What to Expect in the ‘DWTS’ Season 32 Finale
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As the highly anticipated finale of Dancing With The Stars Season 32 approaches, fans are buzzing with speculation about which professional dancers from past seasons may return for special performances. Which DWTS pros will likely make their highly anticipated return at the Finale? Let’s find out.
DWTS Fans Speculate on Returning Pros
Based on chatter in online fan communities like subreddit r/dancingwiththestars, viewers are hoping some fan-favorite pros will be brought back to accompany the five celebrity finalists—Jason Mraz, Ariana Madix, Charity Lawson, Xochitl Gomez, and Alyson Hannigan—as they compete for the coveted Mirrorball Trophy.
Many fans theorize that producers may bring back former pro dancers to perform with the Season 32 cast in the opening number set to “Young Hearts Run Free.” Other possibilities fans have suggested include pros returning for a special holiday-themed routine, or some making surprise guest appearances alongside celebrity judges Alfonso Ribeiro and Julianne Hough.
Pro dancers from early seasons that devoted followers would love to see return include Cheryl Burke, Karina Smirnoff, Edyta Śliwińska, and Mark Ballas. Fans are also holding out hope to see more recent pros like Sharna Burgess and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
Which professional dancers actually end up returning remains tightly under wraps. Viewers will have to tune into the action-packed DWTS Finale on December 5, at 8 pm EST to find out which pros may join the spectacular show-closing dances. The show teasers promise a thrilling and surprising finale that will culminate in the dramatic crowning of the newest Mirrorball champion.
What to Expect in The DWTS Season 32 Finale?
The supersized three-hour DWTS Season 32 finale airing on December 5, promises to be the biggest one yet. The show will feature non-stop entertainment that will fill the expanded runtime before a new Mirrorball champion is crowned.
The five celebrity finalists will each perform a redemption dance and freestyle routine as their last chance to impress judges and viewers. However, the solo dances are just the beginning of the spectacle planned for the finale.
Kicking off the event will be an opening number featuring all of the Season 32 competitors dancing together one last time to “Young Hearts Run Free.” Reigning champs Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas will also return to debut a new routine.
Jason Mraz will pull triple duty, performing his hit “I Feel Like Dancing” live while pros dance a Mandy Moore-choreographed routine. Viewers can also expect a special holiday-themed dance featuring the hosts alongside surprise guests.