'Dancing With The Stars' 2014 Winner: Who Came In First For Season 18?

Dancing With the Stars season 17 awarded the Mirror Ball Trophy to Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

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On Monday night, the last four competitors participated in two different dances - a Judges' Choice and a Freestyle routine. Following the elimination of James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd, the remaining three pairs took on the 24-Hour Fusion Challenge on Tuesday.

Davis, and ice dancer, and Chmerkovskiy have been dominating the charts since the start of season 17. On Monday night, the duo managed to cement their place at the top of the pack after receiving a perfect 30 for both their Argentine tango and their freestyle routine. In their final performance, Davis and Chmerkovskiy snagged yet another 30 for their foxtrot/cha-cha-cha fusion.

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Amy Purdy, a paralympic snowboarder, and Derek Hough came in second overall following a nearly flawless run on Monday night. Unlike Davis and Chmerkovskiy, Purdy and Hough failed to score two 30s before heading into the 24-Hour Fusion Challenge. Instead, the duo only received a 29 for their freestyle but still managed to grab a 30 for their salsa. Purdy and Hough's Argentine tango and cha-cha-cha combination also provided them with another perfect score.

Full House's Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas were unlucky enough to come in third. The pair often found themselves as the week's lowest scorers, and the two-night finale proved no different. After receiving a 27 and 24 on Monday night, the duo went on to garner another 27 for their samba/quickstep fusion routine on Tuesday.

Watch Davis and Chmerkovskiy final performance and winning moment in the videos below.

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