Bailando 2011

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Bailando 2011
Bailando2011.jpg
The cast of Bailando 2011
Directed by Alejandro Ripoll
Presented by Marcelo Tinelli
Opening theme "Olé" by Gitanos
Country of origin Argentina
Original language(s) Spanish
Production
Executive producer(s) Guillermo Hoppe
Pablo Prada
Cinematography Gustavo Perezundo
Running time 70 mins. approx.
Broadcast
Original channel El Trece
Original run May 16, 2011 – December 22, 2011
Chronology
Preceded by Bailando 2010
Followed by Bailando 2012
External links
Website

Bailando 2011 was the seventh season of Bailando por un Sueño and was premiered on El Trece, on May 2011.[1] The list of contestants and dreamers was closed with a total of 30 pairs. This was the first edition of the country that has a pairing of two men and two women (José María Muscari in the male couple and Silvina and Vanina Escudero first and then Silvina Escudero and Sofía Pachano in the female) and the first time in the world that a contestant has dwarfism (Noelia Pompa), also like previous seasons the cast included international celebrities (Pamela Anderson, Mike Tyson and Larissa Riquelme).[2][3]

The jury was initially composed by Graciela Alfano, Flavio Mendoza, Moria Casán, Anibal Pachano, and Carmen Barbieri.[4][5] During weeks 5 and 6, Carmen left her place, and Marcelo Polino entered as a new permanent judge, after replace her in week 3.[6] But following the departure of Graciela Alfano, Carmen returned to the jury. Later Graciela came back to the jury to replace Carmen in Rotating room and Music from movies' round.[7]

The season premiere featured special appearances by Mariano Martinez, Carolina "Pampita" Ardohaín, Ariel "El Burrito" Ortega, the physician of Cuestión de Peso Alberto Cormillot and Griselda Siciliani, who performed dance routines during the show's opening. On May 17 began the competition and had a special guest; the Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho.[8] The premiere marked 37.1 points of rating, defeating all the competition.[9]

The season finale was aired on December 22. After two semifinals, former security guard Héctor "Tito" Speranza and the couple composed by singer Noelia Pompa and professional classic dancer Hernán Piquín, danced against each other four times that night: Reggaeton, Adagio, Latin pop and Electro dance. The winners were Noelia & Hernán, who got the 52.59% of the total public votes.[10]

Couples[edit]

Celebrity Notability Professional Partner Status
Rocío Marengo
Model and Vedette
Leonardo Piccinato
Eliminated 1st
by the 28.32%
Jorge "Locomotora" Castro
Boxer
Sofía Macaggi
Eliminated 2nd
by the 47.49%
Mike Tyson
Boxer
Lakiha Spicer
Withdrew
Hernán Cabanas
Soñando por Bailar 2011 runner-up
Dominique Pestaña
Eliminated 3rd
by the 43.27%
Model
Pamela Anderson
Actress and Model
Damian Whitewood
Withdrew
Cristina "La Negra" Galiano
Fabio "La Mole" Moli's wife
Fernando Castro
Eliminated 4th
by the 45.18%
Wanda Nara
Model
Withdrew
Jorge "Negrito" Luengo[a]
Television producer
Yanil García
Eliminated 5th
by the 36.75%
Nicole Neumann
Model
Nicolás Scillama
Eliminated 6th
by the 31.77%
Rocío Guirao Díaz
Model
Withdrew
Fabio "La Mole" Moli
Boxer
Mariana Conci
Eliminated 7th
by the 41.31%
Carolina "Pampita" Ardohaín[d]
Model
Carlos Bernal
Withdrew
José María Muscari
Actor and Theatrical producer
Emanuel González
Eliminated 8th
by the 18.41%
Daniel Gómez Rinaldi
Journalist
Ana Laura López
Eliminated 9th
by the 27.32%
Nicolás Riera
Actor and Singer
Judith Kovalovsky
Eliminated 10th
by the 28.64%
Vanina Escudero
Dancer and Model
Withdrew
Erika Mitdank
Model
Cristian Falcón
Eliminated 11th
by the 14.87%
Evangelina Anderson[e]
Model
Carlos Bernal
Eliminated 12th
by the 16.54%
Marcelo Iripino
Dancer and Choreographer
Georgina Tirotta
Eliminated 13th
by the 27.00%
Tony Kamo
Mentalist
Sol Giulietti
Eliminated 14th
by the 27.35%
Mónica González
José María Listorti's wife
Maximiliano D'Iorio
Eliminated 15th
by the 45.57%
Mónica Farro
Vedette
Christian Ponce
Eliminated 16th
by the 30.97%
Zaira Nara[c]
Model and Television presenter
Pier Fritzche
Eliminated 17th
by the 19.86%
Jimena Barón
Actress
Facundo Mazzei
Eliminated 18th
by the 38.22%
María Eugenia Ritó
Vedette
Nicolás Scillama[h]
Eliminated 19th
by the 15.18%
Denise Dumas
Television presenter
Alejandro Gallego
Eliminated 20th
by the 37.52%
Eugenia Lemos
Soñando por Bailar 2011 winner
Leonardo Piccinato[g]
Eliminated 21st
by the 25.91%
Larissa Riquelme
Model
Fernando Bertona
Eliminated 22nd
by the 44.37%
Adabel Guerrero
Vedette
Martín Whitencamp
Eliminated 23rd
by the 41.28%
Silvina Escudero
Model
Sofía Pachano[f]
Eliminated 24th
by the 26.76%
Anibal Pachano's daughter
Cinthia Fernández
Model
Gabriel Usandivaras
Eliminated 25th
by the 33.15%
Pedro "Peter" Alfonso
Television producer
Julieta Sciancalepore
Eliminated 26th
by the 43.02%
Patricia "Coki" Ramírez
Singer
Juan Leandro Nimo
Semifinalists
by the 42.57%
Paula Chaves[b]
Model
Pablo Juin
Semifinalists
by the 41.06%
Héctor "Tito" Speranza
Former Bodyguard of Ricardo Fort
Nadia Hair
Runners-Up
by the 47.41%
Hernán Piquín
Professional dancer
Noelia Pompa
Winners
by the 52.59%
Singer

Source:[1]

Scoring chart[edit]

Celebrity Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
Hernán P. & Noelia
1
46
50
47
36
39
44
50
33
40
44
41[8]
34
30
35
31
37
45
35
34
39
33
SAFE
6
7
Tito
2
39
38
28
28
33
35
37[5]
30
24
24
36
19
36
38
34
28
34
28
28
41
35
SAFE
7
1
Paula
3–4
*
37
30
31
40
38
41
39
30
43
40
42
44
34
35
34
40
33
SAFE
1
Coki
3–4
35
40
33
35
36
37
31
30
31
29
39
44
39
26
36
28
26
33
34
39
43
SAFE
2
Peter
5
35
45
41
39
38
30
40
30
38
42
29
34
25
38
41
28
26
33
34
40
46
ELIM
Cinthia
6
46
48
47
45
37
37
43
40
38
45
38
35
45
28
48
36
33
43
41
34
38
Silvina & Vanina
7
40
44
32
36
43
42
37
41[6]
43[6]
32
37
23
43
33
34
28
34
28
40
32
Adabel
8
48
47
35
39
44
33
43
40
36
43
38
37
42
40
34
34
26
40
28
Larissa
9
35
35
39[1]
34[1]
32
37
33
30
42
29
34
23
27
35
31
37
30
22
Eugenia
10
40
37
28
34
37
25
30
40
28
31
40
34
32
26
31
37
30
Denise
11
34
38
30
30
40
25
34
30
17
40[7]
34[7]
28
30
23
39[7]
34
M. Eugenia
12
40
39
40
37
32[2]
38
39
38
24
36
42
33
27
31
39
20
Jimena
13
48
38
35
42
36
40
33
32
40
45
34
39
42
31
31
Zaira
14
37
32
39
29
32
34
32
27
26
23
Mónica F.
15
44
45
39
33
39
35
31
32
34
34
44
28
37
26
Mónica G.
16
44
42
35
40
32
36
32[4]
27[4]
31[4]
37[4]
33
32
30
Tony
17
37
38
33
28
23
35
40
27
31
37
29
23
Marcelo
18
49
41
37
33
38
37
31
31
36
42
33
Evangelina
19
35
39
29
Erika
20
34
35
30
38
39
25
36
27
24
31
Nicolás
21
38
43
38
27
34
30
40
31
24
Daniel
22
31
35
30
35
27
29[3]
35[3]
27
José María
23
43
41
38
31
45
40
37
24
Pampita
N/A
42
36
Mole
24
44
43
34
31
33
39
23
Nicole
25
35
43
37
31
33
29
Rocío G.
N/A
44
44
40
34
32
40
Negrito
26
39
35
27
Wanda N/A
37
40
35
33
42
Negra
27
29
37
27
30
Pamela N/A
39
36
33
30
Hernán C. & Dominique
28
36
38
27
Mike N/A
42
38
Locomotora
29
43
35
Rocío M.
30
31
Red numbers indicate the lowest score for each week.
Green numbers indicate the highest score for each week.
     indicates the couple eliminated that week.
     indicates the couple was saved by the public.
     indicates the couple was saved by the jury.
     indicates the couple withdrew.
     indicates the winning couple.
     indicates the runner-up couple.
     indicates the semifinalists couples.
  • In the second duel Larissa Riquelme was replaced by Andrea Ghidone and Pamela Anderson by Virginia Gallardo.
  • In the ninth duel Denise Dumas was replaced by Sofía Zámolo.
  • Pamela Anderson & Damian Whitewood withdrew the competition in Round 4. As they were sentenced, the new permanent couple that was replacing them (Paula Chaves & Pablo Juín) was saved by the judges.
  • From the round 11 Vanina Escudero was replaced by Sofía Pachano.
  • In round 22, all the teams danced Acrobatic Salsa as they were in a sentence, so there were no scores. The safe couples, were the semifinalists

Highest and lowest scoring performances[edit]

The best and worst performances in each dance according to the judges' marks are as follows:

Dance Best dancer(s) Best score Worst dancer(s) Worst score
Latin pop Marcelo Iripino 49 Cristina "La Negra" Galiano 29
Cha-cha-cha Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 50 Daniel Gómez Rinaldi
Erika Mitdank
Larissa Riquelme
Jorge "Locomotora" Castro
35
Adagio Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa
Cinthia Fernández
47 Cristina "La Negra" Galiano
Hernán Cabanas & Dominique Pestaña
27
Axé Cinthia Fernández 45 Nicolás Riera 27
Reggaeton José María Muscari 45 Tony Kamo 23
Cumbia Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 44 Denise Dumas
Eugenia Lemos
Erika Mitdank
25
Pole dance Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 50 Fabio "La Mole" Moli 23
Latin adagio Álvaro "Waldo" Navia & Vanina Escudero 41 José María Muscari 24
Cuarteto Álvaro "Waldo" Navia & Vanina Escudero 43 Denise Dumas 17
Disco Cinthia Fernández
Jimena Barón
45 Héctor "Tito" Speranza 24
Strip dance Mónica Farro 44 Evangelina Anderson
Pedro "Peter" Alfonso
Tony Kamo
29
Electro dance Coki Ramírez 44 Héctor "Tito" Speranza 19
Merengue Cinthia Fernández 45 Pedro "Peter" Alfonso 25
Music videos Adabel Guerrero
Paula Chaves
40 Denise Dumas 23
Aquadance Cinthia Fernández 48 Zaira Nara 23
Arabic music Paula Chaves 44 María Eugenia Ritó 20
Dancing in the rain Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 45 Pedro "Peter" Alfonso
Adabel Guerrero
26
Adagio from telenovelas Cinthia Fernández 43 Larissa Riquelme 22
Tribute to Gilda and Rodrigo Cinthia Fernández 41 Adabel Guerrero
Héctor "Tito" Speranza
28
Rotating room Héctor "Tito" Speranza 41 Silvina Escudero & Sofía Pachano 32
Music from movies Pedro "Peter" Alfonso 46 Paula Chaves
Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa
33

Styles, scores and songs[edit]

Secret vote is in bold text.

May[edit]

June[edit]

July[edit]

August[edit]

September[edit]

October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

Duel[edit]

Semifinal and Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lista de participantes de bailando 2011
  2. ^ "José María Muscari: "Voy a integrar la primera pareja gay del Bailando"" (in Spanish). Ciudad.com.ar. 2011-01-14. Retrieved 2011-05-19. 
  3. ^ "Hernán Piquín bailará con la enana Noelia en Bailando 2011" (in Spanish). Ciudad.com.ar. 2011-04-14. Retrieved 2011-05-19. 
  4. ^ "Ya se están preparando…" (in Spanish). Canal 13. 2011-04-06. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  5. ^ "Showmatch: jurado renovado y visitas internacionales" (in Spanish). El Argentino. 2011-05-18. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  6. ^ "Marcelo Polino habló de la salida de Carmen de Bailando 2011" (in Spanish). Infobae. 2011-06-30. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 
  7. ^ "Sorpresivo regreso de Graciela Alfano a Bailando 2011" (in Spanish). Ciudad.com.ar. 2011-12-09. Retrieved 2011-12-23. 
  8. ^ "Con Mike Tyson y Ronaldinho, arrancó el Bailando 2011" (in Spanish). El Comercio. 2011-05-18. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  9. ^ "ShowMatch 37.1 puntos, Susana Giménez 15.3" (in Spanish). Teleshow. 2011-05-17. Retrieved 2011-05-18. 
  10. ^ "Hernán Piquín y Noelia Pompa, ganadores del Bailando 2011" (in Spanish). La Nación. 2011-12-23. Retrieved 2011-12-23. 

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