Let's Dance: For Senna Gammour, show number three is over

Let's dance
For Senna Gammour, show number three is over

It wasn't enough for Senna Gammour and Robert Beitsch

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In the third "Let's Dance" episode, one busily dances "Toblerone", the other the perfect jive – and Senna Gammour dances off.

A dozen more dance couples cavorted on the dance floor at the beginning of show number three of "Lets Dance" on RTL (also on TVNow) – so, like every week, one too many. Many a problem child of the show was able to show clear progress, while many a disguised favorite stumbled. The perfect jive of Rúrik Gíslason (33) and Renata Lusin (33) was finally followed by the departure of Senna Gammour (41), who apparently did not only mess with Joachim Llambi (56) with her defiant manner.

Few points, good mood – and slow fox metal

Erol Sander (52) and his dance partner Marta Arndt (31) received "only" 17 points from Llambi and Co. at the beginning of the show, but it was a quantum leap compared to the previous shows. Piste pig Kai Ebel (56) was even happy about his 13 points, which could be easily improved. However, he could justifiably claim that no one has danced the "Toblerone" (called Paso Doble) as fervently as he did.

The daring song selection of the evening was chosen by the male dance couple consisting of Nicolas Puschmann (29) and Vadim Garbuzov (33). They conjured up a slow fox on Metallica's "Enter Sandman" – and it was tough. There were 28 points for the two, while Auma Obama (61) and Andrzej Cibis (33) only collected 17 points for their Slowfox.

Valentina Pahde is not yet perfect

In the third episode, Valentina Pahde (26) had to learn that you should definitely not rest on the laurels of the previous week. She had recently achieved the highest number of points with dance partner Valentin Lusin (34) with 30 points and promptly blossomed into one of the favorites of the current season. But now she was brought back to the dance floor of facts. With a comparatively average 22 points.

Completely different point fields: The winner of the hearts, Jan Hofer (69), was happy with a polite, broad grin about 12 points. Mickie Krause (50), who was also somewhat stiff at the hips, was happy a little later when his rumba was over. His loins circled one point more than Hofer.

"Let's Dance" saved the highlight until his last dance. "Waited the whole evening and it was really worth it," said Motsi Mabuse (39) when Gíslason and Lusin themselves warmed Llambi's heart with their jive. "That's great dancing!" Exclaimed even the chief critic. The salary? Of course, 30 points for only the third jive in the history of the show to get the best rating.