In the first edition after the Easter break, “Let's Dance” saw celebrities dancing vigorously again. The star also had to say goodbye in the 5th live show.

Let's Dance is back from Easter break. On April 5, ten celebrities took to the studio floor with their professional dancers, but as usual, it was time for the farewell dance. In its current fifth edition at RTL and
RTL+ finally had to dance Stefano Zarrella (33), although the well-rehearsed jury trio of Jorge González (56), Motsi Mabuse (42) and Joachim Llambi (59) didn't give him even the least points for the dance. .

Let's Dance: Best performance after best performance

Influencer Ann-Kathrin Bendixen (24) was allowed to float over the dance floor as the first candidate of the evening. In keeping with his social media moniker “Monkey on Bike,” he and his dance pro Valentin Lusin, 37, performed a playful quickstep for Tones and I hit “Dance Monkey.” Bendixen thought it was great. “You've improved tremendously,” Mabuse praised. The personal best was rewarded with 16 points.

Things became much calmer with a slow waltz between host Jana Wosnitza, 30, and Vadim Garbuzov, 36, which earned the dancing couple 29 points – including head critic Llamb's top individual score of ten. Wosnitza wanted her dance to be remembered by the audience – and at least with González, she succeeded. Only Mabuse drew nine. Next column from celebrity dancer Detlef D! However, Soost (53) and fan favorite Jekaterina Leonova (36) were “simply perfect” for the jury. González has never seen such passion from a male candidate during the dance – also 29 points.

First 30 points of the season

Influencer Sophia Thie (29) had a hard time playing the role of a seducer next to Alexandru Ionel (29) in her “final opponent” Tango. During the show, Llambi was also “a little disappointed”, while the rest of the jury encouraged the celebrity candidate and 19 points was enough. It was a complete physical effort by singer Lulu (32) and Massimo Sinató (43), who even slightly injured their hands during the Charleston. Despite the failed lifting figure, 27 points were collected because the jury considered the dance itself sensational.

Actors Mark Keller (58) and Kathrin Menzinger (35) showed a slow fox to Frank Sinatra, who of course had a hard time after this top performance. Despite some criticism, Mabuse's “Gentleman with Swag” scored 23 points. Gabriel Kelly, 22, was then allowed to try the tango to a version of Metallica's 'Nothing Else Matters'. Together with the dancer Malika Dzumaev (33), the singer gave a captivating performance, which some spectators could even forget in their laps of a bag of chips. 30 points for current favorite Llambi, the first of the season.

“Totally crazy” for Mabus, which the candidates also showed this time. In a powerful interim, authors Biyon Kattilathu (39) and Marta Arndt (34) also presented a significant improvement over the previous show. Instead of just twelve points, there were 23 points on Friday. Comedian Tony Bauer (28) and Anastasia Stan (26) also scored 23 points with their Viennese waltz. “That's the Tony we want to see,” Llambi confirmed. At the end, there was a vigorous samba from Zarrella and Mariia Maksina (27) in the advanced class. González stated of the increased level: “Today there is a fight. You fought. It was good.” The performance was rewarded with at least 19 points.

At the end, a small surprise awaited the candidates. There is a change of partners and new specialists are assigned to the celebrities. But Zarrella doesn't live to see it all. He obviously didn't fight enough for the audience.

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