Dancing with the Stars has officially crowned its season 30 winner!

Iman Shumpert and his dance partner, Daniella Karagach, took home the Mirrorball Trophy, making the NBA star the first ever basketball player to win the competition.

Iman Shumpert Freestyles His Way to The Mirrorball Trophy

Shumpert and Karagrach scored two perfect scores for their cha cha-foxtrot fusion and freestyle style dances. The couple especially wowed with their fan-favorite freestyle to Missy Elliot's 'Lose Control' and DJ Client's "Bounce."

JoJo Siwa’s Freestyle

Popstar JoJo Siwa and her dance partner Jenna Johnson earned second place in the dancing competition. The show's first ever same-sex dance couple received back-to-back perfect scores for their tango-cha cha fusion dance to 'I Love It' and freestyle dance to 'Born This Way.' But sadly, it just wasn't enough to take home the big "W."

Cody Rigsby’s Freestyle

Cody Rigsby and veteran dance pro Cheryl Burke earned a 36 out 40 for their paso doble-cha cha fusion dance to "Free Your Mind." But, the pair did finish out the night with a perfect score for their freestyle medley to "Beethoven's Fifth" and "Nail, Hair, Hips, Heels (Just Dance Version)" by Todrick Hall.

Amanda Kloots’s Freestyle

Talkshow host Amanda Kloots took home fourth place with her partner Alan Bersten. The couple performed a Viennese waltz-paso doble fusion dance to "Never Tear Us Apart," earning a 38 out of 40, followed by a freestyle dance to "A Sky Full of Stars," earning a perfect score.

Congrats to all of the couples on an amazing season!

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