC to see if any of these couples end up waltzing away.

Week 3: Christine Chiu and Pasha Pashkov

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Christine and Pasha had to pack their bags (and on Britney night!) after dancing the paso doble to “Stronger.” (What is it with the paso dobles doing people in?)

The pair was in the bottom last week alongside Martin Kove and Britt Stewart, who went home, and this week they said goodbye while fellow bottom two couple Kenya Moore and Brandon Armstrong earned their place for next week.

It’s not how Christine wanted things to go, but if you want to relive her DWTS run, check out the videos right here:

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Week 2: Martin Kove and Britt Stewart

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Sad news: Martin Kove is officially the first celebrity to go home on this season of Dancing With the Stars. He and his partner, Britt Stewart, will be calling it after dancing the paso doble in week 1 and the cha-cha in week 2.

He and Britt were in the bottom alongside Christine Chiu and Pasha Pashkov, but the judges unanimously voted to keep the latter couple.

Bummer all around, but if you want to watch Martin and Britt’s two-week run on DWTS, check out videos of their performances:

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Week 1: No Eliminations…Yet!

Because it’s a premiere and premieres = happy times, nobody has actually gone home just yet on Dancing With the Stars. On the contrary: The entire celebrity cast and their pro dancer partners were officially introduced this week.

Check out the DWTS season 30 cast right this way:

And the pairings are right here if you missed them:

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