Let's Dance: 4.8 million viewers saw Lili Paul-Roncalli's victory

For the first time in around four years, a woman has won the final of "Let's Dance". On Friday evening Lili Paul-Roncalli (22) won the title "Dancing Star 2020". The Austrian artist's victory against sports climber Moritz Hans (24) and the Swiss singer Luca Hänni (25, "Diamant") was watched by an average of 4.80 million television viewers, according to RTL.

The finale of the 13th season was the day winner in the target group of 14- to 49-year-old viewers and could only be beaten by the "Tagesschau" for the general public, as the media magazine "DWDL" reports. According to a press release from the broadcaster RTL, an average of 4.7 million people over the age of three were tuned in. Despite the live audience evaporated due to the Corona crisis and some other precautions, the just completed season with these values ​​is the best of the format since 2014.

Top two times

The grand finale was actually exciting, however, but Paul-Roncalli and Hans from the jury – consisting of Motsi Mabuse (39), Joachim Llambi (55) and Jorge González (52) – received top marks for their three dances and overall get a maximum of 90 points. Hänni was already beaten up before the evaluation of the viewer calls because, in addition to a perfect 30-point round, he also only received 27 points from the jury twice, which is still excellent. "You danced great for ordinary people," explained Daniel Hartwich (41), who moderated with Victoria Swarovski (26) as usual.

All episodes of this year's season of "Let's Dance" can be seen again on "TV Now"