What time does the Season 20 DWTS finale start on Tuesday night, and how can you watch it live online? The 10th Anniversary season comes to a close on May 19, and a special golden Mirrorball trophy will be awarded to one of the three finalists – Rumer Willis, Riker Lynch, and Noah Galloway.
Watch the two-hour finale starting at 9 p.m. ET on your local ABC TV channel, or live streaming online in select cities with the free Watch ABC app on your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Live stream video service is available to viewers in New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
Dancing with the Stars fans who live in one of the cities listed above must verify that they use a paid television provider (Comcast XFINITY, Cox, DISH, AT&T U-verse, Verizon FiOS, and several others) to activate the free live stream service.
Before the Season 20 winner is announced, fans will be entertained with music and dance performances by special guests stars and contestants who were eliminated earlier in the season.
The remaining three couples will each perform a new routine to complete the final leaderboard. Rumer and Val, Riker and Allison, and Noah and Sharna were all given less than 24 hours to prepare for their “24 Hour Fusion Challenge” dances that combine two different dance styles.
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Chris Soules, Robert Herjavec, Nastia Liukin, and four other Season 20 contestants will return to the dance floor on Tuesday night for an encore performance with their partners.
According to ABC, Noah will also do a special dance with former DWTS contestant Amy Purdy, who lost her legs due to meningitis. Galloway has impressed the judges all season with his can-do attitude on the dance floor despite the fact that he lost his left arm and leg during the Iraq war.
Derek and Julianne Hough will dance to “Elastic Heart” performed live by Sia, and Jason Derulo will appear on stage to sing, “Want To Want Me.”
Tune in to ABC, or use the Watch ABC app to watch the two-hour DWTS Season 20 finale at 9 p.m. Keep up with the latest information about Tuesday night’s Dancing with the Stars finale by following the official DWTS Twitter account @DancingABC.
Which couple do you think will take home the special gold-plated Mirrorball trophy this season?