Ally Brooke Speaks Out On Twitter After Third-Place Finish On ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Finale

Eric McCandlessABC

Singer Ally Brooke took to Twitter to speak out after her third-place finish on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars as the show closed out Season 28 with a nail-biting finale that showed off some of the most innovative dances in the show’s recent history.

The singer revealed on the social media site that she “gained so much” from her time on the reality dance competition series and was thankful for the experience.

Ally also applauded her professional partner Sasha Farber, whom she called “remarkable” and stated, “you changed my life.” She thanked the dance pro for being the best partner she could have ever dreamed of, and noted she could not applaud him enough for his brilliance and incredible spirit.

Fans of the former Fifth Harmony singer commented positively following Ally’s statements, claiming she did a wonderful job as a part of the cast and wished her well moving forward.

“U may not have gotten first but u showed ur dedication n skill and achieved the most points out of any team this season! I’m so proud of u. u couldn’t have done any better u should be proud too,” said one Twitter fan of the post below, which featured part of a video from Ally and Sasha’s freestyle.

“You came out of this a Stronger, Confident young Woman and I’m So Proud of you!! You faced off against you’re insecurities & showed the haters that you don’t give a Damn!! You Slayed the dance floor every week & led the scoreboard! You’re My Winner Ally I Love You,” said another Twitter fan of the “No Good” singer.

Sasha responded with his own words of encouragement on Twitter about his journey as Ally’s partner on the ABC dance series.

Ally and Sasha performed two dances in the finale. One was a repeat of a popular dance they performed earlier in the season, a Week 4 jive set to the iconic 1971 Ike and Tina Turner tune, “Proud Mary,” which earned a 30 out of 30 from the judges.

For the couple’s freestyle, Farber packed in lots of lifts and dance steps to a choreographed number for Gloria Estefan & The Miami Sound Machine’s “Conga,” which was applauded by the judges even though the twosome had some shaky moments in the execution of some of the more difficult tricks in the routine.

For their efforts, the duo left the competition with a total overall score of 60 — 30 for their jive and 30 for the freestyle.