"It's been an amazing season... It is rigorous," the actor and singer said during a Wednesday appearance on Good Morning America with his professional partner Lindsay Arnold by his side.
"All the work and the time and the blood, sweat and the tears, to be rewarded for that -- especially with somebody that is so deserving -- it's been the most amazing process. I would do it all over again tomorrow."
Jordan and Lindsay were frontrunners throughout the whole competition, but their journey definitely had some bumps along the way.
Jordan, for instance, suffered a corneal abrasion thanks to a fingernail scratching his eye, and Lindsay injured her knee in rehearsal that left her with a knee brace for the remainder of the season.
But the couple's apparent chemistry and love of performance outweighed the struggle of preparing for each dance every week. It also helped that Jordan was a natural onstage.
"Immediately, Day 1, we both felt [a spark]. We immediately became friends, and that to me, is the most important thing," Lindsay said on GMA.
"But the thing that excited me the most about Jordan is week after week, I expected a lot from him, and he always delivered! Never once -- He's probably the only partner I've had that never said he couldn't do something. He always went for it."
Lindsay continued, "I asked a lot of him, but he never said no! And I appreciated that because I was able to do things this season that I never thought I could do. So, I'm very grateful."
Jordan also said on the show with a laugh that he's going to use his mirrorball trophy as the centerpiece of his family's Thanksgiving dinner table.
Although Season 25 has come to an end, Jordan has joined the show's upcoming Dancing with the Stars Live! tour, which kicks off December 30.