TooFab caught up with the pair moments after they were crowned king and queen of the dance floor, where they got incredibly emotional while thanking each other for all the hard work each put in all season long.
Fisher, Arnold went head-to-head with Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas as well as Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson in the season finale of the dance reality competition but it was the former duo that emerged victorious and took home the coveted Mirrorball Trophy after receiving ideal scores for two dance performances.
Each couple was tied going into the final performances, ABC New reports.
Judge Len Goodman called Jordan "the most complete male celebrity ever on Dancing with the Stars", while judge Bruno Tonioli said he was "right up there with the best we have ever seen on this show".
The two overcame injuries as Arnold hurt her knee and Fisher wound up with an eye cornea problem. Violinist Lindsey Stirling came in second. But they recovered to get ideal scores for four dances over two days to end the show. Muniz performed a weirdly impressive Argentine Tango. They were then judged on a 24-hour fusion challenge.
His partner, professional Lindsay Arnold, earned her first victory with the win.
Muniz suffered traumatic brain injury after he became a vehicle racer and was in a 2009 crash.
At the end of Season 25 on Tuesday night, hosts Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews announced that the spring season of "DWTS" will be a mini four week "all athletes" edition.