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'Dancing With the Stars' 2014 winner revealed: Who took home the mirror ball?

Meryl Davis
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The wait is finally over to find out the winner of the mirror ball trophy on "Dancing With the Stars" 2014. On Tuesday night, it was down to just three teams. It was between Amy Purdy and Derek Hough, Mark Ballas and Candace Cameron Bure, and Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Meryl Davis for the mirror ball trophy. Viewers couldn't wait to see who won it all.

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Tonight's episode was actually three hours long. It started out showing a one hour special about their road to the finals. Then there was a big two hour finale before actually announcing the winner. Fans couldn't wait to see who pulled off the win this season. It was a great night with several performances including dancing and singing. Plus Model even shared that Amber Riley from "Glee" would perform.

They brought back the contestants who had already been sent home to perform one more time. Val and Danica were back on the dance floor again for her Disney night dance as she dressed up as Belle. A lot of the dances that aired tonight were ones we have seen before on the show this season. Cody Simpson even performed a song instead of being on the dance floor. It was over an hour into the show before they even shared who would be in third place.

It was finally announced that the couple in third place was Candance Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas. This left it to between Amy Purdy and Derek Hough and Meryl Davis and Maks Chmerokvoskiy. Fans love both of them and either one would be a great winner. It was finally announced that the winner of this season of "DWTS" is Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy!

"Dancing With the Stars" has been renewed for another season. Right now ABC is airing "The Bachelorette." Next they should have "Bachelor in Paradise" with a new season of "DWTS" sometime this fall. At this time, no stars are already picked out for it but of course they have ideas of who they want to see.

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