His heart has, I think, won him over more fans than people realize.'Giving him a 10 for his freestyle, head judge Len Goodman called him 'the most improved dancer on this show' and joking that while he started the season as a 'fixer upper' he was now 'a hot property.''You really have exceeded all expectations tonight,' Bruno Tonioli told him. A delight from the beginning to the end.'His first dance, a paso double in the redemption round, got all 9s, with Len telling him: 'This had finesse, it had quality, and control.I thought you did a wonderful job.'Guest judge Julianne Hough, in a daring red dress with a lace section split at the front and a 50's-style hairdo, told him: 'Your title is Most Improved for sure.'Even before Drew's exit, the first night of the finale seemed to pair Jordan and Lindsey both together for a head-to-head battle after both getting perfect scores from all four judges for both dances.'This is becoming the war of the floor,' Len had said.I'm so sad it's ending soon.'As well as returning as guest judge, Julianne also changed into a white dress for a powerful, emotionally charged performance of a special dance to Wouldn't Change Anything by Alexander Jean, Mark Ballas's band with wife BC Jean.

She claimed Jonathan demanded that she sign the agreement and even threatened her.

While she fought to have it tossed out of court, Jonathan, insisted the document was fair and legal.

, that hasn't always been the case when it comes to the personal lives of the HGTV stars.

Most fans don't even know that Jonathan Scott (one-half of the brother duo) used to be married.

And despite also getting three perfect 10s from the four judges for his freestyle dance — with only Carrie Ann Inaba marking him down with a 9 — Drew ended up getting sent home before the decisive finale.

Despite his amazing freestyle, Drew still ended at the bottom of the leaderboard, with fourth finalist Frankie Muniz getting a combined score of 76 to Drew's 75 on the night.

Powerful performance: The former DWTS dancer turned judge performed a routine choreographed by Marinda Davis, telling the story of how she was left terminally ill after being born with seven autoimmune illnesses'I have to say how much I admire you turning what you are facing into art like that,' host Tom Bergeron told Marinda, who said of Julianne: 'She's so incredible, as you guys just saw.'She's a wonderful performer but what people may not know is she is one of the most extraordinary humans I've ever worked with and know.

I just adore her,' she said, as Julianne welled-up with her hand on her heart in appreciation.'This was a dream come true,' Marinda added.

“The split isn’t something I dwell on anymore, but for one too-long, too-dark period of my life, that’s practically all I did," he continued. exclusively obtained court documents outlining the details of the split (and it's not pretty).

Apparently, the center of their four-year battle was a legal document drawn up by Jonathan’s mother that Kelsy claimed she signed under "duress and harassment." The crucial document covered the sale of the couple’s home in Canada.

But more than that, I never expected to gain so much confidence.