Warning! This post obviously contains major DWTS spoilers.
Dancing with the Stars has officially crowned its season 24 champion!
Audiences tuned in on Tuesday evening to watch the three remaining contestants — David Ross, Normani Kordei, and Rashad Jennings — compete for the coveted Mirrorball Trophy on the second night of a nail-biting two-part finale, and it was Jennings who took home the winning title.
After competing a previous number from earlier in the season, the baseball alum, Fifth Harmony singer and NFL free agent each performed a 24-hour fusion as their last judged dance of the competition.
Kordei and Val Chmerkovskiy competed second, and were given a perfect 40/40 for their Argentine tango foxtrot fusion. “You’ve made such a challenging and intense journey look like you were born to do it,” Inaba complimented Kordei.
Lastly, Jennings and Emma Slater performed their cha cha tango fusion and were just shy of earning a perfect score; judges awarded them a 39/40 for their last dance.
In the shocking final moments of the show, it was revealed that Kordei came in third place in the competition, leaving Ross and Jennings as the two remaining contestants vying for the winning title.
But after the judges’ scores were tallied with audiences’ votes from across the United States, it was Jennings who won the competition.
This article originally appeared on People.com