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‘Dancing With the Stars’ recap: Perfectly scored freestyling finale with Rumer, Riker, Noah.

There were a bunch of perfect 40s – for all three finalists’ freestyle routines – some grit (pushing through injuries), a hefty dose of emotion (Noah unleashing his vulnerability) and a truism from Len Goodman to viewers: “Don’t moan if you don’t phone.” You tell ’em, Krusty!Iraq War veteran Noah Galloway left the judges stunned during the “Dancing With the Stars” season finale Monday night, performing a dance that received a perfect 40/40 score.The waterworks really flowed on the penultimate episode of Dancing with the Stars on Monday – and the Willis family was responsible for most of tears. “I was so scared my whole life to try anything or to fail,” Willis said, her eyes welling with tears. “And you didn’t really ever let me. The competitors did two dances each, one a repeat favorite from earlier in the season and the other a much-anticipated freestyle, meant to allow the best showboating they could muster.

I’ve never really had anybody who’s believed in me like that.” Her father, actor Bruce Willis, also got a little glassy-eyed while watching his daughter perform during the finals opposite Noah Galloway and Riker Lynch. Willis’ sister Tallulah posted a picture of their emotional dad on Instagram, along with the message, “Look at this cutie tearing up from my insanely magical [sister’s] dance. We are all so proud of you Rue.” In addition to earning perfect scores on Monday, Willis danced to “Toxic,” a song she covered that featured Chmerkovskiy on the violin. PLEASE SHE HAS WORKED SO HARD. 1 (855) 234-5610 #VALENRUE Willis’ performance even inspired Ashton Kutcher, the ex-boyfriend of her mom Demi Moore, to encourage his 16.9 million followers on Twitter to vote for her. “I love and care for her abilities to too much to ever let her slide on anything,” he said. “My hardass-ness comes from that.

Often cranky Len spontaneously leaped to his feet and called the dance “swashbuckling,” “flamboyant” and “epic.” It’s no secret that Riker’s his favorite, but he could in good conscience give that number a 10. In fact, everyone did, with Julianne noting that Riker contained his sometimes over-abundant energy, and Bruno Tonioli loving how he brought the eccentricities of the character to life. Score: 40 Rumer wasn’t yet comfortable in the contest or maybe even in her own skin during the first week of “DWTS,” when she and Val did the foxtrot to Hozier’s “Take Me to Church.” So she said she was looking forward to doing it again.

Even somebody like me who has said all along Noah — as amazing and inspiring as he is — does not deserve to win a dance competition had to rethink everything. Said Len, “Your journey has been the hardest and the longest, that was amazing.” Added Carrie Ann: “There is nothing to fix about you, this is art, it is meant to inspire us and that is what you do, your movements were incredible.” Perfect 10s.

She positively glowed on that floor. “Pure ballroom bliss,” Bruno said, declaring her dancing royalty, and Carrie Ann dubbed it “poetry in motion.” Len the purist really dug it, of course, and Julianne said it was “flawless.” Score: 40 Not to keep harping on the worst day of his life or anything, but Sharna took Noah back to Christmas 2005. The routine, to the pop bootstrap anthem, “Titanium,” mashed up with Coldplay’s super sentimental “Fix You,” was really more about resilience, and it hit the mark, no doubt, with audience members who have been repeatedly voting for Noah. Rumer was graded on a curve way too many times, for instance, and both Nastia Liukin and Willow Shields went home despite stellar scores from the judges. Fox’s mainstay, “So You Think You Can Dance,” goes to great pains every season to reinforce that the winner is “America’s favorite dancer,” not “America’s best dancer.” There’s a difference. “DWTS,” for its part, has never promised to crown the best celebrity hoofer, and most viewers realize that it’s as much a popularity contest as anything. It’s probably too close to call, but I’m going to flip a coin and say Rumer will run off with the mirror ball, with Val joining big brother Maks in the winners’ circle.

Music industry heavyweight Linda Perry produced Rumer’s breathy, slow-motion version of “Toxic,” a Britney Spears hit single from 2003, and the couple crushed a blend of contemporary and Argentine tango. The contestants will fuse together two contrasting dance styles they’ve previously performed this season and come up with some hybrid – Len’s (least) favorite! – in less than a day.

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