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‘Dancing with the Stars’ Season 19 Crowns a Winner

Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson crowned the Season 19 Champions, on the season finale of season 19 of "Dancing with the Stars," Nov. 25, 2014. (ABC Photo)
Alfonso Ribeiro and Witney Carson crowned the Season 19 Champions, on the season finale of season 19 of “Dancing with the Stars,” Nov. 25, 2014. (ABC Photo)

(CBS News) – Three couples made it to the championships, but only one star could claim victory.

This “Dancing with the Stars” season 19 championship had everything you could possibly want in a season finale! Big name musical stars, show-stopping dance numbers and a guest dance from (almost) every star that competed this season.

One problem that “Dancing with the Stars” always faces during their season finale spectaculars is that almost all the viewer votes have already been cast and counted, meaning the episode always feels like two hours of inconsequential musical routines and filler before the contestants’ final dances.

However, this season was jam-packed with super entertaining performers and riveting dance routines. So when Tommy Chong, Randy Couture, Bethany Mota, Jonathan Bennett and all the other dancers you loved to watch (or loved to hate) redid their most memorable routines, it was simply an enjoyable two hours of television.

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