Bindi Irwin has won “Dancing With the Stars” following her emotional dances that made her score perfect 30s. Irwin has been emotional about her father throughout “Dancing With the Stars.” The star of the show has proven such in the finale of the show aired Tuesday night.
The brave daughter of crocodile hunter Steve Irwin, who died in a stingray attack in 2006, moved the audience to tears as she performed her dance in the finale. On Tuesday, she was tremendous onstage. This made her sail through the finale.
The performance of Bindi Irwin on the finale was as polished as ever. The memory of her late father could be felt in the performance while she continued to give the tribute. She mentioned in an interview, “Sometimes in rehearsals it feels like there’s three people in the room… like dad is with me every day.” She had been her father’s girl throughout the show. She also dedicates her life to animal welfare.
Bindi recently shared the last picture of her family on Twitter. She mentioned, “The last photo as a family, before I had to wave goodbye to my hero, for the last time. Dad, I love you.”
Bindi was competing against Alek Skarlatos and Nick Carter for the trophy. The 17-year-old was surely one of the best contenders for the title. While Nick Carter scored a perfect 30, Alek had to be happy with just 27. At the end of the day, Bindi Irwin has won “Dancing with the Stars,” combining judges’ scores and audience votes.