Who made the final three on 'Dancing With the Stars'?

Credit: Rodney Ho

Credit: Rodney Ho

For only the second time, "Dancing With the Stars" is going have an all-female finale.

The final dude left in the competition, Big Time Rush's James Maslow, got the fewest scores combining the judges' scores and public's votes. He just missed the final night Tuesday.

Candace Cameron Bure is the surprise finalist. Her "Full House" fans pulled her through, outlasting three dancers (Maslow, Danica McKellar, Charlie White) who averaged higher judges' scores than her.

She has bcome a very good dancer, just not quite as good as the other two remaining dancers (who happen to be athletes) Amy Purdy and Meryl Davis.

Clearly, the fact Bure is not a professional athlete and a clear underdog is helping her with the vote totals.

And while gold medal ice dancer Meryl keeps pulling in 10s with two perfect scores yet again tonight. But perfect scores don't guarantee the mirror ball trophy for her.

Purdy is a more intriguing pick to win but the one I'm going to call now. Sure, she's a professional snowboarder. But she is missing her lower legs. So anything she does is quite amazing and inspirational. She showed Cirque du Soleil power during her free style that drew two 10s and a 9 from curmudgeon Len Goodman.

Plus, her partner is Derek Hough. That alone will probably garner her the votes to win this all tomorrow night.

Maslow, in the meantime, was a great dancer and there was definite chemistry with his partner Peta Murgatroyd, who said they might even date after the show's over.