For the remaining Dancing With the Stars competitors, it's come down to this. One final week of ballroom madness and four celebs still in the hunt for the title.
After 10 weeks of pain, progress, paso dobles and stunning Dancing with the Stars results, it's Corbin Bleu, Jack Osbourne, Bill Engvall and Amber Riley.
Those four had one last chance to wow the judges on Monday with three routines: one judges' pick, one samba relay and the always-popular freestyle.
One star was eliminated at the end of the show, while three remaining couples will perform a fusion dance before a winner is crowned on Tuesday night.
So who's in and who's out?
Amber Riley, after two 30s, was announced as moving to the finale. No surprise there. Ditto Corbin Bleu. So it came down to Jack and Bill Monday night.
At the end of the episode, Engvall and partner Emma Slater ended up with the lowest score. But did the fans save them as they have in weeks past?
Not this time. Engvall and Slater are headed home.
"It just goes to prove to me there is God because I don't think I could make one more dance," Engvall told the crowd just after learning his fate.
"[Emma] is like my second daughter now. We just had a blast … It'd be totally remiss if I didn't thank [my wife] Gail. This has been a lifetime experience."
"I will never forget this. To all the fans ... thank you."
Scores for the Dancing With the Stars finale:
- Amber Riley: 64 (30, 4, 30)
- Corbin Bleu: 62 (27, 5, 30)
- Jack Osbourne: 57 (24, 3, 30)
- Bill Engvall: 51 (24, 2, 25)
Did Bill deserve to go home on DWTS?
Who will win this evening's finale?