Attn: We Officially Know Who Won 'Dancing With the Stars' Season 31!

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Here's Who Won 'Dancing With the Stars' Season 31!Dancing With The Stars/Twitter

Season 31 of Dancing With the Stars is officially over! Now, the competition may have made the switch to streaming on Disney+ this time around, but it's still gave us plenty of what we know and love: celebrities (some of which you may or may not have heard of before) trying their very best to become real life ballroom dancers.

With this being a competition show and all, one of the stars was sent packing every week. Sometimes you were happy about it, other times you *may* have found yourself yelling at the judges through your TV for saving the wrong couple (oh, just me??). But TBH either way, keeping track of everyone who lost their chance at the Mirrorball Trophy is hard, especially when you get to, like, week 9. So without further ado, let me introduce your official Dancing With the Stars season 31 elimination tracker for the season so we can reminisce together. Enjoy!

Week 10: Literally Everyone Except Charli D’Amelio and Mark Ballas!

Because of the fact that this was the season finale and there could be only one winning pair, everyone was eliminated except for Charli and Mark, who came in first place and won this year’s Mirrorball Trophy!

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But ofc we're not gonna leave you high and dry without knowing who came in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place, so here goes:

2nd place: Gabby Windey and Val Chmerkovskiy

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3rd place: Wayne Brady and Witney Carson

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4th place: Shangela and Gleb Savchenko

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Also Week 9: Daniel Durant and Britt Stewart

Though Daniel Durant consistently had so many (!!) eye-watering moments (I mean, he legit was the only contestant to bring judge Derek Hough to tears), he and partner Britt Stewart were the second team to be eliminated after sharing the bottom slot with Shangela and Gleb Savchenko.

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Week 9: Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater

The semi-finals are finally upon us, people! Aka there aren’t many performances left to dazzle the judges, and the stakes are seriously getting higher. Much like week 8, this time around, two couples will sadly be packing their bags and heading home. The first twosome to leave this season? Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater, who faced being at the bottom for the fourth time this week.

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Also Week 8: Vinny Guadagnino and Koko Iwasaki

The Jersey Shore star and partner Koko Iwasaki were the second group to get eliminated during week 8. Sadly, it had been a rough past couple of performances for the team, as they had the lowest score six out of eight weeks, including this one. Despite that, however, ’90s night was actually the first time Vinny and Koko were in the bottom two, though the judges ultimately saved Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater.

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Week 8: Heidi D'Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev

This week saw the eight remaining couples shimmying away during ’90s night in the ballroom. And though the theme was lighthearted and fun, the fact that two couples were at risk of getting eliminated was most certainly *nawt*. The first duo to get booted off? Partners Heidi D’Amelio and pro Artem Chigvintsev, who had also been in the bottom two last week for the second time. Luckily, Charli and Dixie's mom still managed to have fun with it and vlogged her experience leaving the show—she even filmed her youngest helping out with moving her belongings out of the trailer lol.

Week 7: Jordin Sparks and Brandon Armstrong

For the past few rounds, singer Jordin Sparks and partner Brandon Armstrong were consistently in the middle of the pack until they began making their way to the bottom this week, placing them alongside Heidi D'Amelio and Artem Chigvintsev when it came time to face eliminations. Though both duos were initially tied, it was head judge Len Goodman's vote that ultimately saved Heidi and Artem for a second time, while Jordin and Brandon got sent home.

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Week 6: Jessie James Decker and Alan Bersten

During week 6 of the show, singer Michael Bublé actually joined the judges on the panel, and contestants danced to the tune 0f many of his iconic hits. Sadly, Jessie and Alan wound up in the final two alongside Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater, who were subsequently saved this time around. However, the singer had a v positive outlook on the decision and told reporters afterwards, “You can't be surprised. You know, you can't ever go into it expecting anything. And so for me, all I could do is focus on my dance, my partner and this experience. And this was an experience that I never thought I would have been able to do. And it was. Such a joy. And I honestly can walk away with a smile on my face, and that's the truth.”

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Also Week 5: Joseph Baena and Daniella Karagach

Joseph and Daniella were eliminated on Tuesday night's episode of Dancing with the Stars, as the show decided to air two specials during week 5. The 25-year-old fitness model, who *also* just so happens to be the son of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mildred Patricia Baena, spoke about the emotional elimination and how he felt having his mother in the audience for his final show. “She was extremely upset that I was going home, and of course she’s going to be upset, because she’s my mother and she doesn’t want anything bad to happen to her son...But she’s so happy with how far that I came,” he confessed to Page Six. And, I mean, even Tyra Banks was a little teary-eyed when she announced that Joseph and Daniella would be going home, so can ya blame her?!

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Week 5: Selma Blair and Sasha Farber

In a truly emotional episode, it was announced that Selma had actually chosen to withdraw from the show due to her health concerns. The actor, who first shared her multiple sclerosis diagnosis in 2018, revealed that her body had “taken a hit” over the course of the competition. “I’ve been monitored…I had MRIs and the results came back, and it all adds up to, I can’t go on with the competition,” she confessed to Sasha in a taped piece that aired during the show. However, the duo was able to perform one final dance to “What the World Needs Now” and went out with a perfect score from the judges.

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Week 4: Sam Champion and Cheryl Burke

The former Good Morning America weather anchor and dancer sadly spent the past couple of weeks unable to get out of the mid-20s score range, and *also* wound up on the bottom last week. This time, however, they weren't given another chance to make it through the round, and instead were eliminated over Trevor Donovan and Emma Slater.

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Week 3: Cheryl Ladd and Louis van Amstel

Cheryl Ladd and Louis van Amstel were in the bottom two alongside Sam Champion and Cheryl Burke this week. And though the judges admitted that it was truly a tough decision to make as both Sam and Cheryl had improved *a lot* since the first episode, they ultimately chose to give the Charlie's Angels star the boot.

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Week 2: Teresa Giudice and Pasha Pashkov

After making it to Elvis Night and dancing a jive to "All Shook Up," the Real Housewives of New Jersey star found herself in the bottom two once again, this time against Cheryl Ladd and Louis van Amstel. With the judges tied 50-50 on who to save, the decision defaulted to head judge Len Goodman's choice of Cheryl and Louis, meaning Teresa and Pasha were sent packing.

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Week 1: Jason Lewis and Peta Murgatroyd

We only got to see one dance from actor Jason Lewis (who you probably recognize as Smith Jerrod from Sex and the City) before he was sent home during the premiere episode. Poor guy! Jason tried his best to dance a cha-cha, but the judges called him out for counting out loud and some sloppy footwork. So when it came to choosing between him and fellow bottom-two contestant Teresa Giudice, the judges chose to save the reality star.

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