Laurie Hernandez has becme one of America's sweethearts with her victory with Team USA in the 2016 Olympics. Riding her celebrity, the 16-year-old was casted as a competitor on the competition series "Dancing With The Stars." While this season had stiff competition, the 16-year-old came, saw and conquered!

According to the New York Post, Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez can add a “Dancing with the Stars” crown to her 2016 haul after becoming the youngest dancer to win the ABC reality competition.

Last night, the 16-year-old gymanst and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy received a perfect score for one of their dances during the finale and 38 points out of a possible 40 for another. The duo beat out Canadian race car driver James Hinchcliffe and his partner, Sharna Burgess, for the crown. Former NFL star wide receiver Calvin Johnson and partner Lindsay Arnold came in third.

Hernandez told host Tom Bergeron that the trophy is another step in her goal to “inspire others” as she goes on with her journey.

Fox News Latino reports Hernandez said the most challenging aspect of the competition was not the physicality.

“The heels played a big role. For gymnastics you’re barefoot 100 percent of the time,” she said.

According to USA Today, Chmerkovskiy, now a two-time pro champ, says he finds Hernandez inspiring and hopes others, especially younger fans, do too.

"I wanted to set an example through her … for her generation that anything is possible. To stay hungry, to stay humble, she's a testament to that," said Chmerkovskiy, just before he joined Hernandez and fellow dancers on an overnight flight to New York and an appearance Wednesday on ABC's Good Morning America.

Hernandez agreed. "I do want to inspire others…When I was a little kid, I looked up to other people, so I hope I can inspire little kids."

The new champ praised her fellow finalists as the "most amazing competitors" and former NFL star Johnson said he was happy for Hernandez. "She was outstanding this season."

A huge congratulations goes out to Laure Hernandez. Keep shining girl!