El Musical de tus Sueños

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El musical de tus Sueños
Elmusicaldetussueños.jpg
Logo of El Musical de tus Sueños
Directed by Alejandro Ripoll
Presented by Marcelo Tinelli
Country of origin Argentina
Production
Running time 150 mins. approx.
Broadcast
Original channel El Trece
Original run August 24, 2009 – December 17, 2009
Chronology
Preceded by Bailando Kids
Followed by Bailando 2010

El Musical de tus Sueños was an alternate Argentine season of Bailando por un Sueño and was hosted by Marcelo Tinelli. The show was not the traditional format: instead of couples, this season each celebrity would have been dancing, singing and acting, with a team of 5 dancers. Each week, they had to portray a different theme (love, fantasy, etc.). The format with the eliminations, was the same as in the traditional competition: the worst couples were sentenced, the jury saved some of them, and the two remaining were going to the public vote, where the couples with the less votes, was eliminated.

The season, first aired on August 24, 2009, and was part of the original show, Showmatch broadcast on El Trece, and hosted by Marcelo Tinelli. 22 teams competed during 18 weeks, and the winner was revealed on the season finale, on December 17, 2009. The winner was the dancer and model Silvina Escudero.

The judges this time, were the model, actress and vedette Graciela Alfano, the director and choreographer Anibal Pachano, actress and dancer Reina Reech, and the singer Valeria Lynch

Contestants[edit]

Celebrity Notability Team Status
Dallys Ferreira
model
Julián Andrés Carbajal
Andrés Espinel
Adrian Juan
Belén Alonso
Virginia Dobrich
(Coach: Alejandra Castro Videla)
Eliminated 1st
by the 42.1%
Daniela Cardone
model
Abel Faccini
Leandro Basano
Matías Cejas
Pamela Garegnani
Vanesa D'Ambrosio
(Coach: Karina Kogan)
Eliminated 2nd
by the 49.08%
Fabián Gianola
actor
Maro
Matías Ramos
Florencia Anca
Johana Pomeraniec
Connie Canova
(Coach: Cristina Girona)
Eliminated 3rd
by the 42.7%
Miguel Ángel Cherutti
Comedian and actor
Juan Pablo Battaglia
Matías Sayago
Laura Montini
Daniela Palacios
Romina Giardina
(Coach: Agustina Maier)
Eliminated 4th
by the 40.7%
Wanda Nara
model, Vedette and TV Personality
Martín Gómez
Sebastián Pavón
Gastón Fernández
Vanesa Encina Guetzel
Gabriela Peralta
(Coach: Verónica Garabelo)
Eliminated 5th
by the 32.8%
Nazarena Vélez
Vedette, Actress and director
Withdrew
Flavia Palmiero
Television Presenter
Juan Cruz García
Carlos Perez Banegas
Fernando Nougues
Daniela Starto
Valeria Celurso
(Coach: Ariel Pastochi)
Eliminated 6th
by the 33.7%
Rocío Marengo[a]
model, Comedienne and Vedette
Darío Segovia
Pedro Velásquez
Gustavo Pecheto
Natalia Perea
Romina Parodi
(Coach: Virginia Querejet)
Eliminated 7th
by the 33.9%
María Vazquez
model
Withdrew
Eunice Castro[b]
Model and Television Presenter
Maximiliano D'Iorio
Ariel Porchera
Marcos Gorosito
Romina Cechetini
Analía Irrazabal
(Coach: Marisa de Risi)
Eliminated 8th
by the 46.4%
Tití Fernández
Journalist and writer
Francisco Prieto
Lucas Heredia
Flavia Pereda
Cristel Coopman
Lourdes Sánchez
(Coach: Carla Noval)
Eliminated 9th
by the 42.9%
Nicole Neumann
Model and Television Presenter
Martín Whitencamp
Oscar Lajad
Pier Fritzsche
Julia Montiliengo
María Merolla
(Coach: Mariela Anchipi)
Eliminated 10th
by the 32.2%
Iliana Calabró
actress, Comedienne and Vedette
Nicolás Scillama
Pedro Frías
Gabriel Usandivaras
Jesica Yanil García
Barby Reali
(Coach: Darío Dorzi)
Eliminated 11th
by the 37.9%
Vanina Escudero
Dancer, model, Actress and Vedette
Damián Martinez
Hernán Cuevas
Maximiliano Nieto
Soledad Camardella
Silvina Tordente
(Coach: Hernán Alegre)
Eliminated 12th
by the 46.4%
Matías Alé
actor, Comedian and TV Personality
Leonardo Tito
Bruno Aragón
Loli Risso
Florencia Vitervo
Eliana Yanuzzi
(Coach: Valeria Perez Roux)
Eliminated 13th
by the 49.38%
Laura Oliva
Actress and Comedienne
Diego Gómez
Augusto Fraga
Hernán Doval
Marien Caballero Galve
Judith Kovalovsky
(Coach: Karina Vargas)
Eliminated 14th
by the 45.7%
Silvina Luna
model, Actress and Television Presenter
Sergio Massi
Ariel Juárez
Daniel Amador
Mariela Rosso
Lorena Navarrine
(Coach: Gastón Tavagnutti)
Eliminated 15th
by the 49.02%
Adabel Guerrero
Vedette, actress, Dancer and model
Martín Gómez
Sebastián Pavón
Gastón Fernández
Vanesa Encina Guetzel
Gabriela Peralta
(Coach: Verónica Garabelo)
Eliminated 16th
by the 46.37%
María Eugenia Ritó
Dancer, Actress and Vedette
Juan Leandro Nimo
Emanuel González
Cristian Ponce
María Laura Cattalini
Carla Laplace
(Coach: Gustavo Bertuol)
Semifinalist
by the 48.8%
Rocío Guirao Díaz
Model and Television Presenter
Martín Marin
Adrián Scaramella
Juan Carlos Acosta
Carla Lanci
Gisela Soto
(Coach: Vanesa García Millán)
Semifinalist
by the 49.68%
Ricardo Fort
Jorge Ibañez
Singer and TV Personality
Fashion Designer
Juan Pablo Battaglia
Matías Sayago
Laura Montini
Daniela Palacios
Romina Giardina
(Coach: Agustina Maier)
Second place
by the 43.57%
Silvina Escudero
Dancer, model, Actress and Vedette
Damián Duarte
Facundo Mazei
Rodrigo Escobar
Noelia Marzol
Paola García
(Coach: Silvina Barañao)
Winner
by the 56.43%

Scoring chart[edit]

Celebrity Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 SF F
Silvina E.
1
32
30
34
29
21
36
25
33
32
29
33
36
34
34
31[2]
SAFE
SAFE
6
6
Ricardo
2
34
34
SAFE
SAFE
5
2
Rocío G.
3–4
29
30
29
37
28
36
35
28
29
32
33
37
36
31
34
SAFE
SAFE
2
M. Eugenia
3–4
34
36
33
30
24
28
30
36
29
35
36
33
32
34
37
SAFE
SAFE
3
Adabel
5
38
37
SAFE
ELIM
Silvina L.
6
27
30
34
29
29
28
30
34
*
32
33
31
34
35
34
ELIM
Laura
7
37
34
32
36
29
35
29
28
30
37
29
33
36
38
34
Matías
8
31
30
32
25
18
30
25
19
17
26
Vanina
9
37
38
32
35
26
35
25
23
36
37
33
36
32
Iliana
10
29
25
30
33
21
28
29
23
27
29
37
31
Nicole
11
29
32
32
31
20
33
17
35
29
31
30
Tití
12
28
28
28
32
37
26
25
33
29
*
Eunice
13
21
María
14
32
36
35
37
33
37
30
Rocío M.
15
25
17
Flavia
16
24
30
24
33[1]
29
25
Nazarena
17
22
29
29
29
21
Wanda
18
29
25
26
31
18
Miguel
19
31
37
30
27
Fabián
20
28
33
28
Daniela
21
27
26
Dallys
22
24
  • Tití Fernandez and Silvina Luna were sentenced because they stopped their routines in the middle of the choreography, as they forgot it. Silvina was saved by the judges(week 9), but Tití was eliminated(week 10).
  • In weeks 16 and 17, all the teams danced as they were in a sentence, so there were no scores. In week 16 they danced Cumbia, and in week 17 Merengue. The safe couples in week 17, were the semifinalists.
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 returning couple was saved by the judges.
     indicates the returning couple was the last to be called safe and finished in the bottom two.
     indicates the couple that withdrew.
     indicates the winning couple.
     indicates the runner-up couple.
     indicates the semifinalists couples.

Highest and lowest scoring performances[edit]

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

Theme Best dancer(s) Best score Worst dancer(s) Worst score
Love Laura Oliva
Vanina Escudero
37 Nazarena Vélez 22
Movies Vanina Escudero 38 Iliana Calabró
Wanda Nara
25
Latin pop Maria Vazquez 35 Flavia Palmiero 24
Lust Maria Vazquez
Rocío Guirao Díaz
37 Nazarena Vélez
Matías Alé
25
Impossible love Tití Fernández 37 Wanda Nara
Matías Alé
18
Pop gold Maria Vazquez 37 Rocío Marengo
Flavia Palmiero
25
Classics of Argentine rock Rocío Guirao Díaz 35 Rocío Marengo
Nicole Neumann
17
Balada María Eugenia Ritó 36 Matías Alé 19
Latin hits Vanina Escudero 36 Matías Alé 17
Kings of pop Laura Oliva
Vanina Escudero
37 Iliana Calabro
Silvina Escudero
29
Caribbean music Iliana Calabro 37 Laura Oliva 29
Fantasy Rocío Guirao Díaz 37 Iliana Calabro
Silvina Luna
29
Street music Laura Oliva
Rocío Guirao Díaz
36 Vanina Escudero
María Eugenia Ritó
32
Music of Argentina Laura Oliva
Adabel Guerrero
38 Matías Alé 26
Reggaeton Adabel Guerrero
María Eugenia Ritó
37 Silvina Escudero 31

Styles, scores and songs[edit]

Secret vote is in bold text.

August[edit]

September[edit]

October[edit]

November[edit]

Re-entry[edit]

December[edit]

Duel[edit]

Semifinal and Final[edit]

External links[edit]