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Who’s out? Mega surprise in episode 1

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Let’s Dance 2024: Who’s out, who’s still there?

Update, March 2, 12:12 a.m.: Completely unexpectedly, comedian Maria Clara Groppler has to leave the show. “I like cheeky young women, but if you have such a mouth, then you have to deliver,” tough juror Llambi criticized the comedian harshly after her performance. The live ticker from March 1st is available to read.

The RTL viewers on “The Gropplers out? “This is a huge surprise,” writes one user. The majority of X users were of the opinion that Tillmann would be eliminated. “Shit, I’ll never look again!” commented another angrily user.

Update, March 2, 12:06 a.m.: Comedian Maria Clara Groppler and entrepreneur Tilmann Schulz have to tremble. Ann-Kathrin Bendixen progresses despite her miserable jury rating.

Update, March 1, 11:54 p.m.: In the first show after getting to know each other, the celebrities have to show what they’re made of and present their first individual dances to the audience. The dance highlights include the rousing Cha-Cha-Cha by Sophia Thiel and Alexandru Ionel, the inspiring Jive by Biyon Kattilathu and Marta Arndt and the soulful Slow Waltz by Detlef D! Soost and Ekaterina Leonova.

Things are going less well for Tillmann Schulz. After he was already compared to a ship’s swing brakeman in Joachim Llambi’s introductory show because of his miserable Viennese waltz, he gets his fat off in this episode too. Llambi is strict: “Tango is a man’s dance,” and he certifies Tillman as a complete failure. “The emotions don’t come across,” Jorge agrees with Llambi. There are a meager seven points. This puts Tilmann Schulz together with Ann-Kathrin Bendixen in last place according to the jury ratings. With such a low score, only audience calls can save you from being thrown out.

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But Tillmann makes a mistake with them. During Stefano Zarrella and Mariia Maksina’s passionate tango, the camera pans to the entrepreneur, who is looking intently at his cell phone.

On the platform Krone,” said an X user. Another user summarizes the situation as follows: “Motsi says they want to see passion and RTL shows an apathetic Tillmann playing on his cell phone.” A third party demands immediate consequences for this behavior: “Tillmann is welcome to be thrown out with his cell phone,” is the comment. Will this faux pas cost him further?

First report March 1st, 1 p.m.: After the get-to-know-you show on February 23rd, in which the dance couples from the RTL dance show “Let’s Dance” were brought together, things get serious for the first time on March 1st: the dance couple with the lowest rating will have to leave the shipment.

Let’s Dance 2024: Top favorite Gabriel Kelly can’t be kicked out in episode 1

Only one “Let’s Dance” candidate is safe from being thrown out: Gabriel Kelly got a place in the next round with a direct ticket after he thrilled the audience and the jury with a Viennese waltz in the introductory show.

Let’s Dance 2024: Stefano Zarrella visibly nervous before the live show

“Let’s Dance” candidate Stefano Zarrella in particular is visibly nervous before the first regular broadcast. In his Instagram story on Friday he said: “There is one more thing that is on my heart,” said Stefano. “Uh, there’s a lot going on right now and a lot happening, you’ve got shows and you’ve got lights. It’s so crazy simple. Yes… and I definitely want to say that I’m only human, just like you.” Whether the 33-year-old is trying to prepare his fans for a possible expulsion in the first broadcast remains uncertain.

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Let’s Dance 2024: Who else is there?

In the first regular episode of “Let’s Dance” on March 1, 2024, all dance couples are still there and present the following dances:

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