Strictly Come Dancing (South African TV series)

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Strictly Come Dancing is a South African reality dance competition television series produced for SABC2 by Rapid Blue, based on the British show of the same name. It is broadcast live from the Carlton Centre Ballroom, Johannesburg, and it is hosted by Siphiwe Nhlapo. The show premiered in South Africa on SABC2 on Saturday 4 February 2006, at 20:00.

Format[edit]

South African celebrities are partnered with professional Latin and Ballroom dancers and must work each week on perfecting a dance routine.

Each week during a live show viewers are asked to vote for their favourite couple, and one couple (with the least votes) is eliminated.

In the season finale, two couples dance off to win the title and a cash prize of R40,000 (R20,000 per partner). The cash prize was first introduced for the third season.

Through sms voting, viewers vote who should stay and who should go, the results of the poll being combined with the ranking of the panel of judges.

For example: with 4 contestants left, the judges' favourite would receive 4 points, 2nd favourite 3 points, and so on, and similarly with the viewers' rankings. The two scores added together make the final score.

Seasons[edit]

Season 1[edit]

The first season of Strictly Come Dancing aired from 4 February to 25 March 2006. A second season was ordered immediately based on the success of the first, and began just four months later, in August.

Judges[edit]

The judging panel consists of:

Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of 40.

Couples[edit]

The eight celebrities to compete the first season were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Baby Jake Matlala Boxer Mary Martin Eliminated 1st
on 11 February 2006
James Dalton Former Rugby player Sonja Stanford Eliminated 2nd
on 18 February 2006
Ashifashabba DJ and comedian Tselane Mokete Eliminated 3rd
on 25 February 2006
Claudia Henkel Miss South Africa 2004 Brandon Eilers Le Riche Eliminated 4th
on 4 March 2006
Florence Masebe Actress Kagiso Ntseane Eliminated 5th
on 11 March 2006
Zwai Bala Musician, kwaito star Kego Motshabi Third Place
on 18 March 2006
Michelle Garforth Actress, television presenter Harold van Buuren Runner-Up
on 25 March 2006
Zuraida Jardine Radio DJ Michael Wentink Winners
on 25 March 2006
Couple 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Average
Zuraida & Michael 23 31 54 31 34 32+9=41 37+31=68 34+37=71 38+35+40=113 33.6
Michelle & Harold 29 27 56 30 32 37+6=43 31+29=60 39+35=74 36+40+39=115 33.7
Zwai & Kego 23 27 50 30 25 33+2=35 28+30=58 32+33=65 29.0
Florence & Kagisto 26 21 47 25 29 27+3=30 24+29=53 25.9
Claudia & Brandon 24 22 46 27 22 25+1=26 24.0
Ashifashabba & Tselane 17 22 39 20 21 20.0
James & Sonja 20 19 39 15 18.0
Jake & Mary 16 19 35 17.5
Couple 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Zuraida & Michael Cha Cha Cha Quickstep Jive Foxtrot Samba/V.Waltz Rumba+Tango Paso Doble+Waltz Foxtrot+Cha Cha Cha+Freestyle
Michelle & Harold Waltz Rumba Tango Paso Doble Samba/V.Waltz Cha Cha Cha+Quickstep Jive+Foxtrot Rumba+Jive+Freestyle
Zwai & Kego Waltz Rumba Tango Paso Doble Samba/V.Waltz Jive+Foxtrot Cha Cha Cha+Quickstep
Florence & Kagisto Cha Cha Cha Quickstep Jive Foxtrot Samba/V.Waltz Paso Doble+Waltz
Claudia & Brandon Waltz Rumba Tango Paso Doble Samba/V.Waltz
Ashifashabba & Tselane Cha Cha Cha Quickstep Jive Foxtrot
James & Sonja Waltz Rumba Tango
Jake & Mary Cha Cha Cha Quickstep

Season 2[edit]

The second season of Strictly Come Dancing premiered on SABC2 on Saturday 5 August 2006 at 20:00.

In the second season, eight new South African celebrities coupled up with their own professional dancers and attempted to win the ballroom dancing showdown.

Celebrities for the season included soapie actors, a kwaito muso, a handyman, a beauty queen, a radio jock and a soccer star.

Judges[edit]

The judging panel consists of:

Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of 40.

Couples[edit]

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Babalawa Mneno Model Thabo Moloto Eliminated 1st
on 12 August 2006
Grethe Fox Actress Harold van Buuren Eliminated 2nd
on 19 August 2006
Mark Fish Former soccer player Hayley Bennett Eliminated 3rd
on 26 August 2006
Dingaan Mokebe Actor Phemelo Mabuse Eliminated 4th
on 2 September 2006
Jeannie D Radio DJ, television presenter Anthony Krotz Eliminated 5th
on 9 September 2006
Tamara Dey Kwaito-pop star Brandon Eilers Le Riche Third Place
on 16 September 2006
Freedom Hadebe Actor Mary Martin Runner-Up
on 23 September 2006
Riann Venter Television handyman Hayley Hammond Winners
on 23 September 2006

Scores[edit]

Team Place 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Average
Riann & Hayley H
1
24
28
52
28
33
25
25+28=53
30+35=65
31+34+39=104
30.0
Freedom & Mary
2
27
31
58
30
30
30
26+31=57
22+31=53
30+31+30=91
29.1
Tamara & Brandon
3
23
27
50
27
36
38
33+40=73
30+32=62
31.8
Jeannie & Anthony
4
24
27
51
31
27
25
29+27=56
27.1
Dingaan & Phemelo
5
25
27
52
32
34
27
29.0
Mark & Hayley B
6
18
27
45
27
26
24.5
Grethe & Harold
7
23
28
51
25
25.3
Babalawa & Thabo
8
25
27
52
26.0
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 that finished in the bottom two.
     indicates the winning couple.
     indicates the runner-up couple.
     indicates the third-place couple.

Season 3[edit]

The third season of Strictly Come Dancing aired on SABC2 from 24 May to 12 July 2007, on Thursdays at 19h30.

Featuring eight new celebrity dancers who stutted their stuff with their professional dance partners, the show was broadcast in a new time and date format.

Instead of being on on Saturday nights between 20:00 and 21:30 as previous seasons were, the show was on Thursday nights at 19:30 for an initial hour episode in which each couple performed their dance for the week.

There was an hour break from 20:30 to give viewers time to vote and the show resumed for a half an hour results episode at 21:30.

It was the first season of the show that the winning couple had won a cash prize. The R40,000 was sponsored by the SABC.

The celebrity contestants included an Olympic medallist, a journalist, a rapper, an Afrikaans music superstar and a wildlife television host.

Judges[edit]

The judging panel consists of:

Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of 40.

Couples[edit]

The eight celebrities to compete the third season were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Lesley Mofokeng Journalist for the Sunday Times Sara Els Eliminated 1st
on 1 June 2007
Thembisile Ntaka Winner of the 2003 Popstars reality show Thabo Moloto Eliminated 2nd
on 8 June 2007
Patricia Lewis One of South Africa's top-selling Afrikaans female singers Marcel Vilonel Eliminated 3rd
on 15 June 2007
Lieschen Botes Wonderbra model Ryan Hammond Eliminated 4th
on 22 June 2007
Hezekiél Sepeng Olympic silver medallist Lindsey Muckle Eliminated 5th
on 29 June 2007
Erald Felix Host of the SABC2 wildlife show 50/50 Mary Martin Third Place
on 5 July 2007
Candice-Ann Moodley Presenter of the Indian magazine show Eastern Mosaic Quintus Jansen Runner-Up
on 12 July 2007
Hip Hop Pantsula Award-winning rapper Hayley Bennett Winners
on 12 July 2007

Scores[edit]

Team Place 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Average
HHP & Hayley
1
32
27
59
31
33
28
30+36=66
36+35=71
33+40+39=112
33.3
Candice & Quintus
2
29
33
62
28
32
34
29+33=62
38+34=72
34+38+40=112
33.5
Erald & Mary
3
24
26
50
30
27
32
26+33=59
28+31=59
29.7
Hezekiel & Lindsey
4
22
27
49
27
28
27
22+30=52
26.1
Lieschen & Ryan
5
30
31
61
26
29
27
28.6
Patricia & Marcel
6
28
25
52
29
26
26.8
Thembisile & Thabo
7
27
30
57
24
27.0
Lesley & Sara
8
20
23
43
21.5

Dances Performed[edit]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
HHP & Hayley Cha-Cha-Cha Tango Jive Viennese Waltz Paso Doble Quickstep Rumba Foxtrot Samba Jive Waltz Freestyle
Candice & Quintus Quick Step Rumba Foxtrot Samba Doble Tango Cha-Cha-Cha Viennese Waltz Jive Foxtrot Rumba Freestyle
Erald & Mary Cha-Cha-Cha Tango Jive Viennese Waltz Paso Doble Quick Step Rumba Foxtrot Samba
Hezekiel & Lindsey Quick Step Rumba Foxtrot Samba Paso Doble Tango Cha-Cha-Cha
Lieschen & Ryan Quick Step Rumba Foxtrot Samba Paso Doble
Patricia & Marcel Cha-Cha-Cha Tango Jive Viennese Waltz
Thembisile & Thabo Cha-Cha-Cha Tango Jive
Lesley & Sara Cha-Cha-Cha Rumba

Season 4[edit]

The fourth season of Strictly Come Dancing aired on SABC2 from 31 January to 20 March 2008, on Thursdays at 19:30. It was won by actor Emmanuel Castis and his partner Lindsey Muckle.

The first part (19:30-20:30) was where the contestants showed off their various dancing talents and the second part (21:30) where the results were revealed. Shot live from the Carlton Hotel Ballroom, the eight-part series was once again hosted by Ian von Memerty and Sandy Ngema.

Dance-off[edit]

A new system called the dance-off was introduced in the fourth season. The Dance-Off is performed by the two couples with the lowest scores following the judges' scores and public vote.

After performing their dance again, the judges are asked one-by-one who they would like to save, and the couple with the most votes remains in the competition. If there is a tie, head judge Lilian Phororo has the deciding vote.

Judges[edit]

The judging panel consists of:

Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of 40.

Couples[edit]

The celebrity contestants and their partners for this season were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Mutodi Neshehe Model, actor and Ndalamo on Muvhango Tebogo Mokgedi Eliminated 1st
on 7 February 2008
Mark Williams Former Bafana Bafana striker Kabelo Sebusi Eliminated 2nd
on 14 February 2008
Uyanda Mbuli Socialite, businesswoman and actress Ryan Hammond Eliminated 3rd
on 21 February 2008
Brenda Ngxoli Stage, TV actress and director Quintus Jansen Eliminated 4th
on 28 February 2008
Ashley Hayden M-Net continuity presenter, actress, winner of The Weakest Link Muntu Ngubane Eliminated 5th
on 6 March 2008
Tanya van Graan FHM's Sexiest Woman 2007, stage and TV actress Brandon Eilers Le Riche Third Place
on 13 March 2008
Trevor Noah Comedian, radio DJ, sports presenter for SABC's Siyadlala Hayley Hammond Runner-Up
on 20 March 2008
Emmanuel Castis Stage and TV actor and singer Lindsey Muckle Winners
on 20 March 2008

Scores[edit]

Team Place 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Emmanuel & Lindsey
1
28
29
29
37
30
35+38=73
33+38=71
38+34+38=110
Trevor & Hayley
2
27
31
29
29
30
28+31=59
32+33=65
36+33+36=105
Tanya & Brandon
3
32
27
31
32
28
31+29=60
33+34=67
Ashley & Muntu
4
35
27
31
26
24
24+29=53
Brenda & Quintus
5
35
27
27
28
24
Uyanda & Ryan
6
23
21
21
22
Mark & Kabelo
7
23
23
25
Mutodi & Tebogo
8
34
21
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 that finished in the bottom two and was in the Dance-off.
     indicates the winning couple.
     indicates the runner-up couple.
     indicates the third-place couple.

Dances Performed[edit]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Emmanuel & Lindsey Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Paso Doble Samba Tango Cha Cha Viennese Waltz Rumba Paso Doble Foxtrot Freestyle
Trevor & Hayley Cha Cha Tango Rumba Viennese Waltz Samba Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Paso Doble Cha Cha Foxtrot Freestyle
Tanya & Brandon Cha Cha Tango Rumba Viennese Waltz Samba Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Paso Doble
Ashley & Muntu Cha Cha Tango Rumba Viennese Waltz Samba Quick Step Jive
Brenda & Quintus Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Paso Doble Samba
Uyanda & Ryan Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Paso Doble
Mark & Kabelo Quck Step Jive Foxtrot
Mutodi & Tebogo Cha Cha Tango
     Highest scoring dance
     Lowest scoring dance

Season 5[edit]

Season 5 premiered on SABC2 on Thursday 2 October 2008, at 19:30. There are 10 episodes in the fifth season.

It was preceded by a one-hour special, Strictly Come Dancing: The Story So Far, on Thursday 25 September, which took a retroactive look at past seasons and previewed the fifth season.

The first part (19:30-20:30) was where the contestants showed off their various dancing talents and the second part (21:30) where the results were revealed.Shot live from the Carlton Hotel Ballroom, the eight-part series was once again hosted by Ian von Memerty and Sandy Ngema.

A major change to the show this season came in the form of 10 couples who competed over 10 weeks – in past seasons eight couples competed over eight weeks.

The 10 celebrity couples lining up for the 5th season of SABC2's Strictly Come Dancing were announced on Wednesday 17 September 2008.

The celeb talent included an infamous comedian/actor, two well-known radio DJs, a racing car driver, an Afro-jazz pop-diva, an ex-Miss South Africa, a popular soapie star, a showjumping champion/model, a member/creator of a popular hip hop group and an ex-Gladiator.

Judges[edit]

The judging panel consists of:

Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of 40.

Couples[edit]

The celebrity contestants and their partners for this season were:

Celebrity Occupation Professional partner Status
Lebo "Shugasmakx" Mothibe Director of Buttabing Entertainment and Ventilation Production Seipati Nthoesane Eliminated 1st
on 16 October 2008
Judith Sephuma Multiple SAMA-Award winning and respected Afro-jazz pop artist Eksteen Traut Eliminated 2nd
on 23 October 2008
Adil More Voice of Metro FM's Top 40 Chart Show Robynn Soules Eliminated 3rd
on 30 October 2008
Hlubi Mboya Local TV's rising young stars Khutso Khunou Eliminated 4th
on 6 November 2008
Gugu Zulu Local motor racing champion and TV presenter Sarah Cooper Eliminated 5th
on 13 November 2008
Garth Collins TV/theatre/film actor, comedian and MC Hayley Bennett Eliminated 6th
on 27 November 2008
Anele Mdoda Co-presenter of the Grant & Anele show on 5FM Brandon Eilers Le Riche Eliminated 7th
on 27 November 2008
Cindy Nell Ex-Miss South Africa, model, and presenter of SABC2's Pasella Jonathan Broadway Third Place
on 4 December 2008
Tessa van Duuren Professional A-grade show jumper, model and TV presenter Grant Esterhuizen Runner-Up
on 4 December 2008
Rob van Vuuren Actor and comedian, presenter of SABC2's Crazy Games Mary Martin Winners
on 4 December 2008

Scores[edit]

Team Place 1 2 3 1+2+3 4 5 6 7 8 9 8+9 10
Rob & Mary
1
27
-
32
59
33
28
32
29
30+32=62
40+39=79
141
40+39+40=119
Tessa & Grant
2
-
30
32
62
30
30
27
30
37+37=74
36+35=71
145
39+36+37=112
Cindy & Jonathan
3
-
21
23
44
24
29
27
28
29+30=59
30+28=58
117
34
Anele & Brandon
4
-
26
24
50
29
23
28
26
24+26=50
27+34=61
111
Garth & Hayley
5
24
-
17
41
25
27
28
27
26+25=51
23+22=45
96
Gugu & Sarah
6
23
-
27
50
23
28
23
20
Hlubi & Khutso
7
-
23
25
48
26
29
26
Adil & Robynn
8
19
-
24
43
29
23
Judith & Eksteen
9
-
20
20
40
23
Shugasmakx & Seipati
10
17
-
20
37
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 that finished in the bottom two and werw in the Dance-off.
     indicates the couples that were in the Dance-off, but due to a computer mistake, it has no value to elimination next week.
     indicates the couple that was in the Dance-off, but due to a computer mistake, it was safe.
     indicates the winning couple.
     indicates the runner-up couple.
     indicates the third-place couple.

Dances Performed[edit]

Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Rob & Mary Waltz Group Mambo Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Samba Viennese Waltz Cha Cha Rumba Tango Paso Doble Tango Jive Freestyle
Tessa & Grant Group Salsa Cha Cha Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Samba Viennese Waltz Waltz Rumba Tango Paso Doble Waltz Rumba Freestyle
Cindy & Jonathan Group Salsa Cha Cha Rumba Tango Paso Doble Samba Viennese Waltz Waltz Rumba Foxtrot Jive Quick Step
Anele & Brandon Group Salsa Cha Cha Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Samba Viennese Waltz Rumba Waltz Tango Paso Doble
Garth & Hayley Waltz Group Mambo Quick Step Jive Foxtrot Samba Viennese Waltz Cha Cha Rumba Tango Paso Doble
Gugu & Sarah Waltz Group Mambo Rumba Tango Paso Doble Samba Viennese Waltz
Hlubi & Khutso Group Salsa Cha Cha Rumba Tango Paso Doble Samba
Adil & Robynn Waltz Group Mambo Rumba Tango Paso Doble
Judith & Eksteen Group Salsa Cha Cha Rumba Tango
Shugasmakx & Seipati Waltz Group Mambo Quick Step
     Highest scoring dance
     Lowest scoring dance
     Unscored dance

Series 6[edit]

Hosts[edit]

  • Marc Lottering
  • Pabi Moloi

Judges[edit]

The judging panel consists of:

Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of 30.

Couples[edit]

The celebrity contestants and their partners for this season were:

Celebrity

Occupation

Professional partner

Status

L'vovo Singer Mary Martin Eliminated 1st

on 24 July 2013

Kuli Roberts Radio Personality Sylvester Eliminated 2nd

on 31 July 2013

Damon Kalvari Radio Personality Hayley Hammond Eliminated 3rd

on 7 August 2013

Connie Ferguson Soap Actress Legend Brandon Eilers Le Riche Eliminated 4th

on 14 August 2013

Jay Anstey Actress Tsholo Moholwane Eliminated 5th

on 21 August 2013

Mpho Popps Comedian Nombulelo Hlathi Eliminated 6th

on 28 August 2013

Graeme Richards Espresso Presenter Lindsay Muckle Eliminated 7th

on 5 September 2013

Thapelo Mokoena Film Maker Hayley Bennett 2nd Runner Up

on 11 September 2013

Lalla Hirayama Model & TV Presenter Grant Esterhuizen 1st Runner Up

on 11 September 2013

Zakeeya Patel The Wild Actress Ryan Hammond Winner

on 11 September 2013

Couple 1 2 3 4 5 Average
Zakeeya & Ryan 18 21 26 55 56 25.1
Lalla & Grant 21 24 27 - 51 24.6
Thapelo & Hayley 16 20 25 48 44 21.9
Graeme & Lindsey 18 20 19 42 47 20.9
Mpho & Nombulelo 16 19 21 43 19.8
Jay & Tsholo 17 18 20 18.3
Connie & Brandon 16 18 17.0
Kuli & Sylvester 12 12.0
Damon & Hayley 12 12.0
L'vovo & Mary 13 13.0

Season 7[edit]

Season 7 started airing on 18 July 2014 on SABC 3. Live episodes are aired on Fridays from 20:00 to 21:45, with the results show airing the following day at 19:00. The results show is recorded directly after the live show.

Hosts[edit]

  • Katlego Maboe
  • Roxy Burger

Judges[edit]

The judging panel consists of:

Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of 30.

Couples[edit]

The celebrity contestants and their partners for this season were:

Celebrity

Occupation

Professional partner

Status

Janine Davies Race Car Driver Tsholo Moholwane Eliminated 1st

on 26 July 2014

Boity Thulo Actress Ryan Hammond Eliminated 2nd

on 2 August 2014

LeAnne Dlamini Popstar Johannes Still In
Jonathan Boynton-Lee Top Billing Presenter Hayley Bennet-Fraiden Still in
Khanyi Mbau Actress Quintus Still in
Leandi du Randt Actress Brandon Still in
Siv Ngesi Comedian Marcella Still in
Donovan Goliath Comedian Mary Still in
Ashish Gangapersad Actor Lindsey Muckle Still In
John Mametsa Rugby Player Nombulelo Still in
Couple 1 [1] 2 [2] 1+2 3 [3] 4 [4] 5 [5] 6 [6] 7 [7] 8 [8] 7+8 9 [9] 10 [10] Average
Top 3 Top 2
Jonathan & Hayley 14 18 32 16 21 25 24 25+17=42 25+24=49 91 22+22=44 27 +27=54 21.5
Leandie & Brandon 18 19 37 22 18 23 28 25+22=47 22+27=49 96 27+30=57 30 +30=60 24.4
LeAnne & Johannes 18 20 38 21 21 24 21 22+25=47 25+28=53 100 26+26=52 29 23.5
Ashish & Lindsey 18 16 34 15 18 20 20 18+20=38 21+16=37 75 21+23=44 18.8
John & Nombulelo 14 19 33 - 25 23 19 18+22=40 21+20=41 81 20.1
Khanyi & Quintus 21 23 44 25 21 26 23 23.2
Siv & Marcella 15 17 32 19 20 21 18.4
Donovan & Mary 16 17 33 18 19 17.5
Boity & Ryan 19 19 38 20 19.3
Janine & Tsholo 16 13 29 14.5

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