Dancing With The Stars Season 25: All Contestants & Winner

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Dancing With The Stars season 25 was one of the show’s best to date – here’s a recap of all the celebrity contestants who took part and the eventual winner. Based on the BBC series Strictly Come Dancing, Dancing With The Stars airs on ABC and is one of the network’s longest-running primetime shows. In each season a group of celebrities are paired with professional dancers who teach them new dance routines centered around themes like Disney or Halloween. Each week, the celebrities and their dance partners perform a routine and compete for judges’ points and audience vote, with the lowest scoring couple being eliminated until just the winners remain.

Dancing With The Stars was an instant hit when its first season premiered in 2005 and the show is still going strong more than a decade later. Over the course of its 27 seasons, the show has won a total of 16 Primetime Emmys and was recently renewed for its twenty-eighth season which is set to air in Fall 2019. It also spawned spinoff Dancing With The Stars: Juniors in 2018 that features young celebrities like Honey Boo Boo competing against each other.

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Dancing With The Stars season 25 aired in late 2017 and gave fans yet another entertaining year as a diverse group of celebrities of varying talent fox-trotted, tangoed and waltzed their way through the season. Here are all the celebrity contestants that competed in season 25, from the first to be eliminated through to the season winner.

Barbara Corcoran

Debbie Gibson

Derek Fisher

Sasha Pieterse

Nick Lachey

Nikki Bella

Vanessa Lachey

Terrell Owens

Victoria Arlen

Drew Scott

Frankie Muniz

Lindsey Stirling

Jordan Fisher

All corners of the entertainment industry were represented in Dancing With The Stars season 25 from musicians Debbie Gibson and Lindsey Stirling, TV stars like Pretty Little Liars actress Sasha Pieterse and Property Brothers co-host Drew Scott to sports stars including wrestler Nikki Bella and former NFL player Terrell Owens. Season 25 was also something of a family affair as it featured husband and wife Nick and Vanessa Lachey competing against each other and paired with another married Dancing With The Stars couple – professional dancers Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

Despite impressive performances from many of the contestants, it was actor-singer Jordan Fisher (Teen Wolf) who was crowned the winner of season 25 along with dance partner Lindsay Arnold. It was Arnold’s first win on Dancing With The Stars and Fisher broke a number of records himself during season 25 too. Not only does he hold the current record for the most perfect scores received by a celebrity contestant, but Fisher - then aged 23 - is also the youngest winner to date, making season 25 one of the show's most memorable seasons.

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NCIS: New Orleans – Why Agent Percy Left The Show | Screen Rant

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Here's why Agent Percy is no longer part of the team at NCIS: New Orleans. NCIS stands for Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and the team was first introduced during an episode of JAG. The concept and characters, including Gibbs and DiNozzo, proved popular enough to launch a solo NCIS series, which attracted a major following. The show has been running since 2003 and its seventh season will premiere in September 2019. Fans are especially excited for the coming season since it marks the return of a certain fan-favorite character.

The success of the show led to other spinoffs, with the first being NCIS: Los Angeles, starring LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell (Batman & Robin). That series has run for eleven seasons thus far, and the franchise branched out once again with NCIS: New Orleans. Main characters Dwayne Cassius Pride (Scott Bakula, Quantum Leap) and Christopher LaSalle (Lucas Black) were introduced in a backdoor pilot episode of NCIS season 11. Like its predecessors, the show has strong ratings and will return for season 6 in late 2019.

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NCIS: New Orleans follows agents stationed in the Big Easy, led by Bakula's Pride. His agents include LaSalle, Tammy Gregorio, and Meredith Brody. Sonja Percy (Shalita Grant, Santa Clarita Diet) is a former ATF agent who was a recurring character during season one but later joined the team in season two. She and Pride had a tricky relationship, however, and he feared her occasional undercover activities for the ATF could endanger his team. She and LaSelle also developed something of a "Will they, won't they?" relationship.

Shalita Grant decided to depart NCIS: New Orleans during season 4, with the series planting the seeds for her departure by mentioning an interview with the FBI. Episode 19 "High Stakes" was Sonja Percy's final episode to date, which involved an undercover op at a poker game. Percy hands in her badge after the operation ends dramatically - a move Pride supports - and she accepts a position in the FBI instead.

There's scope for Sonja Percy to return to NCIS: New Orleans in the future, though there doesn't appear to be any plans for the character reappearing. She added an interesting dynamic to the team, with Pride never entirely trusting her - though they had respect for one another - and she and LaSalle having an unrequited attraction. The series has taken plenty of dramatic turns since the character left, however, since life in the NCIS office is rarely dull.

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NCIS: New Orleans – Why Agent Percy Left The Show | Screen Rant

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Here's why Agent Percy is no longer part of the team at NCIS: New Orleans. NCIS stands for Naval Criminal Investigative Service, and the team was first introduced during an episode of JAG. The concept and characters, including Gibbs and DiNozzo, proved popular enough to launch a solo NCIS series, which attracted a major following. The show has been running since 2003 and its seventh season will premiere in September 2019. Fans are especially excited for the coming season since it marks the return of a certain fan-favorite character.

The success of the show led to other spinoffs, with the first being NCIS: Los Angeles, starring LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell (Batman & Robin). That series has run for eleven seasons thus far, and the franchise branched out once again with NCIS: New Orleans. Main characters Dwayne Cassius Pride (Scott Bakula, Quantum Leap) and Christopher LaSalle (Lucas Black) were introduced in a backdoor pilot episode of NCIS season 11. Like its predecessors, the show has strong ratings and will return for season 6 in late 2019.

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NCIS: New Orleans follows agents stationed in the Big Easy, led by Bakula's Pride. His agents include LaSalle, Tammy Gregorio, and Meredith Brody. Sonja Percy (Shalita Grant, Santa Clarita Diet) is a former ATF agent who was a recurring character during season one but later joined the team in season two. She and Pride had a tricky relationship, however, and he feared her occasional undercover activities for the ATF could endanger his team. She and LaSelle also developed something of a "Will they, won't they?" relationship.

Shalita Grant decided to depart NCIS: New Orleans during season 4, with the series planting the seeds for her departure by mentioning an interview with the FBI. Episode 19 "High Stakes" was Sonja Percy's final episode to date, which involved an undercover op at a poker game. Percy hands in her badge after the operation ends dramatically - a move Pride supports - and she accepts a position in the FBI instead.

There's scope for Sonja Percy to return to NCIS: New Orleans in the future, though there doesn't appear to be any plans for the character reappearing. She added an interesting dynamic to the team, with Pride never entirely trusting her - though they had respect for one another - and she and LaSalle having an unrequited attraction. The series has taken plenty of dramatic turns since the character left, however, since life in the NCIS office is rarely dull.

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13 Reasons Why: Who Killed Bryce Walker & Their Motive Explained

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Warning! Major SPOILERS ahead for 13 Reasons Why season 3.

13 Reasons Why has revealed who killed Bryce Walker and explained why they did it - with Alex Standall the person who killed Bryce (Justin Prentice). The third and penultimate season of 13 Reasons Why is now streaming on Netflix, with 13 new episodes for fans to watch, and the mystery of Bryce Walker's death has been the major selling point for the series' return.

As revealed by the 13 Reasons Why season 3 trailer, Bryce Walker had disappeared and been murdered after the homecoming game, and given he was a serial rapist and longtime bully, just about everyone at Liberty High has been considered a suspect. 13 Reasons Why season 3 plays out as a murder mystery, examining the likelihood of a number of different candidates and exploring how they all had their reasons to kill Bryce.

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Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) is arrested for the murder and later released on bail, while other major candidates who emerge across the season include Jessica Davis (Alisha Boe), Tony Padilla (Christian Navarro), Tyler Down (Devin Druid), and Justin Foley (Brandon Flynn). It looks like we're about to see that it was Zach Dempsey (Ross Butler) who did it, but although he beat Bryce to within an inch of his life, he isn't the one who finished the job. It's revealed in the 13 Reasons Why season 3 finale, "Let The Dead Bury The Dead", that it was actually Alex Standall (Miles Heizer) who killed Bryce Walker, with their motive explained as well.

In a flashback, which takes place after the homecoming game, Alex and Jessica find Bryce at the pier, in desperate need of help. The pair worry over what to do, concerned that helping him or not, either way will lead to Zach going to jail. Bryce gives them a tape with a full confession and apology on it, stating that he wants to be better. Alex attempts to help Bryce up, but that's when he started screaming about revenge on Zach and being angry at Jessica, at which moment Alex realized that Bryce was never going to change, and he'd always be hurting people. Telling him that "You hurt everyone I ever loved," Alex started pushing Bryce off the pier, and after a struggle, pushed him into the water. Alex and Jessica watched as Bryce attempted to swim, and then finally died, meaning Alex Standall killed Bryce Walker in 13 Reasons Why.

However, Alex isn't the one who goes to jail for the murder. 13 Reasons Why newcomer Ani Achola (Grace Saif), in an effort to ensure Clay is exonerated, concocts a story blaming Montgomery de la Cruz (Timothy Granaderos) for the murder, telling it to Deputy Bill Standall (Mark Pellegrino) in the 13 Reasons Why season 3 finale. Although he knows that it was Alex who killed Bryce Walker, he goes along with Ani's story so that his son doesn't go to prison, with evidence able to be found connecting Monty to the murder, and burns the clothes Alex was wearing the night of the incident.

It's revealed that Monty had been killed in prison, having been sentenced for sexually assaulting Tyler, so had no means of defending himself and protesting his innocence, which is why Ani had decided to blame him. With Dep. Standall supporting Ani's story, the police go along with that as the official narrative: Monty is officially named as Bryce Walker's killer, and the murder case is closed. Season 3 does include some teases to set up 13 Reasons Why season 4, with a fisherman discovering the guns Tony and Clay and got rid of for Tyler, and Winston confronting Ani over the truth about Monty, but the mystery of who killed Bryce Walker has been solved.

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Tom Holland’s Uncharted Movie Just Lost Another Director at Sony

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Director Dan Trachtenberg has bailed on Sony's Uncharted movie, which has Tom Holland attached to star as Nathan Drake.
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