Dancing With the Stars season 32 came to an end on Tuesday night, December 5.
The finale night was concluded after crowning Xochitl Gomez and Val Chmerkovskiy the winner of the season.
The front runners took home the coveted Len Goodman Mirrorball trophy after various spectacular performances throughout the competition.
The final night of season 32 commenced with an opening performance from all the couple’s which have been a part of the show including the eliminated ones.
The opening rendition featured five finalists dancing to the beats of Candi Staton’s Young Hearts Run Free including Barry Williams, Mauricio Umansky, Lele Pons, Harry Jowskly, Mira Sorvino and more.
In the final battle for the trophy each couple has to give two performances; a redemption dance–one of their past routines which they struggled to do– and a freestyle.
Gomez, 17, paired with her 20-year senior Chmerkovskiy, 37, opted to do a foxtrot on the song Unconditionally by Katy Perry.
The pair bagged full score from the judges, 30/30
As for the second dance routine, the actress, debuted her professional career with Raven’s Home star and Ukrainian-American dancer did freestyle to Que Calor.
Their performance to District 78 tune garnered them a score of 30/30.
Earlier in an interview with PEOPLE, the Ursa Major actress shared, “Val makes a very good teacher.”
She added, “He knows when I’m having a hard time, and so he kind of balances it out and doesn't tell me ‘Okay, we've got to do it again and again and again,’”
“If I've had enough, he'll be like, ‘Okay, let's take a minute. Let's take that time,’” Gomez said.
During the same interview Val said to the outlet, “We're excited about what we're doing,” adding, “That's how you get through it. We love this thing.”
Sure enough their teamwork paid off as dancing duo emerged as Dancing with the Stars season 32 victors.