For the three remaining Dancing With the Stars competitors, it's all come down to this. The guts, the glitter and the glory were all on the line Tuesday.
With Bill Engvall finally eliminated the night before, Corbin Bleu, Amber Riley and Jack Osbourne comprised the only stars left in the ABC competition.
Jack came in as the underdog, with Corbin and Amber both in strong position to claim the crown. How did the Dancing With the Stars results shake out?
The winning duo were the only ones who scored a perfect 30 in their final dance, a samba-quickstep combo that Len Goodman called "bedazzling."
The other two pairs scored all nines, for 27 apiece.
As predicted, Jack Osbourne and Cheryl Burke finished third, leaving Corbin Bleu and Karina Smirnoff and Amber Riley and Derek Hough to duke it out.
So which one of the pairs claimed the Mirror Ball?
Amber and Derek!
"Anything that scares me I want to do," the Glee actress said after her victory. "You can do whatever, whatever, whatever you put your mind to."
It was the fifth win for Derek, while both Jack and his sister Kelly Osbourne came in third in their respective seasons on Dancing With the Stars.
"I'm definitely not a better dancer than my sister, for one," Jack said regarding that particular fun fact about his sibling and himself. "We're both tied."
Bleu, who showed happiness for his competitor as well as gratitude for the show, told the crowd, "I thank god for this experience. I thank my family."
What do you think? Did Amber deserve to win DWTS?