"With Jack and Corbin and Amber, it's going to be a hell of a finale. It'll be fun to watch, to see them do what they do," Engvall said of Tuesday night's finale broadcast that will air from 9-11PM ET/PT on ABC.
As far as his own experience goes on the reality dancing competition, he noted he has "no regrets, at all."
"I feel wonderful. I feel proud," he told Us. "Like Emma said, when you get this close [to the end], you're not human if you're not looking at the trophy, but we won. We won in so many ways."
One way that Engvall reportedly won is that he lost a total of 25 pounds over the course of the season, giving him the confidence to take his shirt off following his final freestyle routine with Slater.
"If I hadn't lost the weight I wouldn't have done it!" Engvall said. "But I was watching the video [prior to dancing] and I said something like, 'If this is my last dance, you'll know Bill Engvall was here.' And I thought, 'If this thing goes well, I'm doing it.' We finished the routine and I just ripped off my shirt!"
Engvall apparently plans to maintain his weight-loss now that the show's over and he'll no longer have physically-demanding dance rehearsals every day.
"I'm going to get an exercise bike now, so I let my knees take a rest," Engvall told the magazine. "The hardest part is going to be [that] I can't eat whatever I want anymore now. I've got to go back to being a normal person. It's been a truly once in a lifetime experience."
In addition, the comedian noted he can't wait to spend some alone time with his wife Gail Engvall in the coming days.
"I looked at her, and I said, 'I'm free!' And she said, 'I know.' I'm so looking forward to spending time with her," he explained. "I've got a couple of dates in Vegas and then we're going to Park City, and we're going to sit by a fire and have a glass of wine."