Bailando por un Sueño: Primer Campeonato Internacional de Baile

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Bailando por un Sueño: Primer Campeonato Internacional de Baile
Created by Televisa
Presented by Adal Ramones
Liza Echeverría
Country of origin  Mexico
No. of episodes 7
Production
Location(s) Forum 2
Running time 1–3 hours
Release
Original network Canal de las Estrellas
Original release November 4 (2007-11-04) – December 16, 2007 (2007-12-16)
External links
(Spanish) Website

Bailando por un Sueño: Primer Campeonato Internacional de Baile (Dancing for a Dream: First International Dance Championship) was a TV show, where celebrities and dancers from different countries that had participated before in the show Bailando por un Sueño compete to win the First International Dance Championship Cup or the Nations Cup. It began on November 4, 2007 and finished on December 16, 2007, hosted by Adal Ramones and Liza Echeverría. The show was aired at 20:00 (-6 GTM) on Sunday, by Canal de las Estrellas.[1]

Format[edit]

This show was based on the format of Bailando por un Sueño. Nine couples (formed by a celebrity and an amateur dancer) competed each week against each other dancing several styles to impress a panel of judges. The judges gave to each performance a score from 1–10. From the nine scores, there was a secret one, "The Secret Score" from one judge. It was revealed at the end of the show. Also, the highest and the lowest scores were cancelled, to eliminate favoritism. At the end of each program, the lowest-scored couples were revealed. If a couple received the lowest score of the week three times in a row, it will be eliminated of the competition.

Jury[edit]

There was a judge for each participating country

Country Judge
 Colombia Rossana Lignarolo
 Mexico Ema Pulido
 Slovakia Ján Ďurovčík
 Panama Mireya Navarro
 Costa Rica Maripili Araya
 Paraguay Sussy Sacco
 Ecuador Cristina Pérez
 Romania Dana Rogoz
 Argentina Jorge Lafauci

Couples[edit]

Country Celebrity Professional partner Choreographer Status
 Colombia
Shirley Gómez
Mario Andrés Barrios 4
Richi Sánchez
Ninth Place
on December 16, 2007
 Panama
Renée Alejandra Celis 1
Nicanor Villarreal
José Luis Jiménez
Eighth Place
on December 16, 2007
 Paraguay
Melissa Quiñonez 3
Rafael Martínez
Raúl Benítez
Seventh Place
on December 16, 2007
 Ecuador
Juan Sebastián "Juancho" López
Shirley Jiménez
Carlos Menéndez
Sixth Place
on December 16, 2007
 Costa Rica
Shirley Álvarez
Ricardo Granados
Rony Arauz
Fifth Place
on December 16, 2007
 Slovakia
Patrik Švajda
Majka Lörinčíková
František Plančár
Fourth Place
on December 16, 2007
 Argentina
Laura Fidalgo
Maximiliano D'Iorio 2
Gustavo Wons
Third Place
on December 16, 2007
 Romania
Andreea Bălan
Petrișor Ruge
Doina Botiș
Second Place
on December 16, 2007
 Mexico
Latin Lover
Mariana Vallejo
Alejandro Martínez
First Place
on December 16, 2007

^1 Liza Hernández, former celebrity from Panama, withdrew from the competition in week two due to an infection in the uterus. She was replaced by Renée Alejandra Celis.[2]

^2 Gustavo Rojas, former amateur dancer from Argentina, withdrew from the competition in week two due to food poisoning. He was replaced by Maximiliano D'Iorio.[2]

^3 Florencia Gismondi, former celebrity from Paraguay, withdrew from the competition in week three due to an injury to the kneecap. She was replaced by Melissa Quiñonez.[3]

^4 Felipe "Pipe" Hurtado, former amateur dancer from Colombia, withdrew from the competition in week three due to laceration of the left buttock. He was replaced by Mario Andrés Hurtado.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Inicia el 'Primer Campeonato Internacional de Baile'". Esmas.com. 2007-11-11. Archived from the original on 2010-07-06. Retrieved 2012-06-22. 
  2. ^ a b "TV Show: Por problemas de salud entraron nuevos integrantes a los equipos de Argentina y Panamá". Estrellasyshow.blogspot.mx. 2007-11-30. Retrieved 2012-06-22. 
  3. ^ a b noviembre 19, 2007. "Resumen programa 3 – Primer campeonato internacional de baile". Tvnotiblog.com. Retrieved 2012-06-22.