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Rumer Willis has some new ink, and it's all thanks to her victorious Dancing with the Stars run!
The starlet, 26, shared a shot of her new tattoo – a sketch of one of her performances on the ABC reality competition – Tuesday on Instagram.
"I got it because I really wanted to just have a reminder of the journey I went through. I don't think I've ever put so much – physically, mentally, emotionally – into anything, or wanted something so badly," Willis told PEOPLE Wednesday at the StarShop launch in New York City.
Val Chmerkovskiy may have recently scored the coveted mirror ball trophy, along with his partner Rumer Willis, as this season's Dancing with the Stars champs, but according to the professional dancer, that experience pales in comparison with the spin he got to take on Tuesday with another champion.
You can take the girl out of the ballroom ...
PEOPLE can exclusively announce that Dancing with the Stars' season 20 Mirrorball Trophy winner Rumer Willis will join the show's Dancing with the Stars: Live! Perfect Ten tour for 25 dates this summer, beginning June 13.
While cha cha-ing her way to victory with partner Val Chmerkovskiy, Willis "fell in love with dancing and ... didn't want to stop," she said in a press release for the tour.
"Val and I were lucky enough to have incredible fans that supported us throughout the entire show, and they are the reason we won. I can't wait to meet the fans and perform for them live."
There's nothing like a turn on Dancing with the Stars to kick the rumors of your love life into overdrive, as Rumer Willis has discovered.
However, she's taking it in stride. Following their Mirrorball Trophy win, Willis is still friendly with her pro partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, and late on Tuesday, she posted a cute Dubsmash of Chmerkovskiy's "audition" for the next Despicable Me movie.
Earlier that day, Chmerkovskiy and Willis were snapped enjoying a friendly lunch date in Beverly Hills.
"It's my ham, wooh!," Chris Soules yells at the camera.
"You have my keys?" Val Chmerkovskiy asks his dancer partner, Rumer Willis. "Because we can't perform without keys."
These statements weren't actually uttered backstage at Dancing with the Stars, but it really, really looks like they were in this hilarious new video, "Not Good Lip Reading – Dancing with the Stars," posted on the DWTS YouTube channel.
The premise is simple. The results? Magnificent.
Though Demi Moore once admitted that her daughter Rumer Willis' choice to compete on Dancing with the Stars had her "insides … screaming 'No,' " Moore's eldest daughter with Bruce Willis is now the proud owner of a Mirrorball Trophy.
Following Rumer's win, Moore Tweeted that she was "filled with love, pride and awe" for her daughter, as well as her pro partner, Val Chmerkovskiy.
Third place is the equivalent of winning for Noah Galloway.
After 10 weeks, 13 episodes and a two-hour finale highlighting them all, Dancing with the Stars season 20 is officially in the books, dance fans. And as usual, it was a season filled with countless incredible dances and a handful of painful ones, stars that made us roll our eyes and stars that made us cry, rewarding victories and astonishing exits, medical miracles and plenty of gratuitous Chmerkovskiy chest.
Before we get to the final fusion dances and the last, agonizing three minutes, let's take a look at that jam-packed first hour.
Spoilers from Dancing with the Stars' 20th season finale follow.
Patti LaBelle turned out some impressive moves during this season of Dancing with the Stars, but in an exclusive clip she shows off the voice that made her famous in the first place.
Performing her 2004 hit "2 Steps Away" was just a warm-up for LaBelle, 70, as she prepped for "Most Memorable Year" night on DWTS. That night, she would earn a solid 30 out of 40 points traveling back to 1973 and performing a jazz routine to her hit "Dan Swit Me."
Partner Artem Chigvintsev is just one of LaBelle's castmates, including Derek Hough and Suzanne Somers, watching in awe as the legend freestyles with the show's house band, Ray Chew Live.