Rumer And Val Win 'DWTS' Mirrorball Trophy According To Show's Insider

ABC will crown a new Dancing with the Stars champion on Tuesday night, and there is speculation that Rumer Willis and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy will win the Season 20 Mirrorball trophy.

Although Team ValenRue is up against two other couples in the finals — Noah Galloway and Sharna Burgess, and Riker Lynch and Allison Holker — an insider tells Hollywood Life that Rumer and Val will dance their way to a big win.
"The producers and crew are seeing it as a Rumer Willis win. She really has been the most consistent."
If Rumer and Val do win, it won't be because they topped the leaderboard each week. Their overall scores throughout the season were lower than one of the top contenders, Riker and Allison.
"They [Rumer and Val] are the ones to beat because every time they hit the dance floor they have such a powerful, memorable presence. They are just live wires out there and it's electrifying to see them in action. 'Passion' is a word that's used a lot for Val and it fits Rumer too."
Noah and Sharna also have a bit of an edge over Rumer, with an incredible amount of fans voting for them. Despite some viewers tweeting about the "pity votes" that got him to the finals, there is no doubt that he gained even more votes after he proposed to his girlfriend during the Week 9 Semifinals.

WetPaint's Gina Carbone also thinks Rumer Willis has what it takes to win this season's gold Mirrorball trophy, stating that she won fans over for "just being herself."

"We weren't sure she'd go too far with the core DWTS fan base, but she completely won us over just for being herself... It was clear from the start that she was a great dancer, but that alone has never been enough to win DWTS... How refreshing to see a confident woman quietly but firmly assert herself on and off the dance floor. Rumer just took us by surprise in every way."
It won't be long before viewers find out who wins, with the season coming to a close this week. The two-night Dancing with the Stars season finale begins with two rounds of dancing for each of the three couples on Monday night (8 p.m. ET), followed by the two-hour live finale on Tuesday, starting at 9 p.m. ET.

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