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Rumer Willis and Riker Lynch Earn Perfect Scores in the DWTS Finals: Week 10 Results

By Steve Dove | May 19th, 2015

It has all led to this, the Dancing with the Stars Finals! The three remaining couples—Noah Galloway & Sharna Burgess, Riker Lynch & Allison Holker, and Rumer Willis & Valentin Chmerkovski—competed with two incredible dances, each! First the couples repeated one of their previous dances from the season including Rumer & Val's Week 1 Foxtrot which brought dad Bruce Willis to tears and Riker & Allison's Pirate Paso Doble from Week 5: Disney Night. Then things really got innovative as the couples performed their unforgettable Freestyle dances. Once again, judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Len Goodman, Julianne Hough and Bruno Tonioli were there to offer critiques and scores, but the final decision also comes down to you, the fans!

Top Scores:
Riker Lynch & Allison Holker - 40 pts. (Paso Doble) & 40 pts. (Freestyle)

 

Riker and Allison wowed the crowd and the judges with their fusion of classic and contemporary styles

Rumer Willis & Valentin Chmerkovskiy - 40 pts. (Foxtrot) & 40 pts. (Freestyle)

 

Rumer & Val took a risk with a stripped-down Freestyle featuring only them and their incredible dancing chemistry. Rumer provided the vocals and Val the violin for their own stirring rendition of Britney Spears' hit "Toxic."

Lowest Score:
Noah Galloway & Sharna Burgess - 32 pts. (Argentine Tango) & 40 pts. (Freestyle)

 

Noah started the night with some nerves, but finished strong in this beautifully choreographed, emotional Freestyle

WEEK 10 SCORES:

 

Carrie Ann

Len

Julianne

Bruno

Total

Riker & Allison

 10 / 10

 10 / 10

 10 / 10

 10 / 10

 40 / 40 / 80

Rumer & Val

 10 / 10

 10 / 10

 10 / 10

 10 / 10

 40 / 40 / 80

Noah & Sharna

 8 / 10

 8 / 10

 8 / 10

 8 / 10

  32 / 40 / 72 

 

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