Here's What All Your Favorite 'Dancing With The Stars' Winners Are Up To NowSeptember 16, 2019, 7:06 PM UTCAnd the real question: Who will win the Mirror Ball this year?From Women's HealthHere's What All Your Favorite 'Dancing With The Stars' Winners Are Up To NowDancing With The Stars is the only television show that can bring the likes of Sean Spicer, Hannah Brown and Lauren Alaina to one place. It's a hodgepodge of pop culture icons who dance their way to the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy. (My bet is on Bachelorette Hannah B. winning. The girl can move in heels).There have been 27 seasons, which means there are 27 winners. But what happened after they hung up their dancing shoes? Here's where all of the winners of DWTS are now.Then: Kelly MonacoGeneral Hospital star and model Kelly Monaco won the very first season of DWTS in 2005 with partner Alec Mazo. The first iteration only had six couples and six weeks of competition. Now, the show usually has 12 couples. Now: Kelly MonacoKelly is still going strong as Sam on General Hospital. She has been on the soap opera since 2003, and there’s no signs of her slowing down any time soon.Scroll to continue with contentAdThen: Drew Lachey98 Degrees member Drew Lachey cranked up the heat with partner Cheryl Burke on one of the most memorable freestyle performance ever. The singer took home the Mirror Ball Trophy during the second season.Now: Drew LacheyMost recently, Drew took a chance on another reality competition: American Ninja Warrior. Yes, you read that right. He didn’t make it past the second obstacle, but older brother Nick Lachey was on FaceTime to cheer him on.Then: Emmitt SmithEmmitt Smith’s quick feet led him to a successful stint on DWTS. The all-time leading rusher was paired with Cheryl, who won back-to-back seasons. Emmitt is still a fan favorite.Now: Emmitt SmithThe former Dallas Cowboy now has his stake in several business ventures. His latest is a chain of high-end barber shops. Imagine getting your haircut and owner Emmitt Smith walks in?!Then: Apolo OhnoMore than a year after taking home one gold and two bronze medals at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, Apolo took off the skates and swapped them for dancing shoes. The speed skater and pro Julianne Hough were a great pair on the dance floor.Now: Apolo OhnoApolo has lent his voice to speed skating commentary for the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympic Games. He’s likely to do the same thing in 2022 (or at least one can hope).Then: Helio CastronevesBrazilian race car driver Helio Castroneves won season five of DWTS. He was partnered with Julianne, and their on-the-floor chemistry was undeniable. No one can forget that kiss during their fast-paced mambo!Now: Helio CastronevesHelio is still an IndyCar racer and part of Team Penske. In 2016, he earned almost $1.3 million.Then: Kristi YamaguchiKristi Yamaguchi secured the Mirror Ball Trophy in season six of DWTS. The Olympic figure skater’s jive with partner Mark Ballas is iconic.Now: Kristi YamaguchiKristi is still fully ingrained in the figure skating community. She was honored by the Ice Theatre of New York in 2018.Then: Brooke BurkeFormer Playboy model Brooke Burke and pro Derek Hough danced their way to the season seven win. Brooke was up against Warren Sapp and Lance Bass.Now: Brooke BurkeAfter winning, Brooke co-hosted DWTS with Tom Bergeron for eight seasons. Brooke now has four children, but her body is still rockin’.Then: Shawn JohnsonA lot of people thought Gilles Marini had season eight in the bag, but Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson danced her heart out with Mark. He definitely put her gymnastics to use.Now: Shawn JohnsonShawn announced her retirement from gymnastics in 2012. She married football free agent Andrew East, and they’re expecting their first child.Then: Donny OsmondIt’s no surprise the theatrical Donny Osmond was able to win DWTS season nine. He was paired with Kym Johnson, who honed into Donny’s skills perfectly.Now: Donny OsmondDonny was the runner up in the first season of FOX’s hit show The Masked Singer. His disguise was Peacock, and he fell to T-Pain as the Monster. He said that experience was the “most fun thing he’s ever done.”Nicole ScherzingerNicole Scherzinger was paired with Derek, and that led them to the win for season 10. The former Pussycat Doll definitely has the moves, and she showed that.Now: Nicole ScherzingerNicole has had several stints on reality TV competitions since DWTS. She was a judge on The X Factor and is currently on the panels for Australia’s Got Talent and The Masked Singer. Then: Jennifer GreyDirty Dancing came in handy for this actress. Jennifer Grey and Derek beat out Disney star Kyle Massey and Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol in season 11.Now: Jennifer GreyJennifer had an arc on Grey’s Anatomy in its most recent season. She played the mother of Betty, who was living with Amelia Shepherd.Then: Hines WardNFL MVP Hines Ward and partner Kym touchdown-danced their way to the season 12 title. The former Pittsburgh Steeler became the first football player to win since Emmitt in season three.Now: Hines WardHines retired from the NFL after the 2011 season. This year, he was hired as an offensive assistant for the New York Jets, his first full-time coaching gig. Then: J.R. MartinezVeteran and All My Children star J.R. Martinez and dancer Karina Smirnoff earned the Mirror Ball Trophy during season 13 of DWTS. The pair's Viennese waltz to "Breakaway" will take your breath away.Now: J.R. MartinezJ.R. spends most of his time giving keynotes and motivational speeches. In 2012, he released his New York Times best-selling memoir, Full of Heart: My Story Of Survival, Strength and Spirit. Then: Donald DriverFormer Green Bay Packer Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd secured the Mirror Ball during season 14. The pair beat out model William Levy and singer Katherine Jenkins.Now: Donald DriverDonald is a co-owner of the athletic training company Driven Elite. The wide receiver owns it with John Myers and baseball player Aaron Westlake.Then: Melissa RycroftBachelor winner-then-dumpee (Arie wasn't the first Bachelor to marry his runner up!) Melissa Rycroft finished first on the All-Stars seaon of DWTS. She danced with pro Tony Dovolani. Now: Melissa RycroftThe former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader and husband Tye Strickland started their own podcast, Logically Irrational, in 2018, which is available on iTunes.Then: Kellie PicklerCountry singer Kellie Pickler and Derek took home the Mirror Ball trophy in season 16. The pair beat out the likes of Zendaya and Aly Raisman for the title.Now: Kellie PicklerThe American Idol winner has turned to acting in Hallmark movies. She recently starred alongside Wes Brown for Christmas at Graceland and its sequel, Wedding at Graceland.Then: Amber RileyDerek won back-to-back years, with Glee star Amber Riley securing the second on season 17. You have to see their explosive and sassy freestyle.Now: Amber RileyAmber became one-third of British-American supergroup Leading Ladies, which released its debut album, Songs from the Stage, in 2017. Amber also performed in the West End London stage production of Dreamgirls for two years.Then: Meryl DavisMeryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy won season 18 of DWTS. The Olympic ice dancer competed against her IRL partner, Charlie White. Now: Meryl DavisMeryl married fellow skater Fedor Andreev in a European wedding this summer. Meryl and Charlie still skate together, though they've said they won't return to comeptition.Then: Alfonso RibeiroAlfonso Ribeiro's energy definitely contributed to his season 19 win. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor and partner Witney Carson had fun incorporating the Carlton and it became the stuff of DWTS legends.Now: Alfonso RibeiroAlfonso took over hosting America's Funniest Home Videos in 2015. Who did he replace? DWTS host Tom Bergeron. I bet he got some great tips while he was on set!Then: Rumer WillisBroadway performer (and daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis!) Rumer Willis and partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy were able to dance their way to the top of season 20. Those Chicago moves surely didn't hurt her ability to perform on the dance floor.Now: Rumer WillisRumer showed her vocal talents and shocked judges on The Masked Singer, and her acting credits are increasing. She has appeared in more than 20 episodes of Empire and can be seen in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood. Then: Bindi IrwinConservationist and TV personality Bindi Irwin won season 21 of DWTS. She was partnered with Derek, and the two beat out Backstreet Boy Nick Carter.Now: Bindi IrwinBindi got engaged to longtime boyfriend Chandler Powell in July. She still works with her mom Terri at the Australia Zoo, keeping the memory of her late father Steve alive.Then: Nyle DiMarcoAmerica's Next Top Model winner Nyle DiMarco and Peta won the Mirror Ball Trophy in the show's 22nd iteration. Nyle is the first person who is Deaf to win the dancing competition.Now: Nyle DiMarcoSince appearing on DWTS, Nyle has guest-starred on Sundance Channel's This Close and ABC's Grey's Anatomy spinoff Station 19. The model is also a Deaf and LGBTQ activist.Then: Laurie Hernandez"The Human Emoji" Laurie Hernandez paired up with Val for season 23. The Olympic gold medalist is the youngest female to win the show, taking home the Mirror Ball at just 16 years old.Now: Laurie HernandezAfter the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, Laurie needed a mental and physical break from gymnastics, she told PEOPLE. But she's back in the gym and training to make the 2020 Tokyo team.Then: Rashad JenningsRashad Jennings and Emma Slater found themselves holding the Mirror Ball Trophy at the end of season 24. The former NFL running back used those quick feet to his advantage.Now: Rashad JenningsRashad is now the author of children's book series Coin Slot Chronicles. The bestselling books follow Arcade as he uses a mysterious golden token to travel in time to meet different people.Then: Jordan FisherActor and singer Jordan Fisher owns the record for the most perfect scores on DWTS, so it's no shock he won season 25 with his partner Lindsay Arnold. Jordan was also the youngest-ever male winner at 23.Now: Jordan FisherJordan was tapped to host DWTS spinoff show Dancing With The Stars: Juniors alongside fellow season 25 competitor Frankie Muniz. You can also catch him next year in the highly anticipated Netflix film To All The Boys I Love Before: P.S. I Still Love You. Then: Adam RipponAdam Rippon became the third ice skater to win DWTS when he took home the trophy on the all-athletes season 26. His partner Jenna Johnson found a way to highlight his skills early on.Now: Adam RipponAdam hosts his own YouTube series, Break The Ice, in which he interviews a celebrity and gives them a skating lesson. You also might recognize him in Taylor Swift's "You Need To Calm Down" music video!Then: Bobby BonesBobby Bones and partner Sharna Burgess won the most recent season of DWTS. The radio show host beat out actors Milo Manheim and Evanna Lynch in the controversial finale.Now: Bobby BonesBobby still hosts The Bobby Bones Show. He will also return as an in-house mentor for American Idol, and might even dabble in politics. Only time will tell.