Demi Moore and Willis Family Celebrate Rumer’s ‘DWTS’ Win!

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‘Dancing with the Stars’ crowns new champs.

Not a single result was revealed until there were only nine minutes left in the show, and that result was one that pleased us: Noah Galloway ended up in third place, right where he should have been if he had to stay in the competition longer than Nastia Liukin.LOS ANGELES – Dancing with the Stars revealed its Season 20 winning couple Tuesday, with the judges and viewer votes choosing between three finalist couples.

The finals of the ABC dancing competition came down to three celebrity-professional couples: Noah Galloway-Sharna Burgess, Riker Lynch-Allison Holker and Rumer Willis-Valentin Chmerkovskiy. That would be Rumer Willis and partner Val Chmerkovskiy, who absolutely positively deserved it, 100%, while Riker Lynch and Allison Holker landed in a completely respectable second place.

Before Dancing got around to crowning Season 20’s wining couple, however, there was nearly two hours of performance festivities along with a pivotal final competitive dance, the 24-Hour Fusion Challenge. • The finale was too big for the set, as Dancing opened up outside the studio in a parking-lot-turned-Hollywood-set. It has everything to do with just who she is.” On Good Morning America on Wednesday, Rumer said that her trophy is for “everyone who ever felt like they weren’t good enough or felt like they couldn’t accomplish something – because you can.” Added Rumer, “And even if you don’t feel like you’re beautiful every day or feel like you look right or you could do something, if you work hard and put your whole heart into it, you totally can.” Stars and pros danced short bits as the judges clinked champagne glasses from a spot above the performers. • Inside, Riker and Allison, dressed all in white down to the top hats, took to the ballroom floor with a performance reminiscent of old Hollywood, before looking more contemporary for a dance outside after the commercial break. • Redfoo, the first celebrity to be eliminated this season, moves back to his comfort zone, singing — and dancing a little — on a zebra-striped piano. • After Season 19 champ Alfonso Ribeiro returns for a short dance, host Tom Bergeron breaks some news.

Probably our favorite dance came from Julianne and Derek Hough, who danced together to a live performance of Sia’s “Elastic Heart,” and our favorite non-dance moment went to the DWTS-themed Bad Lip Dub. Ribeiro will be taking over Bergeron’s hosting duties on ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos. • Bergeron asked celeb finalist Noah Galloway, an Iraq War veterean who had an arm and leg amputated, how he came back for a resounding freestyle performance after getting low judges’ scores for Monday’s first performance. “It wasn’t me.

It was everyone involved,” he said, including his fellow competitors. “They told me to brush it off (and) kill it.” • Hunger Games star Willow Shields, whose elimination came much too early for many Dancing fans, returned for as Alice for a Wonderland-like performance. • As Sia sings, a child and an adult couple – the latter, brother and sister Derek and Julianne Hough – dance emotionally in adjacent “rooms” set up on ballroom floor. Everybody loves a good superhero show and everybody loves a good TV series revival, so it just makes perfect sense that Warburton’s zany hero will be coming back to your screens soon. Warburton, who can next be seen opposite The Good Wife and True Blood veteran Carrie Preston in NBC’s midseason comedy Crowded, will once again don the blue suit.

The judges praise them. “You really have been a beacon of inspiration for us all,” judge Bruno Tonioli tells Noah. “You are legend.” The judges’ scores: Carrie Ann Inaba: 9; Len Goodman: 9; Julianne Hough, 9: Tonioli: 9. The deal that I made with NBC was to have a carve out so I could do The Tick,” Warburton told us on the red carpet at NBC’s 2015 Upfronts. “It’s sort of a new day and age where you can do multiple projects…I said, I love this show, but I also have to have the opportunity to do The Tick because The Tick is a true love of mine and they said OK.” In September 2014, The Tick creator Ben Edlund tweeted, “Yes for now suffice it to say the dream of a new live-action Tick is being pursued with vigor #bringbackTheTick.” The Tick originally ran for nine episodes from 2001-2002.

The serie was based on Edlund’s comic book, which also spawned a cartoon series that ran from 1996-1998. “Well, I’m really looking forward to diving into this one more than any of the other shows I’ve been involved with, and the reason is that I’m integrated with the full family here. There’s a great father dynamic with Stacy Keach, a great husband-wife dynamic with Carrie Preston, [and I’ve] got these two daughters that are just super fun and amazing.

But the series, which sees two adult children and some grandparents moving into Warburton’s character’s house, isn’t as crowded as Warburton’s real life. “We’ve got 10 people living under our roof.

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