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The dancers introduced

Which dancers will be in “Let’s Dance” 2024? We’ll tell you which professional dancers are training with the celebrities in season 17 on RTL.

RTL “Let’s Dance” 2024 started on February 23rd at 8:15 p.m. – it is already the 17th season. In the dance show, 14 prominent celebrity candidates compete as participants for the title “Dancing Star 2024”. They want to try to convince the incorruptible jury made up of Motsi Mabuse, Joachim Llambi and Jorge Gonzalez of their dancing talents. This time too, they will be supervised by professional dancers who will work out a choreography tailored to the respective motto for the candidates and train them to the limits of their physical and mental performance.

Malika Dzumaev and Zsolt Sándor Cseke, the winners of the 2023 Professional Challenge, have the honor of choreographing the opening of the new season, giving it a personal touch. In addition, they receive a bonus jury ranking point that they can redeem together with their celebrities until the 4th show. All episodes of the 17th season of “Let’s Dance” as well as the subsequent editions of “Exclusiv Spezial – Let’s Dance” will be produced again in UHD.

We introduce you to the professional dancers in short profiles – there are twelve old acquaintances and two new ones.

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“Let’s Dance” professionals 2024: The dancers

These women represent the female side of the professional team:

Anastasia Stan (26, aus Pforzheim)

Anastasia Stan

Photo: RTL / Nelli Vidator

  • First time participation in “Let’s Dance” this year
  • Born in Moldova, lives in Pforzheim
  • Has been dancing since the age of 6 and is a licensed trainer for juniors, Latin and standard tournament groups

Ekaterina Leonova (36, from Munich)

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Ekaterina Leonova

Photo: RTL (private)

  • Born in Volgograd, Russia, started with Standard and Latin at the age of 10
  • Successful dance career with numerous titles and awards
  • Won “Let’s Dance” for the first time in 2019 with Pascal Hens, holds the record for three consecutive wins as a professional dancer

Kathrin Menzinger (35, from Vienna)

Kathrin Menzinger

Photo: RTL / Maximilian Kumptner

  • Started dancing ballet at the age of 3, reached the final of the state Latin championship at the age of 13
  • Successes with dance partner Vadim Garbuzov, including multiple world championship titles in show dance
  • Author, baker, and winner of the German Cookbook Prize for “Let’s Bake! My Favorite Christmas Cookies”

Malika Dzumaev (32, from Bremen)

Malika Dzumaev

Photo: RTL / Thorben Heks

  • Born in Russia, has lived in Germany since 2001
  • Successes in dance sport with life partner Zsolt Sándor Cseke, including Northern European Championship title
  • Bachelor’s degree in public health and A judge’s license in dance sports

Martha Arndt (34, from Karlsruhe)

Martha Arndt

Photo: RTL / Stefan Gregowius

  • Born in Poland, moved to Germany at the age of 11
  • Multiple German champion in professional Latin American dances
  • International trainer and judge with a focus on Latin and standard dances
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Maria Maksina (27, from Cologne)

Maria Maksina

Foto: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images

  • Born in Russia, came to Germany at the age of 12
  • WADF World Champion in Discofox, German Champion in Standard Dance
  • Cousin of Ekaterina Leonova, already known as an additional dancer on “Let’s Dance”.

Patricia Ionel (28, from Hamburg)

Patricia Ionel

Photo: RTL / Maximilian Kumptner

  • Lithuanian high-performance athlete, former “Miss Lithuania”
  • Success in dance sports, finalist at world championships and Miss International
  • Designer of “Bellatricia Refined” and mother of a son with dance partner Alexandru Ionel

The male dance professionals at “Let’s Dance” 2024

And here are the men in the “Quälgeist” team:

Mikael Tatar too (27, from Frankfurt)

Mikael Tatar too

Photo: RTL / Albert Podrekar

  • Originally from Russia, in Frankfurt for over 20 years.
  • Has been dancing since the age of ten, multiple successes in dance sports.
  • Trained under Motsi Mabuse and is involved in nature and outdoor sports.

Alexandru Ionel (29, from Hamburg)

Alexandru Ionel

Photo: RTL / Maximilian Kumptner

  • Born in Moldova, has been dancing since the age of 7
  • German and Moldovan championship titles with Patricija Ionel
  • Dentist, fashion label owner, father of a son and participant in “RTL Turmsprung”

Massimo Sinató (43, from Mannheim)

Massimo Sinató

Photo: RTL / Stefan Gregowius

  • Born in Mannheim, successful professional dancer
  • Danced with Rebecca Mir, won “Let’s Dance” with Sophia Thomalla
  • Choreographer for “Germany’s Next Top Model”, fashion designer

Paul Lorenz (36, from Bonn)

Paul Lorenz

Photo: RTL / Stefan Weber

  • Born in Russia, dance sport since the age of 6
  • German champion in Kyokushin Karate, runs a dance school in Moscow
  • Studies in sports management and communication, master’s degree in information management
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Vadim Garbuzov (36, from Vienna)

Vadim Garbuzo

Photo: RTL / Maximilian Kumptner

  • Born in Ukraine, multiple world champion in show dance with Kathrin Menzinger
  • Three-time “Dancing Stars” winner, danced in the first men’s pair on “Let’s Dance”
  • Choreographer for musical productions, successful in show dance and Latin

Valentin Lusin (36, from Düsseldorf)

Valentin Lusin

Photo: RTL / Luisa- Ulyana Kazakbaev

  • Born in Russia, world champion in showdance standard with wife Renata
  • Studied sports and biology to become a teacher, trainer and adjudicator

Zsolt Sándor Cseke (36, from Bremen)

Zslot Sandor Cseke

Photo: RTL

  • Romanian dancer, dance partner of Malika Dzumaev since 2015
  • North German champion S-Latin, finalist at German championships
  • Trainer and singer, winner of the “Professional Challenge” and head choreographer

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