Bailando por un Sueño (Mexico)

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Bailando por un Sueño
Format reality series
Created by Televisa
Starring Adal Ramones
Liza Echeverría
Country of origin Mexico
Broadcast
Original channel Canal de las Estrellas
Original airing 2005

Bailando por un Sueño ("Dancing for a dream") is a reality series on the Mexican television network Canal de las Estrellas, in which celebrities are partnered with common, everyday people with dreams they want to fulfil, who each week compete against each other in a competition to impress a panel of judges. In each show, the two couples who receive the lowest score go head to head against each other to survive potential elimination. Through a telephone poll, viewers vote who should stay and who should go, the results of the poll being combined with the ranking of the panel of judges. The process continues until there are only two couples standing. Rather than the promise of a large cash prize, the winner gets a previously stated wish granted. The show is also broadcast in the United States on Univision. This Includes a lot of famous actors and actresses from Latin America

On Air[edit]

Hosts[edit]

Dance Judges[edit]

Singing Judges (El Show de Los Sueños)[edit]

Contestants[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Contestants Cycle 2[edit]

Season 2[edit]

Reyes de la Pista "Kings of the (Dance) Floor"'[edit]

Challenge between the top 3 couples from the first and second seasons.

El Show de los sueño: Sangre de Mi Sangre[edit]

Season 1

  • Pee Wee, singer (partnered with "Las Fuentes"- Winners
  • Gloria Trevi, singer (partnered with Mario Alberto and Amadita "Los Arredondo")- Runner-up'
  • Kalimba, singer (partnered with Francisco and Natali "Los Olvera" ) - Eliminated - Eliminated 6th (3rd place)
  • María José, singer (partnered with Noé and Thalía "Los Vargas") - Eliminated 5th (4th place)
  • José Manuel Figueroa, singer (partnered with Beatriz and Andrea "Las Franco") - Eliminated 4th (5th place)
  • Edith Marquez, actress/singer (partnered with Saúl and Edgar "Los Alvidrez") - Eliminated 3rd (6th place)
  • Ernesto D’lessio, actor/singer (partnered with Ana Karen and Mayra "Las Anaya") - Eliminated 2nd (7th place)
  • Ilse, singer (partnered with Hugo and Penelope "Los Camacho") - Eliminated 1st (8th place)

El Show de los sueños: Amigos del Alma[edit]

Season 2

  • Priscila, singer (partnered with Irvin and Carlos "Los Chucitos") - Winners
  • Nigga/Flex, singer (partnered with Kassandra and Ana "Las Acereras") - Runners-up
  • Alan Estrada, actor and singer (partnered with "Luca and Jorge") - Eliminated 7th (3rd place)
  • Sheila, actress and singer (partnered with Rubén and Sergio"Los Troyanos") - Eliminated 6th (4th place)
  • Ninel Conde, actress and singer (partnered with Nancy and Alejandro "Los Elegidos")- Eliminated 5th (5th place)
  • Mariana Seoane, actress and singer (partnered with Karen and Óscar "Los Cuaresmeños") - Eliminated 4th (6th place)
  • José Manuel Zamacona e Hijo, singer (partnered with Beatriz and Ishla "Las Pinkys") - Eliminated 3rd (7th place)
  • Iskander, singer (partnered with Claudia and Carmen "Las Peques") - Eliminated 2nd (8th place)
  • Rodrigo Fernández, singer (partnered with Mayte y Angelo "Los Cazasonrisas") - Eliminated 1st (9th place)

Reyes del Show[edit]

  • Pee Wee, singer (partnered with Adriana and Susana "Las Fuentes") Winners of 1 Million Dollars
  • Gloria Trevi, singer (partnered with Mario Alberto and Amadita "Los Arredondo")Runners-up
  • Kalimba, singer (partnered with Francisco and Natali "Los Olvera" )Eliminated 4th (3rd place)
  • Priscila, singer (partnered with Irvin and Carlos "Los Chucitos")Eliminated 3rd (4th place)
  • Alan Estrada, actor and singer (partnered with "Luca and Jorge")Eliminated 2nd (5th place)
  • Nigga/Flex, singer (partnered with Kassandra and Ana "Las Acereras")Eliminated 1st (6th place)

Season 1

  • Pee Wee, singer (partnered with Adriana and Susana "Las Fuentes") - Winners
  • Gloria Trevi, singer (partnered with Mario Alberto and Amadita "Los Arredondo") - Runners-up
  • Kalimba, singer (partnered with Francisco and Natali "Los Olvera" ) - Eliminated - (3rd place)

Season 2

  • Priscila, singer (partnered with Irvin and Carlos "Los Chucitos") - Winners
  • Nigga/Flex, singer (partnered with Kassandra and Ana "Las Acereras") - Runners-up
  • Alan Estrada, actor and singer (partnered with "Luca and Jorge") - (3rd place)

Bailando por México[edit]

After the success of Bailando por un sueño a side show called Bailando por México was prepared on the same year. The contestants were:

Cantando Y bailando Por Un Sueno De Navidad This was a one episode show feutering six contestants (both of them famous) to accomplish a dream to save a small town.

Judges:

  • Ema Pulido, Judge from Bailando Por un Sueno, Reyes de la Pista, and Bailando por la Boda de mis Suenos
  • Roberto Mitzuko, Judge from Bailando Por un Sueno, Reyes de la Pista, and Bailando por la Boda de mis Suenos
  • Ricardo Montaner, Judge from Cantando por un Sueno and Reyes de la Cancion
  • José José, Singer

Contestants:

  • Kika Edgar (Cantando por un Sueno contestant) and Diego Vrdaguer, Singer---Winners
  • Rocio Banquells (Winner of the third season of Cantando Por Un Sueno)and Mauricio Martinez, 2nd place
  • Raquel Bigorra (Winner of the second season of Cntando Por Un Sueno) and Napoleon, Singer, 3rd place
  • Emir Pabon (Bailando Por La Boda De Mis Suenos contestant)and Arianna, Singer, 4th place
  • Eduardo Capetillo (Singer and Actor) and Dulce, singer, 5th place
  • Maya Karuna (Cantando Por Un Seuno contestant) and Sergi Fchelli, actor, 6th place

In Panama[edit]

MEDCOM, with assistance from Televisa is airing the Panamanian version of Bailando por un Sueño. This version is nearly identical to the Mexican version of the show. It is aired on Mondays at 8:30pm.

It is a hit among the TV shows in Panama.

In Ecuador[edit]

GAMAVISION, bought the Copyrights to air every Sunday Night the Ecuadorian version of Bailando por un Sueño. The show has the same rules, the same technique, and the same purpose, dancing so at the end, the =a Local Artist with his/her partner can help their "Soñador" (dreamer) to accomplish his dream. The show has been a success and is currently airing its Second Season

In Costa Rica[edit]

A Costa Rican version of Bailando por un Sueño first aired on Canal 7 in July 2007 and is now finished, though there might me a Second Season. The winners were Hazel Linares and Mauricio Hoffman. They were against Shirley Alvarez and her dreamer.

In El Salvador[edit]

The Salvadoran version of Bailando por un Sueño aired on April 6 at 7:00pm on Canal 4 from El Salvador and now its finish.

In Perú[edit]

The Peruvian version of Bailando por un Sueño aired on June 7 at 10:00pm on Channel 5 "Panamericana" from Perú. It was hosted by Gisela Valcarcel. It was very successful as the other countries. Mariella Zanetti interprets her on a parody.

In Romania[edit]

Dansez pentru tine (English: "Dancing for you") is currently aired on PRO TV and hosted by Stefan Banica Jr. and Iulia Vantur.

Winners:

S Celebrity
1 Andra (singer/TV hostess)
2 Victor Slav (TV host)
3 Cosmin Stan (TV host)
4 Alex (singer)
5 Andreea Bălan (singer)
6 Giulia (singer)
7 Monica Irimia (Cheeky Girls) (singer)
8 Jean de la Craiova (singer)
9 Cătălin Moroşanu (kickboxer)
10 Octavian Strunila (actor)

Legal controversy[edit]

In September 2011, Italy's Canale 5 (owned by Mediaset) launched a series called Baila,[1] based on Bailando por un Sueno. The owners of Dancing With The Stars, BBC Worldwide, and local presenter Milli Carlucci took Mediaset to court, arguing that Baila infringed the rights of Dancing With The Stars.[2] The court agreed, finding that the addition of 'dreamers' was not a sufficient difference in the format, and a later court upheld that judgement in November 2011.[3] Baila was quickly taken off air.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.tv.mediaset.it/canale5/baila/
  2. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-14989646
  3. ^ http://www.tvblog.it/post/33183/la-bbc-vince-il-ricorso-contro-mediaset-e-endemol-per-baila-decisione-storica-e-internazionale

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