Full marks for Luca and Christina
Tijan & Kathrin with the Viennese waltz
The first thing to do is Tijan Njie and Kathrin Menzinger. They pull the Viennese waltz. The professional dancer sees an advantage in that she always repeats the dances she has already learned to warm up. The jury still did not give full marks. You collect 25 points. In the end, the jury’s verdict and calls were not enough – Tijan missed the final.
Lili & Massimo with the Charleston
Lili Paul-Roncalli pulls the Charleston at the dance raffle. That is not so far behind with her and Massimo Sinató. Only in the last show did they dance the 4/4 dance. The jury hardly had anything to complain about and awarded a whopping 28 points.
Moritz & Renata with the Rumba
Moritz Rans and Renata Lusin perform a soulful dance with the Rumba. However, the climber admits that he has already forgotten some dances from the previous shows. He has 90 seconds to recall the rumba. Although he succeeded, Joachim Llambi would have expected more and saw significantly more weaknesses than the other couples. The jury gave it a total of 23 points.
Luca & Christina with the Cha Cha Cha
Luca Hänni was the last ball left: The Cha Cha Cha. Luck luck – he and Christina Luft only danced last week. Luca makes the builder and asks: “Can we do it?” The dance couple, however, agree: “Jo, we can do it.” And although Christina Luft loses her shoe during the performance, there are cheers for the two. The Cha Cha Cha was even better than last week. In jury points this makes the full 30 points.
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