After the controversies and discussions of last week, the show starts again
After the tensions, discussions and controversies, Dancing with the Stars returns today for the third episode broadcast on Raiuno. Last Saturday, the program hosted by Milly Carlucci ended with the argument between Selvaggia Lucarelli, member of the jury, and Simona Izzo, wife of Ricky Tognazzi ‘accused’ of being too much of a protagonist from outside the competition. As a corollary, with certainly lighter tones, the discussion between Lucarelli and Teo Mammucari, star of the first two evenings but – according to some jurors – more character than competitor.
They are Maria Chiara Giannetta and Pierpaolo Spollon, the two most loved faces of the Blanca 2 drama on Rai 1, the dancers for a night in the new appointment of the program.
In the competition, the couples Lino Banfi and Alessandra Tripoli; Sara Croce – Luca Favilla; Antonio Caprarica-Maria Ermachkova; Rosanna Lambertucci – Simone Casula; Teo Mammucari – Anastasia Kuzmina; Carlotta Mantovan – Moreno Porcu; Paola Perego – Angelo Madonia; Lorenzo Tano and Lucrezia Lando; Giovanni Terzi – Giada Lini; Ricky Tognazzi – Tove Villfor; Simona Ventura – Samuel Peron; Wanda Nara – Pasquale La Rocca.
The performances will be evaluated by the jury led by Carolyn Smith. Alongside her, Guillermo Mariotto, Fabio Canino, Ivan Zazzaroni and Selvaggia Lucarelli. Then there is room for the judgment of the tribunes of the people: Rossella Erra, Simone Di Pasquale and Sara Di Vaira. They are entrusted with the task of rewarding the competitors penalized by the Jury of experts. Alongside the jury here is Alberto Matano, host of “Vita in Diretta” and custodian of the “treasure”. The audience at home also has a fundamental role, given that throughout the live broadcast they will be able to vote for their favorite couple through the official social profiles of Dancing with the Stars.
As always, a couple could be eliminated at the end of the episode, but all of them, after a few weeks, will have the opportunity to return to the competition.