Bailando 2012

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Bailando 2012
Bailando 2012 cast.jpg
The cast of Bailando 2012
Directed by Alejandro Ripoll
Presented by Marcelo Tinelli
Opening theme "A Dios le Pido" by Juanes
Country of origin Argentina
Original language(s) Spanish
Production
Executive producer(s) Federico Hoppe
Pablo Prada
Cinematography Alejandro Sassone
Ruben Abeldaño
Release
Original network El Trece
Original release June 11 – December 22, 2012
Chronology
Preceded by Bailando 2011
Followed by Bailando 2014
External links
Website

Bailando 2012 was the eighth Argentinean season of Bailando por un Sueño. The first show of the season aired on June 11, 2012 on El Trece, with Marcelo Tinelli as host and 30 couples competing.[1]

The jury were Carmen Barbieri, Anibal Pachano, Antonio Gasalla, Moria Casán, Flavio Mendoza, and Marcelo Polino.[2][3][4] Though Gasalla had been a guest judge in season 5, this was his first time as a permanent judge; however, he left the show in round 10.[5] Santiago Bal was also confirmed as a judge, but he recused himself before the beginning of the show at the request of his son, Federico Bal, who was a contestant.[6]

This was the first season to feature three disabled contestants: Noelia Pompa (dwarfism), Ayelén Barreiro (Down syndrome) and Reinaldo Ojeda (leg amputee).[7] Though not included in this group, Verónica Perdomo is also a special case, as she is a cerebrovascular disease survivor.[8]

Noelia Pompa and Hernán Piquín won for the second year in a row.

Couples[edit]

Celebrity Notability Professional Partner Status
Leandro Penna
Model
Macarena Rinaldi
Eliminated 1st
by the 43.68%
Sergio "Maravilla" Martínez
Boxer
Withdrew
Jennifer Owczarczyn
Cuestión de Peso contestant
Agustín Morgante
Eliminated 2nd
by the 48.13%
Mariano de la Canal
Soñando por Bailar 2012 Runner-up
Nadia Hair
Eliminated 3rd
by the 45.88%
Micaela Breque
Andres Calamaro's Girlfriend
Juan Pablo Battaglia
Eliminated 4th
by the 44.51%
Grecia Colmenares
Actress
Juan Leandro Nimo
Eliminated 5th
by the 46.79%
Valeria Archimó
Vedette
Withdrew
Ayelén Barreiro
Down syndrome girl
Franco Cadelago
Eliminated 6th
by the 47.17%
Professional dancer
Ana Sans
Theatre director
Nicolás Armengol
Eliminated 7th
by the 12.43%
Marcela Villagra
Héctor "Tito" Speranza's wife
Cristian Falcón
Eliminated 8th
by the 42.29%
Ayelén Paleo
Vedette
Emanuel González
Eliminated 9th
by the 13.03%
Marcela Feudale
Announcer of Showmatch
Facundo Mazzei
Eliminated 10th
by the 27.29%
Liz Solari
Model
Daniel Meza Sánchez
Withdrew
Florencia "Floppy" Tesouro
Model
Christian Ponce
Eliminated 11th
by the 41.16%
Karina Jelinek[c]
Model
Withdrew
Charlotte Caniggia
Claudio Caniggia's daughter
Alejandro Gallego
Eliminated 12th
by the 45.74%
Adabel Guerrero[b]
Vedette
Reinaldo Ojeda
Eliminated 13th
by the 40.12%
Dancer
Beto César
Comedian
Melina Greco
Eliminated 14th
by the 48.04%
María Vázquez
Model
Marcos Gorosito
Eliminated 15th
by the 34.24%
Cristian Urrizaga
Gran Hermano 2011 winner
Laura Fernández
Eliminated 16th
by the 43.11%
Verónica Perdomo
Television presenter
Pablo Juín
Eliminated 17th
by the 47.56%
Alexander Caniggia[a]
Claudio Caniggia's son
Sofía Macaggi
Eliminated 18th
by the 40.44%
Alexandra Larsson[d]
Model
Maximiliano D'Iorio
Eliminated 19th
by the 48.17%
Andrea Rincón
Vedette
Pier Fritzsche
Eliminated 20th
by the 43.24%
Federico Bal
Carmen Barbieri's son
Yanil García
Eliminated 21st
by the 30.48%
Matías Alé
Television personality
Soledad Bayona
Eliminated 22nd
by the 44.33%
Florencia Peña
Actress
Nicolás Scillama
Semifinalists
by the 44.88%
Paula Chaves
Model
Pedro "Peter" Alfonso
Semifinalists
by the 49.71%
Television producer
Magdalena Bravi
Soñando por Bailar 2 Winner
Jorge Moliniers
Runners-Up
by the 49.47%
Hernán Piquín
Professional dancer
Noelia Pompa
Winners
by the 50.53%
Singer

Scoring chart[edit]

Celebrity Place
Six judges Five judges
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Semifinals Final
1 2
Hernán & Noelia
1
53
48
59
58
36
56
54
60
59
55
38
47
46
34
50
45
41
49
50
SAFE
7
7
Magdalena
2
52
34
53
37
36
58
36
46
44
59
42
37
42
50
33
41
46
49
48
SAFE
7
1
Peter & Paula
3/4
35
44
43
49
52
52
51[5]
57
45
53
46
41
33
30
39
43
*
*
40
SAFE
1
Florencia
46
51
44
48
45
47
50
60
28
44
41
42
43
47
43
39
42
50[9]
*
SAFE
1
Matías
5
44
48
34
47
34
46
55
41
54
54
30
37
48
40
39
44
38
42
46
ELIM
Federico
6
52
22
40
42
39
42
39
48
56
50
42
47
45
38
45
41
38
41
47
Andrea
7
42
45
44
41
58
44
31
32
44
50
42
37
48
34
32
41
34
38
Alexandra
8
39
42
42
39
40
39
40
Alexander
9
47
50
38
28
48
45
46
33
50
33
21
34
32
34
Verónica
10
60
50
32
37
51
45
45
45
44
52
27
41
45
41
33
Cristian
11
30
30
42
30
53
32
21
51
44
44
30
44
42
37
María
12
37
47
55
54
57
59
58
57
59
44
31
37
25[8]
Beto
13
41
29
36
30
42
46
42
48
28
44[7]
27
28
Adabel & Reinaldo
14
53
54
51
42
56[2]
38
39[4]
57
45
58
17
Charlotte
15
22
33
40
41
21
38
*
47
50
25
Karina N/A
51
Floppy
16
38
44
51[1]
33
41
44
39
32
33
Liz N/A
48
46
41
41
58
55
58
58[6]
44
Marcela F.
17
41
45
48
33
38
43
44
32
Ayelén P.
18
36
37
39
40
41
47
55
41
Marcela V.
19
46
30
45
38
42
32
36
Ana
20
40
45
53
54
41
41
31
Ayelén B. & Franco
21
46
37
53
48
49[3]
32
Valeria N/A
53
54
51
42
56[2]
38
Grecia
22
22
34
39
33
26
Micaela
23
24
30
43
37
Mariano
24
34
34
28
Jennifer
25
38
25
Maravilla N/A
30
49
Leandro
26
24
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.
  • From the round 7 Valeria Archimó was replaced by Adabel Guerrero.
  • From the round 18 Paula Chaves was replaced by Vanesa García Millán.
  • In round 7, Charlotte Caniggia was sentenced because she stopped her routines in the middle of the choreography.
  • In round 17, Paula & Peter were sentenced since they weren't able to dance due Paula's lesion.
  • In round 18, Peter & Vanessa couldn't finish their choreography because Peter was injured in the middle of the choreography.
  • In round 18, Florencia Peña was sentenced because she stopped her routine in the middle of the choreography.
  • ^[1] replaced by Silvina Escudero.
  • ^[2] Valeria Archimó was replaced by Adabel Guerrero.
  • ^[3] Ayelén Barreiro was replaced by Karina Jelinek.
  • ^[4] Adabel Guerrero was replaced by Belén Francese.
  • ^[5] Paula Chaves was replaced by Karina Jelinek.
  • ^[6] replaced by Cinthia Fernández.
  • ^[7] replaced by Tito Speranza.
  • ^[8] replaced by Karina Jelinek.
  • ^[9] replaced by Lolo Rossi.

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
Disco Verónica Perdomo 60 Charlotte Caniggia
Grecia Colmenares
22
Reggaeton Valeria Archimó & Reinaldo Ojeda 54 Federico Bal 22
Bio-sphere Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 59 Mariano de la Canal 28
Argentine cumbia Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 58 Beto César
Cristian Urrizaga
30
Strip dance Andrea Rincón
Liz Solari
58 Charlotte Caniggia 21
Cuarteto María Vázquez 59 Alexander Caniggia 28
Latin pop María Vázquez
Liz Solari
58 Cristian Urrizaga 21
Aquadance Florencia Peña
Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa
60 Andrea Rincón
Florencia "Floppy" Tesouro
Marcela Feudale
32
Music video Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa
María Vázquez
59 Beto César
Florencia Peña
28
Arabic music Magdalena Bravi 59 Charlotte Caniggia 25
Electro dance Alexander Caniggia 50 Adabel Guerrero & Reinaldo Ojeda 17
Pole dance Federico Bal
Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa
47 Beto César 28
Freestyle Andrea Rincón
Matías Alé
48 Alexander Caniggia 21
Adagio from Telenovelas Magdalena Bravi 50 Paula Chaves & Peter Alfonso 30
Merengue Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 50 Alexander Caniggia
Andrea Rincón
32
Rock and Roll Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 45 Alexander Caniggia 34
Rotating Room Magdalena Bravi 46 Andrea Rincón 34
Ballet Lolo Rossi 50 Andrea Rincón 38
Salsa Hernán Piquín & Noelia Pompa 50 Pedro "Peter" Alfonso & Vanesa García Millán 40

Styles, scores and songs[edit]

Secret vote is in bold text.

June[edit]

July[edit]

August[edit]

September[edit]

October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

Duel[edit]

Semifinal and Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Todo listo para el debut de Marcelo Tinelli" (in Spanish). exitoina.com. 2012-11-06. Retrieved 2012-11-06. 
  2. ^ "Carmen Barbieri firmó su contrato con ShowMatch" (in Spanish). http://teleshow.infobae.com. 2012-05-18. Retrieved 2012-05-18.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  3. ^ "Confirmado: Pachano firmó para ser jurado de Bailando 2012" (in Spanish). http://eltrecetv.com.ar. 2012-03-05. Retrieved 2012-03-05.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  4. ^ "Polino, confirmado para el jurado de Bailando 2012" (in Spanish). http://teleshow.infobae.com. 2012-03-05. Retrieved 2012-03-05.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  5. ^ "Gasalla firmó contrato para ser jurado en Bailando 2012" (in Spanish). Teleshow. 2012-05-29. Retrieved 2012-05-29. 
  6. ^ "Santiago Bal no estará en la edición 2012 de "Bailando por un sueño"" (in Spanish). Yahoo!. 2012-05-26. Retrieved 2012-05-27. 
  7. ^ "Un bailarín sin una pierna también será estrella en "Bailando 2012"" (in Spanish). Los Andes. 2012-02-05. Retrieved 2012-05-27. 
  8. ^ http://www.eldia.com.ar/edis/20120609/apuesta-inclusion-espectaculos15.htm