Tomorrow night, a new couple will be handed the mirror-ball trophy, calling a wrap to Season 14 of Dancing With the Stars

After standout performances from the final three teams, there's no telling who will walk away the winners. The entire season has served up unpredictable results. From Sherri Shepherd's premature elimination to Maria Menounos being cut during the semi-finals, the judges scores have proven to not have a huge influence on the viewer votes.

So how did the couples feel after their final night of competition, and which twosome was venting about Len Goodman's freestyle scoring after the show? We got the stars to spill backstage!

What a night! With almost all perfect 10s across the board, Dancing With the Stars' remaining contestants put everything they had on the dance floor in hopes of winning over voters. 

Of course, after scoring perfect tens on both their performances, Katherine Jenkins and Mark Ballas were "over the moon."

"Katherine was flawless tonight," Mark gushed. "Everything went according to plan."

"I never thought I would make it this far," Katherine added. "I'm blessed to be here."

Unfortunately not everyone was feeling the warm fuzzies. William Levy and Cheryl Burke's freestyle wasn't worth a 10 to Len, who awarded them a 9 for their technique and effort. When we caught up with the pair backstage, it was clear they were not happy about Len's predictable reaction.

"The 9 was more predictable than anything," William told us. "I don't know how Len could judge so hard on our freestyle."

Cheryl added that she knew from the look on his face that Len was going to say something negative, but it isn't tarnishing their pride in all their extensive leg work this season."

"We've been working and giving everything we have," Cheryl said. "We already feel like winners."

Although Peta Murgatroyd and Donald Driver earned the same amount of points as William and Cheryl, they were focusing more on their freestyle perfect 10s than the 9 they received from Len for their Argentine tango.

"The freestyle dance was the dance to prove [we deserved a 10]," Donald told us. "And we proved it! I'm going to leave the competition feeling like I did something great."


The mirror-ball trophy is awarded tomorrow! Who do you think will come out on top? What did you think of the final performances? Sound off in the comments!

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