Finale night is here! The four remaining couples on season 23 of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ will dance for their lives on Monday, Nov. 21 and Tuesday, Nov. 22 — but what will they dance to? And who will perform? Here’s every single thing we know about the two-night event.
Here’s what to expect from Monday night’s party one of the Dancing with the Stars finale! Each of the four final teams will perform two dances — a Redemption Style dance and a freestyle dance. The show is from 8-10PM ET on ABC.
Laurie Hernandez and Valentin Chmerkovskiy will perform
Redemption Style: Paso Doblé to “Wicked Ones” by Dorothy
Freestyle to “Brand New” by Ben Rector
James Hinchcliffe and Sharna Burgess:
Redemption Style: Foxtrot to “It Had to Be You” by Harry Connick Jr.
Freestyle to “Beethoven’s 5 Secrets” by The Piano Guys
Calvin Johnson Jr. and Lindsay Arnold
Redemption Style: Viennese Waltz to “I Am Your Man” by Ryan Shaw
Freestyle to “Please Mr. Postman”/”I Want You Back” medley by The Marvelettes/Jackson 5
Jana Kramer and Gleb Savchenko
Redemption Style: Tango to “Stay the Night” by Zedd
Freestyle to “Unstoppable” by Sia
Additionally, Train will perform “Play That Song,” and there will be a performance from La La Land, choreographed by Mandy Moore. One team will be eliminated at the end of Monday night.
Night Two Lineup
The final three teams will return on Tuesday night — as well as a reunion of all 13 of the couples from the season. Some of the couples will recreate their most popular dances from the season, while others will sing. Vanilla Ice will perform “Ice Ice Baby; Andy Grammer will perform “Fresh Eyes,” and Babyface will perform “Winter Wonderland.” The men from the season will dance to Bruno Mars‘ “24K,” and there will be a special performance from the Dancing with the Stars: Live! We Came To Dance tour, kicking off this winter.
This year will also includes one more competition element: a “24-Hour Fusion Challenge,” with the three remaining pairs fusing two contrasting dance styles and perform it after less than 24-hours to prepare. The votes from Monday night will be combined with the judges’ scores on the challenge.
Tuesday night’s finale airs from 9-11PM ET on ABC. Who are you rooting for, HollywoodLifers?