Bước nhảy hoàn vũ

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Bước nhảy hoàn vũ
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Logo from 2013 onwards
Genre Reality television
Developed by VTV
Presented by Thanh Bạch (2010-2011)
Thanh Vân (2010, 2012)
Đoan Trang (2011)
Nguyên Vũ (2012)
Lương Mạnh Hải (2013-)
Đông Nhi (2013-)
Starring see below
Judges Khánh Thi
Chí Anh (2010-2012)
Nguyễn Quang Dũng (2010-2011)
Lê Hoàng (2010, 2013-)
Đức Huy (2011)
Trần Tiến (2011)
Quốc Bảo (2012)
Hồ Hoài Anh (2012)
Trần Ly Ly (2013-)
Country of origin Vietnam
Original language(s) Vietnamese
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 28 (As of 10 June 2012)
Production
Executive producer(s) Lại Văn Sâm
Camera setup multi-camera
Running time 90-120 min.
Production company(s) Cát Tiên Sa Production
Broadcast
Original channel VTV3
Original run April 11, 2010  – present
Chronology
Related shows Dancing Stars
Strictly Come Dancing
Dancing with the Stars
External links
Website

Bước nhảy hoàn vũ (literally Universal Steps) is a reality show produced by Vietnam Television and Cát Tiên Sa Production. The show originates from the BBC series Strictly Come Dancing and is a part of the international Dancing with the Stars franchise. The first season was set to air from April 11 to June 20, 2010 with 8 pairs of celebrities and professional dancers. The first elimination might take place on April 18. The show returned for its second season on April 17, 2011 and the third season on mid March, 2012.

The current panel of judges consists of Khánh Thi, Lê Hoàng and Trần Ly Ly, leaving Khánh Thi is the only original judge until this season. Lê Hoàng made a comeback after two seasons breaking. Former permanent judges were Chí Anh (from 2010 to 2012), Nguyễn Quang Dũng (2010 and 2011), Trần Tiến and Đức Huy (2011), Quốc Bảo and Hồ Hoài Anh (2012). Trần Ly Ly and Nguyễn Việt Tú were frequently special guest judges. Later, Trần Ly Ly was promoted to permanent judge in 2013 season.

Format[edit]

Former logo of Bước nhảy hoàn vũ in 2010
Former logo of Bước nhảy hoàn vũ in 2011-2012

The contestant pairs consist of a celebrity paired with a professional dancer. Past celebrity contestants include frequently supermodels, actors, dramatic actors, singers, and comedians. Each couple performs predetermined dances and competes against the others for judges' points and audience votes which carry equal weight. The couple receiving the lowest combined total of judges' points and audience votes is eliminated each week until only the champion dance pair remains. The celebrity will then be crowned The Dancing King/Queen.

The show is broadcast live every Sunday primetime on VTV3 and get the encore later on local channels and VTV4 - Channel for the oversea and foreigners / VTV6 - Channel for Youth as well. It is presented by Thanh Bạch and Thanh Vân, then from season 2 onwards Đoan Trang took Thanh Vân's place due to her pregnancy. The judging panel initially consisted of Khánh Thi, Chí Anh, Lê Hoàng and Nguyễn Quang Dũng. By the end of the first season/the beginning of second season, Quang Dũng had left the show and Lê Hoàng had confirmed to return but they didn't. Lê Hoàng stated to leave for Cặp đôi hoàn hảo. They all were replaced by Đức Huy and Trần Tiến in season 2. Under pressure from public critics, Trần Tiến with his stunts decided to quit after four-week judging and the producers got Quang Dũng back on the panel from the fifth week. In season 3, Thanh Vân got back her role on the show, meanwhile Thanh Bạch & Đoan Trang both left. Judges Đức Huy and Nguyễn Quang Dũng did not return, they are replaced by Quốc Bảo and a fourth guest judge each week.

The main singers on the show are Tiêu Châu Như Quỳnh, Hồ Trung Dũng, Lê Kim Ngân, Tuyết Mai, and Dương Ánh Linh. Since its beginning Trung Dũng, Như Quỳnh, Khánh Linh have been parts. Joining them later are Kim Ngân and Tuyết Mai. Nguyễn Ngọc Phương Trinh, Xuân Phú, Thảo Xuân, Mr. A and duets Khánh Dung & Nguyên Lộc appeared several times as replacements.

Judging panel
Judge Seasons
1 21 32 4 5
Khánh Thi
Trần Ly Ly
Chí Anh
Lê Hoàng
Nguyễn Quang Dũng
Đức Huy
Trần Tiến
Quốc Bảo
Hồ Hoài Anh

     Current
     Former
     Fourth guest judge

^1 Trần Tiến was a permanent judge from Week 1 through 3; Nguyễn Quang Dũng revived his role from Week 4.
^2 Quốc Bảo left the show after six weeks judging; Hồ Hoài Anh was his replacement.

Hosts
Host Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Nguyên Khang
Yến Trang
Thanh Bạch
Thanh Vân
Đoan Trang
Nguyên Vũ
Lương Mạnh Hải
Đông Nhi

     Current
     Former
     Guest host
     Previously a participant

Main series results[edit]

Season Premiere date Finale date Winning couple Runner-up couple Third place couple Other contestants (in order of elimination) Number of couples
1 April 11, 2010 June 20, 2010 Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir Gavrilov Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov Siu Black & Ivan Spasov Vũ Hoàng Điệp, Ngô Tiến Đoàn, Lương Mạnh Hải, Trần Quang Vinh, Hồng Quang Minh (aka Minh Béo) 8
2 April 17, 2011 June 3, 2011 Vũ Thu Minh & Lachezar Todorov Trần Thị Thủy Tiên & Petyo Stoyanov Lê Nguyên Vũ & Petya Dimitrova Hứa Vĩ Văn, Kim Hiền, Trần Huy Khánh, Vũ Thu Phương, Bùi Đại Nghĩa, Lê Thị Thanh Thúy, Phạm Anh Khoa 10
3 March 18, 2012 June 17, 2012 Lê Ngọc Minh Hằng & Atanas Georgiev Malamov Trương Nam Thành & Elena Hristova Hadzihristova Nguyễn Thị Anh Thư & Teodor Mitkov Zlatarev Huỳnh Đông, Vũ Thị Hoàng My, Quách Ngọc Ngoan, Trịnh Minh Quân, Bùi Thị Phương Thanh, Nguyễn Ngọc Thùy Trang (aka Vân Trang), Phan Tuấn Tú 10
4 March 23, 2013 May 25, 2013 Yến Trang & Tihomir Gavrilov Ngô Kiến Huy & Victoria Gencheva Lan Phương & Valeri Ivanov Ngọc Tình, Trương Thế Vinh, Maya, Hòa Hiệp, Bảo Anh, Hồ Vĩnh Khoa, Ngọc Quyên 10
5 January 11, 2014 TBA

Season 1: 2010[edit]

April 11 to June 20 2010, in order of elimination:

Celebrity Professional Result
Vũ Hoàng Điệp Nicolay Georgiev Nikolaev Week 2
Ngô Tiến Đoàn Paige Alexis Inman Week 3
Lương Mạnh Hải Anna Nikolaeva Silova Week 4
Trần Quang Vinh Valeriya Nikolaeva Nikolova Week 5
Hồng Quang Minh (aka Minh Béo) LiLi Boyanova Velichkova Week 6
Siu Black Ivan Kirilov Spasov Week 7 (Third place)
Cao Thị Đoan Trang Evgeni Lyubomirov Popov Runner-up
Ngô Thanh Vân Tihomir Romanov Gavrilov Winner

Season 2: 2011[edit]

April 17 to June 3 2011, in order of elimination:

Celebrity Professional Result
Hứa Vĩ Văn Anna Nikolaeva Silova Week 3
Kim Hiền Daniel Nikolov Denev Week 4
Trần Huy Khánh Tsveta Krasimirova Tsocheva Week 5
Vũ Thu Phương Tihomir Romanov Gavrilov Week 6
Bùi Đại Nghĩa Valeriya Nikolaeva Bozukova Week 7
Lê Thị Thanh Thúy Aleksandar Iliev Vachev Week 8
Phạm Anh Khoa Iva Ludmilova Grigorova Week 9
Lê Nguyên Vũ Petya Bozhidarova Dimitrova Week 10 (Third place)
Trần Thị Thủy Tiên Petyo Dimitrov Stoyanov Runner-up
Vũ Thu Minh Lachezar Stefanov Todorov Winner

Season 3: 2012[edit]

March 18 to June 17 2012, in order of elimination

Celebrity Professional Result
Vũ Thị Hoàng My Hristo Ivanov Grachki Week 3
Phan Tuấn Tú Vesela Kostadinova Nedyalkova Week 4
Quách Ngọc Ngoan Vesela Georgieva Dimova Week 5
Huỳnh Đông Rusina Boncheva Stefanova Week 6
Nguyễn Ngọc Thùy Trang (aka Vân Trang) Vasil Stoyanov Yovchev Week 7
Trịnh Minh Quân Nikoleta Ilkova Petrova Week 8
Bùi Thị Phương Thanh Ivan Nedyalkov Raykov Week 9
Nguyễn Thị Anh Thư Teodor Mitkov Zlatarev Week 10 (Third place)
Trương Nam Thành Elena Hristova Hadzihristova Runner-up
Lê Ngọc Minh Hằng Atanas Georgiev Malamov Winner

Season 4: 2013[edit]

March 23 to May 25 2013, in order of elimination

Celebrity Professional Result
Ngọc Tình Mihaela Pavlova Week 3
Trương Thế Vinh Ina Chokova Week 4
Maya Kristian Yordanov Week 5
Hòa Hiệp Vesela Midova Week 6
Bảo Anh Atanas Malamov Week 7
Hồ Vĩnh Khoa Anna Sildova Week 8
Ngọc Quyên Daniel Denev Week 9
Lan Phương Valeri Ivanov Week 10 (Third place)
Ngô Kiến Huy Victoria Gencheva Runner-up
Yến Trang Tihomir Gavrilov Winner

Season 5: 2014[edit]

From January 11

Professional dancers and their partners[edit]

Professional Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Season 5
Aleksandar Vachev Thanh Thúy CHOREOGRAPHER
Anna Sildova Lương Mạnh Hải Hứa Vĩ Văn Hồ Vĩnh Khoa
Atanas Malamov Minh Hằng Bảo Anh Thanh Vân
Daniel Denev Kim Hiền Ngọc Quyên Thu Thuỷ
Elena Hadzihristova Trương Nam Thành
Evgeni Popov Đoan Trang
Hristo Grachki Vũ Thị Hoàng My
Iva Grigorova Phạm Anh Khoa
Ivan Raykov Phương Thanh
Ivan Spasov Siu Black
Ina Chokova Trương Thế Vinh
Kristian Yordanov Maya Ngân Khánh
Lachezar Todorov Thu Minh
LiLi Velichkova Minh Béo
Mihaela Pavlova Ngọc Tình
Nicolay Nikolaev Vũ Hoàng Điệp
Nikoleta Petrova Minh Quân
Paige Inman Tiến Đoàn
Petya Dimitrova Nguyên Vũ
Petyo Stoyanov Thủy Tiên
Rusina Stefanova Huỳnh Đông
Teodor Zlatarev Anh Thư
Tihomir Gavrilov Ngô Thanh Vân Vũ Thu Phương Yến Trang
Tsveta Tsocheva Huy Khánh
Valeri Ivanov Lan Phương
Valeriya Bozukova Đại Nghĩa
Valeriya Nikolova Quang Vinh
Vasil Yovchev Vân Trang
Vesela Dimova Quách Ngọc Ngoan Hòa Hiệp
Vesela Nedyalkova Tuấn Tú
Victoria Gencheva Ngô Kiến Huy

Key:

     Male professional
     Female professional
     Winner of the season
     Runner-up of the season
     Third place of the season
     Last place of the season
     Withdrew in the season

Statistics[edit]

As of the end of season two Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir Gavrilov and Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov, both from the first season hold the record for most perfect scores with two perfect 40 out of 40.

The lowest that the judges have ever awarded was 26/40 to Vũ Hoàng Điệp & Nicolay Nikolaev for their Waltz.

The most tens record goes to Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir Gavrilov and Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov coincidentally. They tie at 27 tens, meanwhile the second season winning couple Vũ Thu Minh & Lachezar Todorov only gets 15 ones. For the best average score from judges to all contestants, Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir Gavrilov currently come first on top of the all-time board being 37.5/40 for their dances, followed by Vũ Thu Minh & Lachezar Todorov (36.7/40), Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov (36.5/40).

Highest and lowest scoring performances[edit]

Dance Couple Highest score Couple Lowest score
Argentine Tango
(season 1 & 4)
Ngọc Quyên & Daniel Denev 38 Hồ Vĩnh Khoa & Anna Sildova 33
Cha Cha Cha Siu Black & Ivan Spasov 38 Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov 28.5
Foxtrot Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov 40 Lương Mạnh Hải & Anna Sildova 30
Freestyle Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir Gavrilov
Trần Thị Thủy Tiên & Petyo Stoyanov
Lan Phương & Valeri Ivanov
40 Hứa Vĩ Văn & Anna Sildova 29
Jive Lê Thị Thanh Thúy & Aleksandar Vachev
Phạm Anh Khoa & Iva Grigorova
Ngô Kiến Huy & Victoria Gencheva
38 Vũ Thu Phương & Tihomir Gavrilov
Bảo Anh & Atanas Malamov
Ngọc Tình & Mihaela Pavlova
31
Paso Doble Trương Nam Thành & Elena Hristova Hadzihristova 40 Bảo Anh & Atanas Malamov 32
Quickstep Vũ Thu Minh & Lachezar Todorov 38 Ngô Tiến Đoàn & Paige Inman 30
Rumba Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir Gavrilov
Vũ Thu Minh & Lachezar Todorov
40 Vũ Hoàng Điệp & Nicolay Nikolaev 28
Samba Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov 40 Ngọc Tình & Mihaela Pavlova 29.3
Tango Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir Gavrilov 39 Trần Quang Vinh
Phạm Anh Khoa & Iva Grigorova
30
Viennese Waltza
(season 1)
Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov 35 N/A N/A
Waltz Cao Thị Đoan Trang & Evgeni Popov 39 Vũ Hoàng Điệp & Nicolay Nikolaev 26
  • ^Note a The routines were not applied for scoring. During the season 1 finale, Đoan Trang & Evgeni chose it as their favorite and got scored. So did Ngô Thanh Vân & Tihomir.

Champions' Ranks[edit]

Rank Celebrity Professional Partner Season Average score
1 Ngô Thanh Vân Tihomir Gavrilov 1 37.50
2 Minh Hằng Atanas Malamov 3 36.82
3 Thu Minh Lachezar Todorov 2 36.73
4 Yến Trang Tihomir Gavrilov 4 35.88

Runner-Ups' Ranks[edit]

Rank Celebrity Professional Partner Season Average score
1 Nam Thành Elena Hadzihristova 3 36.64
2 Đoan Trang Evgeni Popov 1 36.46
3 Ngô Kiến Huy Victoria Gencheva 4 35.28
4 Thủy Tiên Petyo Stoyanov 2 35.00

Third Place Ranks[edit]

Rank Celebrity Professional Partner Season Average score
1 Lan Phương Valeri Ivanov 4 35.98
2 Siu Black Ivan Spasov 1 35.80
3 Lê Nguyên Vũ Petya Dimitrova 2 35.55
4 Nguyễn Thị Anh Thư Teodor Zlatarev 3 34.82

Controversies[edit]

Unfair scores[edit]

In season 2 the case of Anh Khoa and Iva, all four judges gathered for quick break for discussion about giving scores unlike independently as usual.[1]

And to all seasons, judges are harshly criticized for giving generous scores very sentimentally based upon the case that contestants or partners' sickness, family's bad luck, not so serious injury and so on. That discriminates much against participants who have devoted their really faithful performances based upon hardworking rehearsal and upon creativity. Season 1 winner Ngô Thanh Vân showed disagreement that she would quit because of scoring unfairness.[2] Season 2 finallist Trần Thị Thủy Tiên expressed her feeling of wrong critics and bad scores.[3][4]

Phone voting/Textgate[edit]

In June 2011, the show hit the headlines when viewers were able to register telephone votes for a couple that effectively they could not save from the dance off irrespective of how many public votes were cast in their favour.[5][6] Some voters claimed that they couldn't send messages voting for Anh Khoa & Iva eliminated the same week during textgate open, when received conformatory text "Vui lòng nhắn tin bình chọn sau khi các thí sinh đã tham gia xong phần thi của mình. Xin chân thành cảm ơn" (literally: "Text after all performances done. Thank you for voting"). It is not clear if the "Thank you for voting" messages were incorrectly assigned, as if the replies were incorrectly assigned, votes would have been counted for the correct contestant despite the voters receiving the wrong "thank you" messages.[5][6] No message responded even 7 hours after texting was affirmed as well.[7]

All involved including the broadcaster, producers and textgate owner informed no errors during week 9 (June 26) in public press. They also revealed the out of phase of the text-gate with live audience which meant people could only text formally from 30 seconds up to a minute in normal mode after the announcement of hosts and clearly voting could be continued during short time when the gate was deemed closed.[6]

Cast members[edit]

Many celebrity are claimed the involving in the show like Phan Anh, Trương Ngọc Tình and Vĩnh Thụy of season 2 step by step replacing.[8][9] Moreover, Vĩnh Thụy reservedly or unreservedly quit regarding on the accusation of smuggling from Australia to Vietnam by air and the lawsuit filed against him.[10]

Timing violation[edit]

Every performance should be performed in 1.5 minutes according to standard practices in almost all versions Dancing with the Stars and in international competitions. In June 6, 2011 the length of Thu Minh's performance was deemed the longest and the shortest performance was that of Đại Nghĩa with only 1 minute 40 seconds.[11] Once again in June 26 and in the finale of season 2(July 3), Thu Minh & Lacho had additional performances.

Striptease[edit]

Tendency of undressing on stage was up gradually, beginning in the first week and accumulating in the finale. It is more focused on the "tease" in "striptease" than the "strip".[12] These actions are considered over-sexy, seductive and influence the culture in a bad manner.

Winner crowning[edit]

With 79 [with judges] and the percentage of votes is 46.02, scores 4 [in total]... the runner-up is Thủy Tiên

– said Đoan Trang[7]

There was much discussion in the communication industry about the real season two winner because there was confusion over the crowning. Initially, Đoan Trang revealed the runner-up, thus the other was the winner. Trang announced 79 scored by the runner-up. Moments that turned Thủy Tiên (who obviously scored 77) to the edge of glory and turned Thu Minh (who truly scored 79 out of possible 80) slightly blue was quickly stopped with the real name "Thủy Tiên", leading everyone got shocked.[13][14]

Under too much pressure, producers finally agreed to make a press conference in free will to give info about textgate in order to clarify everything. Mistakes of mis-crowning was caused by result paper as interpreted.[15]

Mimicking[edit]

On June 5, Thu Minh wowed the judging panel with her exotic dance concept that brought her two 10s for Samba. Later, it was revealed that the choreography and wardrobe she wore looked amazingly similar to those of Max Kozhevnikov and Yulia Zagoruychenko in the World Super Stars Dance Festival in 2006.[16] In sudden press reports earlier in the week, two main judges Khánh Thi and Chí Anh stated "mimicking is actually self mastering, is the creativity of Thu Minh and Lachezar".[17] Producers tried to help Thu Minh, claiming it was not Thu Minh's fault, that the wardrobe was made from our set of designers' ideas and gave no comment about the choreography.[18]

Producers' rigging[edit]

Jury carried half weight of the total score, the other half weight by audience's messages... and we don't know who classified these messages... Producers revealed how much, we only knew right that much... Finally, everything is just simply in the script.

– Hoàng Anh, Huy Khánh's ex-housewife said after his elimination[19]

Reportedly by various newspaper, producers rigged the show. Participants were eliminated as audience thought in an elimination order written in the screenplay. Hoàng Anh, who was Huy Khánh's ex-wife, used Facebook note for raising a tension with the producers after he was out of the race. She also reported Khánh had said to their kid to watch his elimination on Bước nhảy hoàn vũ on Sunday night prior to his elimination actually occurred.[19][20] Producers denied these claims as baseless, stating that there was officially a company collecting and analyzing messages, and the results were not be revealed by producers alone without VTV's permission.

Dance styles for seasons[edit]

Style Seasons
Argentine Tango 1
Broadway 3
Cha-cha-cha 1, 2, 3
Exhibition/Group dance 1, 2
Folk music 1, 2
Foxtrot 1, 2, 3
Freestyle 1, 2, 3
Jive 1, 2, 3
Mambo 3
Music from movies 3
Pasodoble 1, 2, 3
Quickstep 1, 2, 3
Rumba 1, 2, 3
Salsa 3
Samba 1, 2, 3
Tango 1, 2, 3
Viennese Waltz 1, 2, 3
Waltz 1, 2, 3

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'Kịch bản' Anh Khoa thay thế Thu Minh?", Người đưa tin, by: Bích Đào, date: 2011-07-03.
  2. ^ "Nhìn lại chặng đường tới cúp vàng của Ngô Thanh Vân", Dân Trí, by: Trần Trung Thành, date: 2010-06-21.
  3. ^ "Thủy Tiên lên tiếng về luồng tin bị giám khảo “xử ép”, Pháp luật & Xã hội, by: Vĩnh Duy, date: 2011-06-07.
  4. ^ "Khánh Thi khẳng định không 'xử ép' Thủy Tiên", vietnamnet.vn, by: Lan Châu, date: 2011-06-10.
  5. ^ a b "Kết quả Bước nhảy hoàn vũ không minh bạch", VnMedia, by: Gia Hoàng, date: 2011-06-28.
  6. ^ a b c "Sự thật bình chọn SMS Bước nhảy hoàn vũ", Vietnamnet, by Hồ Hương Giang, date: 2011-07-02.
  7. ^ a b "Điều đáng tiếc đêm chung kết Bước nhảy hoàn vũ", VnMedia, by: Tùng Huy, date: 2011-07-04.
  8. ^ "MC Phan Anh, Ngọc Tình lỡ hẹn với Bước nhảy hoàn vũ", bee.net.vn, by: Tuấn Khoa, date: 2011-03-16.
  9. ^ "Bước nhảy hoàn vũ nóng trở lại", Thanh Niên Online, by: Dạ Ly, date: 2011-03-18.
  10. ^ "Khởi tố siêu mẫu Vĩnh Thụy và 3 đồng phạm trong vụ án buôn lậu", Thanh niên, by: Thái Uyên & Trí An, date: 2011-03-24.
  11. ^ "Các bài thi Bước nhảy hoàn vũ vi phạm quy tắc thời gian",VnExpress, by: Tuy Can, date: 2011-06-06.
  12. ^ "Chung kết Bước nhảy hoàn vũ: 'Lột đồ' lên ngôi", VnMedia, by: Thu Phạm, date: 2011-07-04.
  13. ^ "Bước nhảy hoàn vũ suýt... trao nhầm danh hiệu vô địch", giaoduc.net.vn, by: Quách Trương, date: 2011-07-04.
  14. ^ "Sạn trong Bước nhảy hoàn vũ làm Thủy Tiên mừng hụt", laodong.com.vn, by: Anh Cường, date: 2011-07-04.
  15. ^ "Đoan Trang đọc nhầm điểm do ban thư ký in sai!", VnMedia, date: 2011-07-07.
  16. ^ "Nghi án Thu Minh đạo ý tưởng bài nhảy trong Bước nhảy hoàn vũ", Pháp luật Xã hội, by: Thanh Huyền, date: 2011-06-07.
  17. ^ "Không thể nói Thu Minh đạo ý tưởng", Dân Trí, by: N.H., date: 2011-06-07.
  18. ^ "Ban tổ chức bênh vực Thu Minh vụ đạo ý tưởng", VnMedia, by: Gia Hoàng, date: 2011-06-07.
  19. ^ a b "BNHV: Phản bác Hoàng Anh nghi ngờ bình chọn", Vietnamnet, by Lan Châu, date: 2011-05-27.
  20. ^ nhảy hoàn vũ có dàn xếp kết quả?, Người đưa tin, by: Đào Bích, date: 2011-06-08.

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