Bill Engvall believes any one of the three remaining Dancing with the Stars' seventeenth-season couples could walk away with the mirror-ball trophy based on their stellar performances.

"They all deserve to win," the 56-year-old comedian told Us Weekly

Engvall and his Dancing with the Stars pro partner Emma Slater were eliminated during Monday night's show just before the finale. The couples that still remain are Jack Osbourne and partner Cheryl Burke, Corbin Bleu and partner Karina Smirnoff, and Amber Riley and partner Derek Hough.

"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."