'Dancing With the Stars' 2013 Finale Season 17 Winner Predictions: Amber Riley, Corbin Bleu or Jack Osbourne? [VIDEO]

The season 17 cast of Dancing With the Stars has reduced to only three celebrities left, and each of them want a shot at the Mirrorball Trophy on Tuesday's finale.

Monday night's episode of Dancing With the Stars eliminated fan favorite Bill Engvall and his partner Emma Slater, meaning that three couples will be in the running to win Dancing With the Stars Tuesday night.

Glee actress Amber Riley and her partner Derek Hough started off with the highest score in Week 1 and have consistently been at or near the top of the leaderboard throughout season 17. They also received the highest scores from the judges on Monday night's performance finale. With Riley's Glee fanbase behind her, in addition to her great dancing skills, she is likely the top contender to win Dancing With the Stars this season.

High School Musical star Corbin Bleu and his partner Karina Smirnoff have impressed the judges and the public throughout the season. Judge Bruno Tonioli has compared his dancing to the famed choreographer Bob Fosse and Carrie Ann Inaba praised one of his dances as the best she'd seen in all 17 seasons of Dancing With the Stars. They will be neck-in-neck with Riley and Hough for the Mirrorball Trophy.

Reality star Jack Osbourne and his partner Cheryl Burke have steadily improved with each week of competition. They were near the middle of the pack through most of the first half of the season but Osbourne's skills have improved so much that they are now dark horse contenders to take home the trophy.

At this point, the most logical winners seem to be Riley and Hough, with Bleu and Smirnoff taking second place and Osbourne and Burke finishing third. However, in a season full of unpredictable results, anything could happen.


Dancing With the Stars airs its finale on Tuesday at 9 p.m. on ABC.

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