'Dancing With the Stars' Finalists Melissa Rycroft and Tony Dovolani Call 'All-Stars' Journey, 'The Time of Our Lives' (VIDEO)
With the first ever all-female Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars finale just hours away, contestant Melissa Rycroft and her dance partner Tony Dovolani are taking a look back at their journey to (potentially) winning the fame mirrorball trophy on the ABC competition.
"We're having the time of our lives," Rycroft, 28, told Celebuzz. "We would -- without a doubt -- would not be here without our fans," the former Bachelor contestant continued. "I feel it. We embrace it."
Likewise, Dovolani is grateful for the massive support fans have showen the couple throughout the season, where the twosome have racked up an overall season total of 391.5 points and a score average of 28 out of 30 per dance.
"And thank you for the Twitter comments and all that stuff -- that just means so much to the both of us because we are the ones that actually read it and reply," he added.
So, what's next for Rycroft once the winner's been announced? According to the current mom-of-one, she's not looking to have any more children right now.
"I'm so happy with my one little one right now," Rycroft, who welcomed daughter Ava in 2011 with Tye Strickland, told us. "I'm not done with being selfish with her."
Watch more of our interview with the DWTS finalists above.