Quite a few spectators couldn’t get enough of this year’s Let’s Dance Ensemble on Friday! As in the previous year, the professional dancers competed against each other again in ten different venues yesterday after Massimo Sinató (39) won the regular show season with his prominent protégé Lili Paul-Roncalli (22). In advance there was criticism of the show because the popular dancer and previous year’s winner Ekaterina Leonova (33) was excluded from the competition – nevertheless, a large audience tuned in to see which pair was ahead.
During 2019, around 2.67 million people tuned in as Ekaterina and Massimo Sinató won the “Let’s Dance” professional challenge, the dancers were able to convince even more: 3.32 million people watched how DWDL reported 1.12 million of them from the relevant target group of 14 to 49 year olds. Overall, this gave a good 15.6 percent market share. The format was convincing even without Ekat, and her colleague Christina Luft (30) and Christian Polanc (42) finally emerged victorious in 2020 with a mix of Paso Doble, Flamenco, Samba, Salsa, Tango Argentino and Rumba.
It remains exciting now whether both winners of the Challenge can redeem their winnings – according to the rules, Christina and Christian 2021 choose a prominent dance partner at the get-to-know-show. In the end it was only this year Massimo reserved: Ekat was also not part of the professional squad in season 13. With these odds, it seems pretty certain that the upcoming episodes of the dance show will also end with a professional challenge.
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