Mira Quien Baila (U.S.), Season 2

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Mira Quien Baila (Season 2)
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 11
Broadcast
Original channel Univision
Original run September 11, 2011 – November 20, 2011
Additional information
Celebrity winner Adamari Lopez
Professional winner TBA
Season chronology
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Mira Quien Baila 2010

Mira Quien Baila (also known as Mira Quien Baila 2011 and Mira Quien Baila 2) debuted on Univision on September 11, 2011 at 8pm central.[1] The TV series is the Spanish version of British version Strictly Come Dancing and American Version Dancing with the Stars (U.S. TV series). Ten celebrities are paired with ten professional ballroom dancers. Javier Posa and Chiquinquirá Delgado are the hosts for this season. The season finale ended on November 20, 2011.[2] For the first time two of its contestants are veterans to the dance-floor, Priscilla Angel and Jose Manuel Figueroa both competed in Mexico in El show de los sueños. Jose Manuel landed in 5th Place in El show de los sueños: Sangre de mi sangre. Priscilla was the winner of El show de los sueños: Amigos del Alma and 4th place in El show de los sueños: Los Reyes del Show Adamari López won 1st prize,[3] while Priscila Angel won 2nd place, and Erik Estrada in 3rd place.[4]

Judges[edit]

Judge Occupation Week
Horacio Villalobos Tv host and actor (Season 1-Present)
Lili Estefan Tv host of El Gordo y La Flaca (Season 1-Present)
Bianca Marroquin Musical theatre actress (Season 1-Present)
Javier "Poty" Castillo Mira Quien Baila choreographer (Season 1-Present)

The Celebrities[edit]

Nationality Celebrity Known for Charity[5] Status
 Mexico
Salas, StephanieStephanie Salas
Former Television Actress, Daughter of Silvia Pasquel
Puentes de Salud
Eliminated (Day 7) st
on September 25, 2011
 Mexico
Bazan, GeraldineGeraldine Bazan
Actress and girlfriend of Gabriel Soto
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Eliminated (Day 14) nd
on October 3, 2011
 Mexico
Blue Demon Jr.
Professional wrestler, son of the legendary Blue Demon
Shriners Hospitals for Children
Eliminated (Day 21) rd
on October 9, 2011
 Venezuela
Chabán, AlejandroAlejandro Chabán
Actor and model, author of De Gordo a Galan
Partnership for a Healthier America
Eliminated (Day 28) th
on October 16, 2011
 Argentina
Christian Suarez
Boyfriend of Talk Show Host Laura Bozzo
La Ventana de los Cielos
Eliminated (Day 35) th
on October 23, 2011
 Mexico
José Manuel Figueroa
Singer, Premios Lo Nuestro winner and son of Joan Sebastian
CARE
Eliminated (Day 42) th
on October 27, 2011
 Mexico
Gutierrez, ElizabethElizabeth Gutierrez
Actress and girlfriend of William Levy
The Children's Trust
Eliminated (Day 49) th
on November 12, 2011
 Puerto Rico
Estrada, ErikErik Estrada
International Movie Actor
Smile Train
Third Place (Day 57)
on November 20, 2011
 Mexico
Prisila Angel
Singer, Former lead singer of "Prisila y sus balas de Plata"
Trekking for Kids
Second Place (Day 57)
on November 20, 2011
 Puerto Rico
Lopez, AdamariAdamari Lopez
Actress, Former wife of Luis Fonsi
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Winner
on November 20, 2011

Scores[edit]

Contestant Place 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Finale
Adamari López Winner 1st 6th 6th 2nd 5th 2nd 2nd 2nd
Winner
Prisila Angel Runner Up 5th 1st 1st 6th 2nd 1st 1st 1st
2nd Place
Erik Estrada 3rd Place 7th 5th 5th 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 3rd
3rd Place
Elizabeth Gutiérrez 4th Place 8th 8th 7th 4th 4th 4th 3rd
E
Jose Manuel Figueroa 5th Place 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 1st
E
Christian Suarez 6th Place 6th 4th 4th 5th
E
Alejandro Chabán 7th Place 4th 2nd 2nd
E
Blue Demon Jr. 8th Place 2nd 7th
E
Géraldine Bazán 9th Place 9th
E
Stephanie Salas 10th Place
E
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 withdrew from the competition.
     indicates the couple that was safe but withdrew from the competition.
     indicates the winning couple.
     indicates the runner-up couple.
     indicates the third-place couple.

Call-Out Order[edit]

Judge's Call-Out Order
Order Episodes
Top 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Finale
1 Erik Adamari Adamari Pricila Pricila Jose Manuel Jose Manuel Pricila Adamari Pricila Pricila Adamari
2 Stephanie Blue Pricila Alejandro Alejandro Adamari Pricila Adamari Elizabeth Adamari Adamari Pricila
3 Alejandro Alejandro Jose Manuel Jose Manuel Jose Manuel Erik Erik Erik Priscila Erik Erik
4 Elizabeth Pricila Alejandro Christian Christian Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Erik Elizabeth
5 Blue Jose Manuel Erik Erik Erik Christian Adamari Jose Manuel
6 Pricila Christian Christian Adamari Adamari Pricila Christian
7 Christian Erik Blue Blue Elizabeth Alejandro
8 Geraldine Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth Blue
9 Jose Manuel Geraldine Geraldine Geraldine
10 Adamari Stephanie Stephanie
  • Week 1-2 were duel weeks, with no actual eliminations.
  • Week 9, all celebrities were immune from elimination, making them go to semifinals automatically.
Color Description Used
     The contestant won the competition Top 2
     The contestant won second place Top 2
     The contestant was eliminated Week 3-Finale
     The contestant was immune from elimination Week 2 & 9
     The contestant was saved by fellow contestants Week 2
     The contestant was nominated for upcoming elimination Week 2
     The contestant was saved by the viewers vote Week 1-8 & 10

Averages[edit]

This table only counts dances scored on the traditional 30-point scale.

RBN/D Place Couple NOD NOM
1 2 Pricila Angel 26 1
2 1 Adamari López 27 1
3 5 Jose Manuel Figueroa 17 1
4 7 Alejandro Chabán 8 1
5 4 Elizabeth Gutiérrez 32 4
6 3 Erik Estrada 21 1
7 6 Christian Suarez 8 1
8 9 Géraldine Bazán 5 2
9 8 Blue Demon Jr. 6 1
10 10 Stephanie Salas 3 1
  • RBN/D: Rank by Number of Dances/Nominations
  • NOD: Number of Dances
  • NOM: Number of Nominations

Week 1-3 Dance-Off Duels[edit]

Dance-Off Week 1[edit]

The celebrities and professional partners danced in duels against each other the first 3 weeks of competition.

Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Dance Duel Winner
Blue Demon Geraldine Merengue Blue Demon
Christian Elizabeth Tango Christian
Jose Manuel Prisila Regional Mexicano Jose Manuel
Alejandro Stephanie Salsa Alejandro
Erik Adamari Pop Adamari

America's Duel Vote Winner

Contestant 1 Contestant 2 America's Winner
Adamari Blue Demon Jr. Adamari

Dance-Off Week 2[edit]

Three celebrities and professional partners danced in duels against each other to save them from being nominated.

Celebrity Dance Rank
Elizabeth Gutiérrez Salsa Safe
Géraldine Bazán Tango Nominated
Stephanie Salas Rock and Roll Nominated
Celebrity/Judge Vote to keep
Adamari López Geraldine
Blue Demon Elizabeth
Alejandro Elizabeth
Pricila Geraldine
Jose Manuel Elizabeth
Erik Estrada Stephanie
Christian Suarez Stephanie
Horacio Villalobos Geraldine
Lili Estefan Elizabeth
Bianca Marroquin Elizabeth

Dance-Off Week 3[edit]

The celebrities and professional partners danced in duels against each other the third and final week.

Contestant 1 Contestant 2 Dance Duel Winner

Dances performed[edit]

Contestant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Finale
Erik Estrada Pop Merengue
Stephanie Salas Salsa Adagio Rock and Roll
Alejandro Chabán Salsa Disco Quickstep
Elizabeth Gutiérrez Tango Disco Salsa
Blue Demon Jr. Merengue Adagio Cumbia
Prisila Angel Regional Mexicano Rock and Roll
Christian Suarez Tango Cumbia Regional Mexicano
Géraldine Bazán Merengue Urban Dance Tango
Jose Manuel Figueroa Regional Mexicano Urban Dance Cumbia
Adamari López Pop Bachata Tango
     Performed in finale but not scored
     Winner of Dance-Off
     Elimination Dance-Off
     Safe from the Elimination Dance-Off

Notes[edit]

Dance schedule[edit]

The celebrities and professional partners danced one of these routines for each corresponding week.

Dances
Order Weeks
Dances 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Finale
1 Rock & Roll No
2 Adagio Yes
3 Pop Yes
4 Merengue Yes
5 Regional Mexicano Yes
6 Disco Yes
7 Bachata Yes
8 Broadway No
9 Tango Yes
10 Brazilian Dance No
11 Cha Cha Chá Yes
12 Cumbia Yes
13 Salsa Yes
14 Paso Doble No
15 Urban Dance Yes
16 Quickstep No
17 Waltz No
18 Vallenato No
19 Foxtrot No
  • Various contestants dance the same dance routine.[6]
  • Regional Mexicano was the only dance that was performed each week throughout the competition
  • Vallenato was the only dance, that was performed only once throughout the competition
Color Description
No The dance was not performed
Yes The dance was performed

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