Dancing With the Stars to do all-athlete edition in spring

  • Dancing With the Stars to do all-athlete edition in spring

Dancing With the Stars to do all-athlete edition in spring

ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" sets its sights on the sports world when it returns with a special all-athletes edition in the spring of 2018.

The duo won out over tough competition from Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson, and Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas.

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold, winners of "Dancing With the Stars" Season 25. Both Fisher and Arnold nursed injuries this season but performed through the pain on more than one occasion to bring home the Mirror Ball.

It was all even between the pairs as they geared up for their final performances, which were "24 Hour Fusion Dances". While you wait for our recap make sure to head over and check out all our Dancing With The Stars recaps, news, spoilers, videos & more, right here! "Not just the win, but everything I did this season". Fisher suffered a scratched cornea going into the semi-finals while Arnold performed through a knee injury sustained early on in the season. They also received a score of 30. Violinist Lindsey Stirling came in second. Fisher and Arnold impressed the judges with a dazzling performance of a salsa/paso fusion and earned a ideal 30 points.

Underdog Muniz (with partner Witney Carson) became a fan favorite with his enthusiasm for being on "DWTS", and emotionally revealed his memory loss during the show. He had to give up the risky sport, and told the cameras "DWTS" came along at just the right time.

"Him and his family love the show".