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Bailando por un Sueño: Second World Championship
« on: May 30, 2010, 09:11:27 PM »
It's a special version of "Bailando por un Sueño" made in Mexico, with pairs from 10 different countries, and some of them had competed in the version of "Dancing..." or "Bailando..." in their own country



The contestants from this year are:


Alessandra Rosaldo - MEXICO
She is an actress and singer. She won the 2nd season of Bailando por un Sueño Mexico
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Luis David de los Ángeles


Charlie Bruce - UK
She is a professional dancer. She won the 1st season of So You Think You Can Dance? UK
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Benjamin Jones


Delly Madrid - PERU
She is a model and TV Host. She finished in 4th place in the 2nd season of Bailando por un Sueño Peru
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Kervin Valdizan


Elena Grinenko - US
She is a professional dancer. She was the professional dancer in the 3rd and 4th season of Dancing with the Stars US
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Paul Barris


Laura Cosoi - ROMANIA
She is an actress and model. She was a contestant in the 5th season of Dansez pentru tine Romania
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Bogdan Boanta


María Cecilia Sánchez - COLOMBIA
She is an actress. She won the first season of Bailando por un Sueño Colombia
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Jaime Rincón


Michael Wentink - SOUTH AFRICA
She is a professional dancer and model. He was a jury in the first season of Superdance South Africa
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Beata Onefater


Raquel Ortega - SPAIN
She is a professional dancer. She was the proffesional dancer in different seasons of Mira quien Baila Spain
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Kim Solé


Sevy Villete - FRANCE
She is an actress and dancer. She didn't compete in any season of "Bailando..." or "Dancing..."
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Maxime Dereimez


Valeria Archimó - ARGENTINA
She is a dancer and actress. She made it to the semifinals in the 5th season of Bailando por un Sueño Argentina
PROFESSIONAL DANCER: Juan Leandro Nimo

Also each country has a member in the jury:
*Wilmark Rizo (Romania)
*Rossana Lignarolo (Colombia)
*Jonaid Carrera (South Africa)
*Rafael Amargo (Spain)
*Hugo Gómez (Argentina)
*Latin Lover (Mexico)
*Stuart Bishop (UK)
*Carolina Vigil (Peru)
*Nick Kosovich (US)
*Bérénice Bel (France)

Each week the 10 pairs dance 2 different rythms. The jury give them a score and the lowest and the highest score are automatically cancelled, so the total is out of 160 (80 each). The 2 pairs with the lowest scores are up for eviction and will dance again in the next week and the member of the jury vote to evict one of them.

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Re: Bailando por un Sueño: Second World Championship
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2010, 09:16:20 PM »
The show has started 4 weeks ago, on 9th May. Here a bit recap about the show:

1st Live Show - 9th May

The 10 pairs were presented to the public and they danced a Demonstration Dance.

Valeria & Leandro from Argentina were the highest score with Tango, and chose Disco for the next week

2nd Live Show - 16th May

All the pairs danced Disco this week. María Cecilia & Jaime (COlombia) and Laura & Bogdan (Romania) were the lowest scores and were up for eviction

3rd Live Show - 23rd May

It was announced that Charlie Bruce from UK withdrew from the competition due to an injury in her leg. Benjamin, her professional partner had to dance by his own during this live show.

At the duel, COLOMBIA was voted out with 7 out of the 8 votes from the Jury.

Benjamin (UK) and Elena & Paul (US) were the lowest scores and were up for eviction. However, due to a complaint from the UK team, it was announced that Argentina, Romania and Spain were penalized with 8 points due to exceed the number of permited lifts. With this penalization, Argentina and Romania finished with the same points as UK, so they are up for eviction too. So ARGENTINA, ROMANIA, UK and US are up for eviction this week
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Re: Bailando por un Sueño: Second World Championship
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2010, 05:23:16 PM »
any updates on this show?

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Re: Bailando por un Sueño: Second World Championship
« Reply #3 on: July 11, 2010, 06:35:49 PM »
any updates on this show?
I'm sorry, I wasn't able to watch the show for the last weeks due to my exams.

Today it will be the final. Argentina, Mexico, Spain and US are the finalists.

There were some controversies this seasons. For example the South African team decided to leave the competition due to disagreements with the production, and the producers were really mad about it, and I watched an ad where the host was really angry about them. Also last week the French dancer, Sevy, couldn't perform her dances due to an injury, so her coreographer dance in her place, but the judges decided that it wasn't fair for the others, and they didn't score them.

I think either Mexico or Argentina will win.

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Re: Bailando por un Sueño: Second World Championship
« Reply #4 on: July 12, 2010, 03:03:33 PM »
Finally the US team won the Championship. Spain finished as the runner-up, Argentina in 3rd place and México in 4th.

The Argentinian team were really angry because of the way they were evicted. The 3 teams tied after the 2nd round and the producers decided that the jury had to evict one team, without any extra dance.

I'm happy for the family of the winner team, they won a house, so they must be really happy now

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Re: Bailando por un Sueño: Second World Championship
« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2010, 11:39:51 PM »
so a professional dancer won with a...professional dancer? how's that fair when one part is considered to be an amateur? ???
I think South America really misses the point of these shows honestly  ;D

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Re: Bailando por un Sueño: Second World Championship
« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2010, 12:06:04 AM »
so a professional dancer won with a...professional dancer? how's that fair when one part is considered to be an amateur? ???
I think South America really misses the point of these shows honestly  ;D
Almost all the celebrities were professional dancers, only the celebrities from Colombia, Romania and Peru were not dancers.

I think next year they should put only professional dancers from each country. The final was amazing, with a pretty high dance level, and it was so enjoyable to watch