Meet Jamie Boyd, Noah Galloway’s fiancee and No. 1 fan on ‘Dancing with the …

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TV highlights: ‘Dancing With the Stars’ crowns a new winning couple on the Season 20 finale.

Either Noah Galloway, Riker Lynch or Rumer Willis will walk away with the coveted mirror-ball trophy and the title of “Dancing With the Stars” Season 20 champion during Monday’s live finale event. Britt Nilsson and Kaitlyn Bristowe learn who is staying and who is going home as the men’s decision is revealed on “The Bachelorette” (ABC at 8 p.m.).The Dancing with the Stars contestant – who’s set to compete in the finals Monday and Tuesday on ABC – was gifted a motorcycle after he told PEOPLE that he wanted one to go with his new leather jackets from Kenneth Cole.

And while there are still a few more tangos to go until hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announce the winner, let’s look back at the final trio’s finest moments from the ballroom. KSTP, Ch. 5 Few journalism organizations have done more to investigate the CIA’s interrogation tactics than “Frontline.” In this edition, the team looks at secrets, politics and torture. 9 p.m.

Two back-to-back episodes of “Hell’s Kitchen” (Fox at 8) have the final seven chefs competing in a lightning-fast steak challenge before pairing up for a “Taste It and Make It” round. The 33-year-old Army veteran, who just got engaged last week on the ABC show, posted a picture of himself straddling a new Harley Davidson on Instagram. “Yesterday got a call from @harleydavidson,” he wrote. “They felt bad that I wasn’t able to get a motorcycle because I bought my beautiful fiancé a ring instead. But for Rumer Willis, she and partner Val Chmerkovskiy were eager to make a major first impression by trying their hand at the fox trot to Hozier’s “Take Me to Church.” After blowing away the judges, the “House Bunny” starlet made it to the top of the scoreboard with 32 points. FINALE WATCH: Already renewed for its second season, “The Flash” (CW at 8) wraps up its first with Wells presenting Barry with a life-altering choice. The R5 singer spiced things up in Week 3, as he and partner Allison Holker’s salsa earned a score of 34, to the tune of Daddy Yankee’s “Limbo.” And the award for the sexiest number of the night goes to . . .

FINALE WATCH: Before the winner of the eighth season of “The Voice” (NBC at 9) is revealed, viewers are treated to performances from Maroon 5, Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson, John Fogerty, Meghan Trainor and Ed Sheeran. Army vet and double-amputee Noah Galloway may encounter the most physical challenges on “DWTS,” but you would never know it because of his can-do attitude and immense determination. Hosted by the network’s Jake Tapper, “CNN Special Report: David Letterman Says Goodnight” (CNN at 9) looks back at Letterman’s tenure as a host and examines how he redefined the talk-show genre. “Frontline” (MPT and WETA at 10) examines the CIA’s controversial interrogation methods via recently declassified documents and interviews CIA insiders on the special “Secrets, Politics and Torture.” One of the Internet’s favorite shows, “Inside Amy Schumer” (Comedy Central at 10:30), has Schumer in a beauty pageant, a situation ripe with possibilities for social commentary. Actors Jamie Foxx and Carla Gugino are on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC at 11:35), with a musical performance from Foxx and Kid Ink. He was his first guest and now he’s one of his last — actor Bill Murray stops by “Late Show With David Letterman” (CBS at 11:35) for what is perhaps his last appearance, with musical guest and legend Bob Dylan.

For their Week 5 performance, Rumer and Val danced a seductive samba to “Poor Unfortunate Souls” from “The Little Mermaid.” The judges agreed that Ursula has never looked so good, awarding the pair a whopping score of 39. Galloway also plans to start using a prosthetic arm, even though he tried one – but ultimately scuttled it – on DWTS. “I do see myself wearing it,” Galloway told PEOPLE. “I said that, if I make it so far into the show, I was going to buy a motorcycle.

As the “Pirates of the Caribbean” figurehead, Riker took leading lady Allison by the hand as the pair spun a paso doble to the movie’s theme song. The pair sizzled onstage as they performed a flirtatious rumba to Doris Day’s “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps.” Of all the performances this season, Riker and Allison’s contemporary piece to Hozier’s “Work Song” in Week 9 is a must-see.

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