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Dancing with the Stars From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For the video game based on the American series, see Dancing with the Stars (video game). International versions of Dancing with the StarsDancing with the Stars is the name of a group of international television series based on the format of the British series Strictly Come Dancing, distributed by BBC Worldwide the commercial arm of the BBC. Presently distributed in 31 countries, Australia was the first country to adapt the BBC show, and versions have also been produced in the USA with Dancing with the Stars (U.S. TV series), Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, and Ukraine. As a result the format has become the world's most popular television programme across all genres in 2006 and 2007 according to magazine Television Business International, reaching the Top 10 in 17 countries. The show pairs a number of Stars with professional ballroom dancers, who each week compete by performing dances, which are then given scores by a panel of judges. Viewers are given a certain amount of time to place votes on their favorite dancers, either by telephone or (in some of the shows) by the Internet. The couple with the lowest combined score (judges plus viewers) is eliminated and does not go on to the next week. This process continues until there are only two or three couples left, at which point one couple is declared the champion. Contents [hide] 1 Franchise history 2 Australia 2.1 Winners 3 Austria 3.1 Season 1 3.2 Season 2 3.2.1 Scorecard 3.3 Season 3 3.4 Season 4 3.5 Special Episodes 4 Argentina 4.1 Season 1 4.2 Season 2 4.3 Season 3 4.4 Season 4 4.5 Season 5 4.6 World Champion 5 Brazil 5.1 Seasons 6 Bulgaria 7 Chile 7.1 Season 1 7.2 Season 2 7.3 Season 3 7.4 Season 4 8 China (including Hong Kong) 9 Croatia 9.1 Season 1 9.2 Season 2 9.3 Season 3 9.3.1 Scorecard 10 Czech Republic 10.1 Season 1 (2006) 10.2 Season 2 (2007) 10.3 Season 3 (2008) 11 Denmark 11.1 Season 1 (Spring 2005) 11.2 Season 2 (Autum 2005) 11.3 Season 3 (2006) 11.4 Season 4 (2007) 11.5 Christmas Gala 2007 11.6 Season 5 (2008) 12 Estonia 12.1 Season 1 12.2 Season 2 12.3 Season 3 13 Finland 13.1 Season 1 13.2 Season 2 13.3 Season 3 13.4 Season 4 14 Germany 15 India 16 Israel 17 Italy 18 Latvia 19 The Netherlands 19.1 Scoring charts 20 New Zealand 21 Norway 22 Poland 23 Portugal 24 Romania 25 Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina 25.1 Season 1 25.2 Season 2 25.3 Season 3 25.4 Season 4 26 Sweden 26.1 Season 1 26.2 Season 2 26.3 Season 3 26.4 Season 4 26.4.1 Judges' scoring summary 27 Turkey 28 Ukraine 29 United Kingdom 30 United States 31 Other countries 32 World Championship 33 References 34 External links  Franchise history Cheryl Burke, Julianne Hough, Raimondo Todaro and Stefano Oliveri made Dancing With The Stars franchise history by becoming the only professional dancers to win two back to back championships, each. Cheryl Burke won her first Dancing With The Stars USA Championship with 98 Degrees boy band member Drew Lachey in the second season and won her second championship with NFL star Emmitt Smith in the third season. Julianne Hough won her first championship with Olympic Speed Skating Gold Medalist Apolo Anton Ohno in the fourth season and her second championship with Indy 500 Champion star Helio Castroneves in the fifth season. Raimodo Todaro won his first championship on the Italian version of "Dancing with the Stars" called "Ballando con le stelle" with former Miss Italia and Television presenter Cristina Chiabotto in the show's second season and again with Olympic Long Jump Silver Medalist Fiona May during the show's third season. Stefano Oliveri won his first championship on Dancing with the Stars New Zealand with Suzanne Paul, a New Zealand infomercial television star in season 3, and his second in season 4 with Temepara George a New Zealand netball champion. In New Zealand, Carol-Ann Hickamore is the only female pro dancer to win. She won the 2nd season with former rugby player Norm Hewitt. Carol-Ann later became a judge in Season 3 and 4 after Season 7 judge Donna Dawson left. Julianne Hough became the youngest professional dancer on Dancing with the Stars when she was partnered with Apolo Anton Ohno in the season four at age 18. Shawn Johnson became the youngest contestant on dancing with the stars in the season eight at age 17. Kym Johnson, Tobias Karlsson, Ingrid Thompson, Stefano Olivieri, Brian Fortuna, and Csaba Szirmai have appeared on two different versions of Dancing with the Stars. Kym has danced on the U.S. and the Australian versions, while Tobias Karlsson appeared in the Danish and Swedish versions. Ingrid Beate Thompson appeared in the Norwegian and Swedish versions, while Csaba Szirmai and Stefano Olivieri appeared in the Australian and New
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Zealand versions. Brian Fortuna danced one season in the US with Shandi Finnessey, and has signed up to do Strictly Come Dancing. Edyta Sliwinska is the only professional dancer on Dancing with the Stars to appear in every US season. In the original UK format, Strictly Come Dancing, Anton du Beke, Erin Boag, Brendan Cole and Camilla Dallerup have appeared in every series thus far. In the New Zealand version, Rebecca Nicholson is the only professional to have appeared in every season. She came (out of 8) 3rd in Season 1, 6th in Season 2, 5th in Season 3 and 4th in Season 4. Jill Halfpenny and Darren Bennett were the first couple to ever receive a perfect forty score in the format on Strictly Come Dancing for the Jive in the series two finale. Two competitors have presented a series of the format. The winner of series one Strictly Come Dancing, Natasha Kaplinsky stood in for Tess Daly, who was on maternity leave for series two (she co-presented with Bruce Forsyth), while the winner of season two of Dancing with the Stars Drew Lachey stood in for Samantha Harris, who was on maternity leave for season five (he co-presented with Tom Bergeron). The lowest score ever given out in the Dancing with the Stars franchise history was a 1, which was giving out to Rodney Hide during his cha-cha and Nikki Webster in Australia in 2005.  Australia Further information: Dancing with the Stars (Australian TV series) Dancing with the Stars has aired on the Seven Network since late 2004 and is hosted by Daniel MacPherson and Sonia Kruger. In late 2007, previous host Daryl Somers left the series after seven seasons. For the first seven seasons, there were four judges: Paul Mercurio, ballroom dancer and star of the Australian film, Strictly Ballroom. Todd McKenney, former Latin dance champion and theatre star. He stared as Peter Allen in The Boy From Oz. Helen Richey, former international Latin champion and one of the world's leading coaches and most sought after adjudicators. Mark Wilson, Five time Australian Dancesport champion and adjudicator. Before the eighth season aired, Paul Mercurio was dropped from the judging panel. The series has won the prestigious Logie Award, and has been named one of the most successful television programs to air on Australian television. The show averages around 2 million viewers a week nationally across Australia. The program was made by the BBC in conjunction with Granada but since season eight, has been produced by Freehand. The most recent season concluded on November 9th, 2008.  Winners Season One (Late 2004) - Bec Cartwright Season Two (Early 2005) - Tom Williams Season Three (Late 2005) - Ada Nicodemou Season Four (Early 2006) - Grant Denyer Season Five (Late 2006) - Anthony Koutoufides Season Six (Early 2007) - Kate Ceberano Season Seven (Late 2007) - Bridie Carter Season Eight (Late 2008) - Luke Jacobz  Austria The first season of "Dancing Stars" started airing in Autumn of 2005 on ORF1, the second season started in Spring 2006, the third season in Spring of 2007 and the fourth season in 2008. Dancing Stars hosts: In Season 1, 2 and 3 the show was Peewee Herman (Main Host) and Mirjam Weichselbraun (Backstage and Interviews). In Season 4 Mirjam Weichselbraun replaced Alfons Haider and winner of Season 3 Klaus Eberhartinger took her place  Season 1 In the first Season no couple had to leave the first show and only two pairs were left in the final show. In all other Seasons one couple had to leave the first show and three pairs were left in the final show. Mat Schuh (Singer and Entertainer) with Kelly Kainz (8th place) Arabella Kiesbauer (Host) with Balázs Ekker (7th place) Peter Rapp (ORF Host) with Julia Polai (6th place) Patricia Kaiser (Miss Austria 2000 and track and field athlete) with Alexander Kreissl (5th place) Stefano Bernardin (Actor) with Christina Auer (4th place) Barbara Rett (ORF Host) with Manfred Zehender (3rd place) Toni Polster (Ex soccer player) with Michaela Heintzinger (2nd place) Marika Lichter (Musicalactress) with Andy Kainz (winner)  Season 2 Gerda Rogers (Astrologer) with Andy Kainz (10th place) Ulrike Beimpold (Actress and Comedian) with Manfred Zehender (9th place) Edi Finger jun. (Radio-sportscaster) with Nicole Kuntner (8th place) Barbara Karlich (Talkshow Host) with Alexander Zaglmeier (7th place) Gregor Bloéb (Actor) with Michaela Heintzinger (6th place) Simone Stelzer (Singer) with Alexander Kreissl (5th place) Hans Georg Heinke (Journalist and Newscaster) with Elke Gehrsitz (4th place) Nicole Beutler (Actress) with Balázs Ekker (3rd place) Andreas Goldberger (Ex Ski jumper) with Julia Polai (2nd place) Manuel Ortega (Singer) with Kelly Kainz (winner)  Scorecard Couple EP 1 EP 2 EP 3 EP 4 EP 5 EP 6 EP 7 EP 8 Manuel & Kelly 25 29 34 35 34 36+34=70 Andreas & Julia 24 21 24 28 27 24+32=56 Nicole & Balázs 30 32 32 35 33 36+33=69 Hans & Elke 24 23 22 32 24 21+32=53 Simone & Alexander 28 27 29 33 27 28+32=60 Gregor & Michaela 23 30 32 31 30 Barbara & Alexander 24 29 29 32 Edi & Nicole 16 21 23 Ulrike & Manfred 29 26 Gerda & Andy 20  Season 3 Timna Brauer (Singer and Artist) with Manfred Zehender (10th place) Hera Lind (bestselling author) with Alexander Kreissl (9th place) Stephanie Graf (Ex Runner) with Andy Kainz (8th place) Michael Konsel (Ex soccer player) with Nicole Kuntner (7th place) Harry Prünster (Host) with Michaela Heintzinger (6th place) Nina Proll (Actress) with Balázs Ekker (5th place) Michael Tschuggnall (Starmania-Winner 2002) with Alice Guschelbauer (4th place) Zabine Kapfinger (Singer) with Alexander Zaglmaier (3rd place) Peter L. Eppinger (Ö3-Host) with Julia Polai (2nd place) Klaus Eberhartinger (Singer, EAV-Frontman ) with Kelly Kainz (winner)  Season 4 Claudia Stöckl (Ö3-Host) with Alexander Kreissl (10th place) Peter Tichatschek (Host) with Michaela Heintzinger (9th place) Oliver Stamm (Beachvolleyball player) with Julia Polai (8th place) Christine Reiler (Miss Austria 2007) with Manfred Zehender (7th place) Marc Pircher (Singer) with Kelly Kainz (6th place) Jeannine Schiller (Charity-Lady) with Balázs Ekker (5th place) Hans Kreuzmayr (Waterloo & Robinson) with Alice Guschelbauer (4th place) Elke Winkens (Schauspielerin) with Andy Kainz (3rd place) Elisabeth Engstler (Host) with Alexander Zaglmaier (2nd place) Dorian Steidl (Host) with Nicole Kuntner (winner)  Special Episodes One Week after the final of each Season a "Dancing Stars Best of" was aired and after the "Best of" of Season 3 there was a special episode called " Dancing Stars - Die Traumhochzeit" (Dancing Stars - the dreamwedding) in which the professional ballroom dancers Balázs Ekker and Alice Guschelbauer got married.  Argentina See: Bailando por un sueño (Argentina). "Bailando por un sueño" is aired in a television programme called ShowMatch since April 17, 2006. It's hosted by Marcelo Tinelli.  Season 1 Since April 17, 2006. The winners of this season were Carmen Barbieri and Cristian Ponce. Carmen Barbieri (Vedette) and Cristian Ponce.winners Dady Brieva (Humorist, Actor) and Mirtha Lima.2nd place Jessica Cirio (Model) and Marcelo Petrín. Miguel Ángel Cherutti (Humorist) and Emilia Chaya Almada. Guillermo Novelis (Singer) and Lorena Musa. Dalma Maradona (Daughter of Diego Maradona) and Omar Madeo. Pamela David (Model, participant of El BarTV 2) and Pablo Gimenez. Matias Santoriani (Actor) and Nathalia Rodriguez.  Season 2 Since July 3, 2006. The winners of this season were Florencia de la V and Manuel Rodríguez. Florencia de la V (Vedette) and Manuel Rodriguez.Winners Emilia Attias (Actress) and Lucas Tortorici.2nd place María Eugenia Ritó (Vedette) and Darío Diaz fazzola. Moria Casán (Vedette) and Leonardo Piccinato. Miguel Del Sel (Actor, Humorist) and María Leonor Ochoa. Silvina Luna (Model, participant of Gran Hermano 2) and Matías Ramirez. Gino Renni (Actor) and Karina Carignato. Emanuel (Magician) and Lorena Battle Ojeda. Boy Olmi (Actor) and Lorena Parayez. Ana Acosta (Actress, Humorist) and Óscar Méndez. Pablo Tamagnini (Singer, participant of Operación Triunfo) and Fabiana Limanski. Pablo Alarcón (Actor) and Viviana Perez.  Season 3 Since October 2, 2006. The winners of this season were Carla Conte and Guillermo Conforte. Carla Conte (Actrees) and Guillermo Conforte.Winners María Vazquez (Model) and Diego Bogado.2nd Place Laura Fidalgo (Dancer) and Gustavo Rojas. Ximena Capristo(Model, Participant of Gran Hermano 2, winner of Patinando por un sueño) and Guido de Paoli. María Vanenzuela (Actress) and Matias Pedemonte. Luciana Salazar (Model) and Luis David Jazmín. Eliana Guercio (Model) and Diego Viera. Evangelina Carrozo (Model, Ecologist) and Javier Rojas. Julieta Prandi (Model, Actrees) and Eduardo Garro. Marcela "La Tigresa" Acuña (Boxer) and Javier Riveros. Ginette Reynal (Model) and Pablo Pezet. Amalia "Yuyito" Gonzalez (Model) and Carlos Juarez. Karina Jelinek (Model) and Cesar Soria. Beatriz Salomón (Vedette) and Franco Contreras Alejandra Pradón (Vedette) and Nicolás Avoletta.  Season 4 Since April 16, 2007. The winners of this season were Celina Rucci and Matias Sayago. Celina Rucci (Vedette) and Matias Sayago.winners Paula Robles (Dancer, the host wife) and Franco Tabernero.2nd Place Liz Solari (Top Model from Dotto Models agency) and Daniel Meza Sánchez.3rd Place Florencia de la V (Vedette, winner of Bailando por un sueño 2, Dragqueen) and Martín de la Iglesia.4th Place Carla Conte (Actress, winner of Bailando por un sueño 3) and Damian Duarte. Cinthia Fernandez (Model, participant of Gran Hermano Famosos) replaced Catherine Fullop(Actress) and Rodrigo Esmella. María Eugenia Rito (Vedette) replaced Juana Repetto and Esteban Hernández. Rocio Marengo (Model) and Ivan Gonzalez Cabról. Matias Alé (boyfriend of Graciela Alfano) and Gisela Bernal. Rocío Guirao Díaz (Model) and Nicolás Villalba. Claudia Fernandez (Dancer) replaced Ileana Calabró (actress, winner of cantando por un sueño 1) and Maximiliano D'Iorio. Flavia Palmiero (Actrees, hostess) and Exequiel López. Nazarena Velez (cat ) and Facundo de Palo. Silvia Süller (Vedette) replaced Carmen Barbieri and Leandro Ángelo. Anabel Cherubito (Model) and Lucas Álvarez Márquez. Ileana Calabro (Actrees, winner of Cantando por un sueño) and Maximiliano D'Iorio. Gustavo Guillen (Actor) and Abigail Pereira. Juana Reppeto (Actress) and Esteban Hernández. Victoria Onetto (Actress) and Adrián Sánchez. Daniel Agostini (Singer) and Virginia Gallardo. José María Listorti (Humorist) replaced La Hiena Barrios(Boxer) and Estefania Canedi. Carmen Barbieri (Vedette, winner of Bailando por un sueño, Judge in Bailando por un sueño 2 and 5)and Leandro Ángelo. Soledad Fandiño (Actress) and Lucas Álvarez Vázquez. Nina Peloso (Politic Activist) and Facundo Mazzei. Paula Morales (Model, Actress) and Alejandro García. Carolina Oltra (Model) and Nicolás Tadioli. Soledad Solaro (Model) and Alejandro Váldez. Alejandra "Locomotora" Olivera (Boxer) and Enzo González. Silvia Süller (Vedette) and Fernando Ragnini.  Season 5 Since April 14, 2008. Evangelina Anderson (Model) and Julián Andrés Caradajal.Retired due pregnancy replaced twice first by Eliana Guercio who also retired due pregnancy and marriage, and secondly replaced with Claudia Fernández. Eliminated Laura Fidalgo (Dancer) and Miguel Brandán.2nd place. Sofía Zomolo (Model) and Lucas Heredia. Eliminated Jessica Cirio (Actrees, Vedette) and Gabriel Usandibaras Carrizo. Eliminated. Valeria Archimó (Dancer) and Leandro Nimo. 3rd place. Mónica Farro (Model) and Nicolás Scillama. Elimintaed. Daniel "La Tota" Santillan (Singer) and Virginia Dobrich. Eliminated. Eunice Castro (Model) and Carlos Bernal. Eliminated. Carolina "Pampita" Ardohain (Model) and Nicolás Armengol. Winners. Karina Jelinek (Model) and Lucas Gonzalez (replaced by Pier Fritzcher). Eliminated in Music for kids Illona "La Ciccolina" Staller (Porn actress) replaced by Adabel Guerrero (Vedette) and Joel Ledesma. Eliminated in "Merengue" Sabrina Rojas (Model) and Juan Pablo Bataglia. Eliminated in "Aerodance". Marcelo de Belis (Actor) and Cristhel Coopman.Eliminated in "National rock" Fernanda Vives (Model) and Adrián Díaz. Eliminated in "Stripdance" Natalia Fassi (Model) and Abel Faccini. Eliminated in "Jive". Serafín Zubiri (Singer and Pianist, finalist of ¡Mira quien baila! in Spain) and Natalia Soledad Bollini. Eliminated in "Latin Adagio". Millie Stegmann (Actress) and Alejandro Gallego. Eliminated in "Arabian music". María Fernanda Callejón (Actress) and Rodrigo Escobar. Eliminated in "Nacional Beat". Pablo Ruiz (Singer) and Vanessa Encina Gotzl. Eliminated in "PoleDance". Carolina Baldini (Model) and Paulo Pedernera. Eliminated in "Cuarteto". Jorge Ibañez (couturier) and María Lourdes Sanchez. Eliminated in "Videoclips". María Eugenia "Kenita" Larrain (Model) and Martin Whitencamp. Eliminated in "Latin pop". Marianela Mirra (Model, Winner of Gran hermano 2007) and Carlos Cruz. Eliminated in "Reggaeton". Veronica Varano (Actress) and Jorge Tajjomiski. Eliminated in "Lambada". Florencia Gómez Córdoba (Model) and Daniel Díaz. Eliminated in "Adagio". Gabriela Bo (Actress) and Juan José Ávila. Eliminated in "Cha cha cha". Belén Francese (Model) and Diego López Pappalardo. Eliminated in "Hip-hop". Dolores Barreiro (Model) and Pier Fritzcher. Eliminated in "Axé". Gladys Florimonti (Humorist) and Ariel Sambrano. Eliminated in "Cumbia". Adriana Aguirre (Vedette) and Martin Peirano. Eliminated in "Rock and Roll". Victoria Vanucci (Model) and Eliseo Alvarez. Eliminated in "Salsa". Natacha Jaitt (Model, Finalist of Gran Hermano 6 in Spain) and Cristian Alberto Falcón. Eliminated in "Disco".  World Champion In Dancing With the Stars World Champion set in Mexico, Argentina won the 3rd place with the couple of Laura Fidalgo and Gustavo Rojas from "Bailando por un sueño" season 3.  Brazil "Dança dos Famosos" (en:Dance of the Famous) is aired in Brazil since November 20, 2005 on Sundays nights. It's hosted by Faustão. The concept of the show is to pair a celebrity with a professional dancer in an attempt to win a high score from a panel of five judges and then a high number of votes from the audience. The panel of judges changes every week and it is formed by three artistic judges and two professional judges. Every Sunday, the couple with the lowest score is eliminated. Further information: Dança dos Famosos  Seasons Season Winner Runner-Up Season Premiere Season Finale 1 Karina Bacchi & Fabiano Vivas Alexandre Barilari & Aline Phyrro November 20, 2005 December 18, 2005 2 Juliana Didone & Leandro Azevedo Kelly Key & Marcelo Chocolate February 12, 2006 March 26, 2006 3 Robson Caetano & Ivonete Liberatto Stepan Nercessian & Michelle Cerbino May 14, 2006 August 6, 2006 4 Rodrigo Hilbert & Priscila Amaral Elaine Mickely & Átila Amaral March 11, 2007 June 10, 2007 5 Christiane Torloni & Álvaro Reis Rafael Almeida & Jaqueline Fernandes February 24, 2008 May 11, 2008 6 TBA TBA March 9, 2009 2009  Bulgaria See: Dancing Stars The second season of the show started on 22nd September 2008, it is called Dancing Stars and is aired on bTV. The show is hosted by Radost Draganova and Todor Kolev. The show airs from Monday to Thursday with two live shows - on Monday (main show) and Thursday (results show) and two background episodes on Tuesday and Wednesday. "Dancing stars" proved to be a huge success reaching an average audience share over 40%, beating Nova Television's Big Brother 4. Judges: Vladimir Bozhilov Galena Velikova Neshka Robeva Contestants: Anya Pencheva (born 12th September 1957) - Actress Niki Kunchev (born 26th December 1960) - TV host Alisia - Pop-folk singer Galena - Pop-folk singer Bojidar Iskrenov (born 1st August 1962) - Former football player Kalki (born 9th December 1962) - Singer Violeta Markovska (born 24th April 1987) - Actress Neti (born 14th September 1975) - Actress and singer Andrei Batashov (born 10th September 1965) - Actor Georgi Mamalev (born 5th August 1952) - Actor Iliana Raeva - Ex gymnast (born 15th March 1963) Georgi Kostadinov (born 20th September 1979) - Winner of Survivor BG 2 Orlin (born 23rd April 1979) - Pop singer Elena Yoncheva (born 27th May 1964) - Journalist Official Site  Chile El Baile en TVN ("The Ball on TVN") is aired in Televisión Nacional de Chile since October 16, 2006. It's hosted by Rafael Araneda and Karen Doggenweiler.  Season 1 Since October 16, 2006. The winners of this season were Juvenal Olmos and Claudia Miranda.  Season 2 Since March 5, 2007. The winners of this season were Cristian Arriagada and Paz Bustos.  Season 3 Since August 22, 2007. The winners of this season were Francisco Reyes and Irene Bustamante. Carolina "Pampita" Ardohain (Argentine Top Model, partnered by Diego Heilig) Maria Eugenia Larrain "Kenita Larrain" (Chilean Top Model, partnered by Rodrigo Escobar) Amaya Forch (Chilean Singer and Actress, partnered by William Orrock) Catalina Palacios (Entertainer of Infantile televising programs, partnered by Darwin Ruz) Adrea Tessa (Chilean singer, partnered by Alfredo Araya) Gianella Marengo (ex-reality show participant, partnered by Emilio Rubilar) Leandro Martínez (Chilean singer and member of the televising program "Rojo Fama Contrafama", partnered by Maria Isabel Sobarzo) Francisco Reyes (Chilean actor of the national television network TVN, partnered by Irene Bustamante) Juan Pablo Matulic (ex-reality show participant, partnered by Francini Amaral) Eliseo Salazar (Chilean Automovilistic Runner, partnered by Claudia Miranda) Hotuiti Teao (Chilean model from Easter Island, partnered by Monica Valenzuela) Carlos von Mühlenbrock (Chilean Chef and entertainer of Chilean televising programs, partnered by Viví Rodriguez  Season 4 The winners of this season were Fernando Godoy and Paz Bustos. The contestants of this season are : Sebastian Ferrer (Stylist & panelist of T.V show "Pollo en conserva") Mario Guerrero (Singer) Sandra O Ryan (Actress) Reinaldo González (Military instructor of reality shows "Pelotón") Cristian Riquelme (Actor) Denisse Malebrán (Singer) Fernando Godoy (Actor, comediant & T.V host) Mariana Derderian (Actress, singer & T.V host) Sergio Vargas (Ex - football player) Paola Camaggi (Model & T.V host) Raquel "KEL" Calderón (Young actrees, singer, model & Panelist of TV shows) Iván Torres ("The Weather man") Rosita Parsons (Model)  China (including Hong Kong) This article contains Chinese text. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Chinese characters. The Chinese version is a co-production between Hong Kong's TVB and the mainland's Hunan TV under licence from the BBC. It is available free-to-air in Hong Kong on TVB Jade. In mainland China it is aired on Hunan Satellite Television, which is free-to-air in Hunan, and available in urban areas throughout the rest of mainland China through widespread cable systems. The Chinese title (simplified Chinese: 舞动奇迹; traditional Chinese: 舞動奇跡; pinyin: Wǔdòngqíjì) is difficult to translate, but could be rendered as Miracle Dancing or "Miracles of Dance Moves". The official English title is Strictly Come Dancing. Each broadcaster provides five male and five female dancers, for a total of twenty. Pairs were determined by audience SMS votes. The programme began airing in late 2007, in order to mark the 1997 handover of Hong Kong from the UK to the People's Republic of China.  Croatia Hosted by Barbara Kolar and Duško Čurlić. Judges: Elio Bašan Milka Babović Dinko Bogdanić Davor Bilman Official Site  Season 1 The first season of Ples sa zvijezdama ("Dancing with the Stars") started airing on December 2, 2006 on HRT1. The contestants were: Zrinka Cvitešić (actress) with Nicolas Quesnoit (Winners) Rene Bitorajac (actor) with Mirjana Žutić (runner-up) Maja Šuput (singer) with Ištvan Varga (6th eliminated) Žarko Radić (actor) with Ivana Antinac (5th eliminated) Zoran Vakula (meteorologist) with Ksenija Plušćec (4th eliminated) Sandra Bagarić (opera singer) with Leon Ajtlbez (3rd eliminated) Dubravko Šimenc (water polo player) with Tamara Despot (2nd eliminated) Zdenka Kovačićek (singer) with Hrvoje Kraševac (1st eliminated) Highest score of the season (40): Zrinka & Nicolas (Jive - 3rd episode) Zrinka & Nicolas (Slowfox - 4th episode) Maja & Ištvan (Paso Doble - 4th episode) Maja & Ištvan (English Waltz - 6th episode) Zrinka & Nicolas - total - 80 points (English Waltz & Paso Doble - 7th episode) Maja & Ištvan (Slowfox - 7th epizode) Zrinka & Nicolas - total - 120 points (English Waltz, Samba & Freestyle - final episode) Rene & Mirjana (Freestyle - final episode) Lowest score of the season: Žarko & Ivana - 16 points (Samba - 5th episode)  Season 2 The second season of Ples sa zvijezdama ("Dancing with the Stars") started airing on November 3, 2007 on HRT1. The contestants were: Luka Nižetić (singer) with Mirjana Žutić (Winners) Lana Jurčević (singer) with Hrvoje Kraševac (runner-up) Davor Gobac (singer) with Tamara Despot (6th eliminated) Nikolina Pišek (TV hostess) with Ištvan Varga (5th eliminated) Danijela Martinović (singer) with Nicolas Quesnoit (4th eliminated) Iva Majoli (tennis player) with Marko Herceg (3rd eliminated) Damir Markovina (actor) with Ana Herceg (2nd eliminated) Mirko Fodor (TV host) with Žana Alerić (1st eliminated) Highest score of the season (40): Luka & Mirjana (Paso Doble - 6th episode) Lana & Hrvoje - total - 80 points (Quickstep & Paso Doble - 7th episode) Luka & Mirjana - total - 80 points (Tango & Cha-cha-cha - 7th episode) Luka & Mirjana (Paso Doble & Freestyle - final episode) Lowest score of the season: Davor & Tamara - 20 points (Samba - 5th episode)  Season 3 The third season of Ples sa zvijezdama ("Dancing with the Stars") started airing on October 25, 2008 on HRT1. The contestants were: Mario Valentić (actor, model and former Mister of Croatia) with Ana Herceg (Winners) Zlata Mück (TV and radio hostess) with Ištvan Varga (runner-up) Daniela Trbović (TV hostess) with Nicolas Quesnoit (6th eliminated) Martina Zubčić (bronze olympic medal in taekwondo) with Robert Schubert (5th eliminated) Antonija Šola (singer) with Hrvoje Kraševac (4th eliminated) Goran Grgić (actor) with Sara Stojanović (3rd eliminated) Luka Vidović (magician and actor) with Mirjana Žutić (2nd eliminated) Nikša Kaleb (handball player) with Tamara Despot (1st eliminated) Highest score of the season: Zlata & Ištvan- 40 points (Tango - final episode) Mario & Ana - 40 points (Freestyle - final episode) Lowest score of the season: Goran & Sara - 17 points (Jive - 3rd episode)  Scorecard Couple Average EP 1 EP 2 EP 3 EP 4 EP 5 QF SF F ★Mario & Ana★ 34.8 33 32 34 36 32 32+31=63 35+36=71 39 + 38 + 40 = 117 Zlata & Ištvan 31.9 23 22 29 30 27 31+33=64 39+33=72 40 + 38 + 38 = 116 Daniela & Nicolas 35.8 25 30 37 39 37 38+38=76 39+39=78 Martina & Robert 30.7 29 29 31 31 26 33+36=69 Antonija & Hrvoje 31 20 32 35 39 29 Goran & Sara 21 20 22 17 25 Luka & Mirjana 21.3 20 23 21 Nikša & Tamara 19.0 18 20 Bold numbers indicate the couples with the highest score for each week. Italic numbers indicate the couples with the lowest score for each week. indicates the couples eliminated that week. indicates the returning couple that finished in the bottom two. Dances are: Cha-cha-cha Waltz Rumba Quickstep Jive Tango Paso doble Slowfox Samba Freestyle  Czech Republic Named "StarDance ... When the Stars are Dancing" and aired (so far) 3 seasons by Czech Television. Hosted by Tereza Kostková & Marek Eben. Judges: Vlastimil Harapes (Season 1) Richard Hes (Season 2) Zdeněk Chlopčík (Season 1, 2, 3) Mahulene Bočanová (Season 2) Tatiana Drexler (Season 2, 3) Jaroslav Kuneš (Season 3) Leona Kvasnicová (Season 3)  Season 1 (2006) The contestants were: Roman Vojtek (musical singer) with Kristýna Coufalová (Winners) Václav Vydra (actor) with Petra Kostovčíková (runner-up) Tomáš Dvořák (olympionic) with Kamila Tománková (6th eliminated) Mahulena Bočanová (actress) with Jaroslav Kuneš (5th eliminated) Jolana Voldánová (TV News host) with Jan Tománek (4th eliminated) Jana Švandová (actress) with Zdeněk Fenčák (3rd eliminated) Jan Čenský (actor) with Tereza Bufková (2nd eliminated) Helena Zeťová (singer) with Eduard Zubák (1st eliminated)  Season 2 (2007) The contestants were: Aleš Valenta (ski jumper) with Iva Langerová (Winners) Tatiana Vilhelmová (actress) with Petr Čadek (runner-up) Jiří Schmitzer (actor, singer) with Simona Švrčková (6th eliminated) Michal Dlouhý (actor) with Michaela Gatěková (5th eliminated) Robert Záruba (TV SPORT NEWS host) with Vanda Dětinská (4th eliminated) Monika Žídková (model) with Jan Halíř (3rd eliminated - because of Jan's car crash) Lenka Filipová (singer) with Michal Petr (2nd eliminated) Štěpánka Hilgertová (olympionic) with Michal Němeček (1st eliminated)  Season 3 (2008) The contestants are: Dana Batulková (actress) and Jan Onder Zuzana Norisová (actress, singer) and Jan Kliment Vladimír Kratina (actor) a Laura Klimentová Jaromír Bosák (TV sport host) a Eva Krejčířová Jana Doleželová (model) and Michal Necpál (4th eliminated) David Suchařípa (actor) and Albina Zaytseva (3rd eliminated) Iva Frühlingová (singer) a Michal Kostovčík (2nd eliminated) Bohouš Josef (singer) and Lenka Tvrzová (1st eliminated)  Denmark The first season of Vild med dans ("Mad about Dancing") was aired on the Danish TV-channel TV 2 in 2005 and the contestants were:  Season 1 (Spring 2005) Mia Lyhne (actress) and Thomas Evers Poulsen (winners) Erik Peitersen (TV workman) and Marianne Eihilt Klaus Bondam (politician and actor) and Soffie Dalsgaard Jesper Skibby (racing cyclist) and Julia Petrovic Stine Stengade (actress) and Lars Christensen Marianne Florman (handball player) and René Christensen Sofie Stougaard (actress) and Tobias Karlsson  Season 2 (Autum 2005) David Owe (actor) and Vickie Jo Ringgaard (winners) Eskild Ebbesen (Olympic-winning oarsman) and Marianne Eihilt Sisse Fisker (TV hostess) and Steen Lund Peter Mygind (actor) and Mie Moltke Zindy Laursen (singer) and Tobias Karlsson Bettina Aller (magazine editor) and René Christensen Kim Milton Nielsen (soccer referee) and Ann Wilson Allan Olsen (actor) and Soffie Dalsgaard Mayianne Dinesen (radio hostess) and Lars Christensen Birthe Kjær (folk singer) and Bo Loft Jensen, left the show because of health problems  Season 3 (2006) Christina Roslyng (Olympic-winning handballplayer) and Steen Lund (winners) Simon Mathew (singer) and Viktoria Franova Nikolaj Christensen (singer) and Soffie Dalsgaard Anna David (singer) and René Christensen Ole Olsen (speedway racer) and Marianne Eihilt Master Fatman (TV DJ) and Mie Moltke Annette Heick (singer/TV hostess) and Thomas Evers Poulsen Liv Corfixen (actress) and Mads Vad Gert Bo Jacobsen (boxer) and Vickie Jo Ringgaard Lærke Winther Andersen (actress) and Klaus Kongsdal  Season 4 (2007) Robert Hansen (actor) and Marianne Eihilt (winners) Vicki Berlin (comedian/actress) and Steen Lund/Jesper Dalsgaard Rikke Hørlykke (Olympic-winning handball player) and Mads Vad Lai Yde (actor) and Mie Moltke Lisbeth Østergård (TV-hostess) and Thomas Evers Poulsen Anne Louise Hassing (actress) and Michael Olesen Said Chayesteh (actor) and Mette Georgio Paula Larrain (TV hostess) and René Christensen Nicolai Moltke-Leth (military man) and Soffie Dalsgaard Benedikte Hansen (actress) and Bo Loft Jensen Joachim Boldsen (handball player) and Vickie Jo Ringgaard, went out because of health problems  Christmas Gala 2007 Simon Mathew and Viktoria Franova (winners) David Owe and Vickie Jo Ringgaard Mia Lyhne and Thomas Evers Poulsen Christina Roslyng and Steen Lund Robert Hansen and Marianne Eihilt Master Fatman and Mie Moltke  Season 5 (2008) Joachim B. Olsen (shot put olympic medalist) and Marianne Eihilt (winners) Tina Lund (European show jmping champion) and Tobias Karlsson Anne-Grethe Bjarup Riis (actress) and Michael Olesen Anne-Mette Rasmussen (kindergarten teacher and Prime Minister's wife) and Thomas Evers Poulsen Hans Pilgaard (TV host) and Mie Moltke Szhirley (singer) and Silas Holst Kenneth Carlsen (tennis player) and Katrine Bonde Søren Bregendal (singer/actor) and Ashli Williamson Jette Torp (singer) and Mads Vad Oliver Bjerrehuus (model) and Victoria Franova Three regular judges were: Anne Laxholm, Britt Bendixen, and Jens Werner. Allan Tornsberg was the fourth judge in 2006-2008. Through the shows there have been guest judges.  Estonia The show is called Tantsud tähtedega (Dances with the stars) and is aired on Kanal 2. The 3rd season is hosted by Mart Sander and Gerli Padar.  Season 1 Hosts Mart Sander and Kristiina Heinmets-Aigro. Judges: Ants Tael, Merle Klandorf, Kaie Kõrb, Jüri Nael # Mikk Saar (singer) and Olga Kosmina Gerli Padar (singer) and Martin Parmas Erki Nool (athlete, Olympic gold medalist) and Ave Vardja Aivar Riisalu (businessman, singer) and Kristina Tennokese Vilja Savisaar (politician) and Veiko Ratas Ingrid Tähismaa (journalist) and Aleksandr Makarov Reet Linna (singer, TV-presenter) and Eduard Korotin Indrek Tarand (director of museum) and Kaisa Oja  Season 2 Hosts Mart Sander and Merle Liivak. Judges: Ants Tael, Merle Klandorf, Kaie Kõrb, Jüri Nael # Koit Toome (singer) and Kerttu Tänav Luisa Värk (singer) and Martin Parmas Peep Vain (top-instructor) and Olga Kosmina Andrus Värnik (athlete, World Championship gold medalist) and Kaisa Oja Dag Hartelius (Swedish ambassador to Estonia) and Kristina Tennokese Kristiina Ojuland (politician) and Aleksandr Makarov Katrin Karisma (actress) and Veiko Ratas Beatrice (model) and Eduard Korotin  Season 3 Hosts Mart Sander and Gerli Padar. Judges: Ants Tael, Merle Klandorf, Riina Suhotskaja, Märt Agu Maarja-Liis Ilus (singer) and Veiko Ratas - Runner-ups Piret Järvis (singer) and Mairold Millert, third eliminated Erika Salumäe (politician, athlete, 2 times Olympic gold medalist) and Kristjan Kuusk, second eliminated Evelyn Sepp (politician) and Marko Kiigajaan, fifth eliminated Lauri Pedaja (actor, hairdresser) and Kristina Tennokese, sixth eliminated Henrik Normann (actor) and Kaisa Oja, fourth eliminated Arne Niit (designer) and Olga Kosmina, first eliminated Argo Ader (bodybuilder) and Helena Liiv - Winners  Finland  Season 1 The series (titled Tanssii tähtien kanssa (Dances with Stars); a pun on the title of the film Dances with Wolves, Tanssii susien kanssa) aired in spring 2006, featuring Tomi Metsäketo (tenor) partnered by Sanna Hirvaskari, eventual winners Kristiina Elstelä (actress) partnered by Marko Keränen, runners-up Jone Nikula (music executive, Idols judge) partnered by Katja Koukkula, sixth eliminated Keith "Keke" Armstrong (soccer coach) partnered by Helena Ahti-Hallberg, fifth eliminated Markus Pöyhönen (track athlete) partnered by Sanna Hento, fourth eliminated Katja Kannonlahti (news anchor) partnered by Jussi Väänänen, third eliminated Suvi Miinala (model, Miss Finland 2000) partnered by Juha Pykäläinen, second eliminated Leena Harkimo (member of Parliament) partnered by Erik Hento, first eliminated  Season 2 (spring 2007) featured Mariko (musician) partnered by Aleksi Seppänen, eventual winners Sari Siikander (actress) partnered by Mikko Ahti, runners-up Sami Sarjula (actor) partnered by Sanna Hirvaskari, sixth eliminated Eppu Salminen (actor) partnered by Anna Sainila, fifth eliminated Jani Sievinen (swimmer) partnered by Helena Ahti-Hallberg, fourth eliminated Vanessa Kurri (model, Miss Finland 1999) partnered by Marko Keränen, third eliminated Roman Schatz (TV personality, writer) partnered by Saara Huovinen, second eliminated Pirkko Arstila (journalist, writer) partnered by Vesa Anttila, first eliminated Singer Kirill Babitzin was to take part in the competition, but he suddenly died on January 31. His place was taken by Schatz.  Season 3 (spring 2008) featured Maria Lund (singer, actress) partnered by Mikko Ahti Nicke Lignell (actor) partnered by Susa Matson, runners-up Tuuli Matinsalo (athlete) partnered by Aleksi Seppänen, eighth eliminated Antti Kaikkonen (member of Parliament) partnered by Satu Markkanen, seventh eliminated Joonas Hytönen (TV personality) partnered by Kati Koivisto, sixth eliminated Vappu Pimiä (TV and radio personality) partnered by Jani Rasimus, fifth eliminated Merja Larivaara (actress) partnered by Janne Talasma, fourth eliminated Jimi Pääkallo (singer, actor) partnered by Anna Sainila, third eliminated Jyrki Anttila (tenor) partnered by Satu Suomi, second eliminated Sikke Sumari (TV personality, restauranteur) partnered by Daniel Ylimäki, first eliminated  Season 4 (spring 2009, ongoing) features Bettina Sågbom (TV reporter) partnered by Jani Rasimus Wilson Kirwa (long distance runner) partnered by Susa Matson Kim Herold (musician, ex-model) partnered by Sanni Siurua Satu Tuomisto (Miss Finland 2008, model) partnered by Janne Talasma Rosa Meriläinen (writer, ex-politician) partnered by Sami Helenius Rolf Nordström (plastic surgeon) partnered by Nitta Kortelainen Pirkko Mannola (actress) partnered by Mika Jauhiainen Miia Nuutila (actress) partnered by Vesa Anttila Mato Valtonen (musician, actor) partnered by Janica Mattsson Simo Frangén (comedian) partnered by Satu Markkanen, first eliminated  Germany The series is called Let's Dance. Season 1 aired in April 2006 on RTL. Season 2 aired in May 2007. Both seasons have been hosted by Hape Kerkeling & Nazan Eckes. Contestants season 1 Sandy Mölling (singer) With Roberto Albanese Wolke Hegenbarth (actress) With Oliver Seefeldt Heike Henkel (former athlete) With Dirk Bastert Heide Simonis (former politician) With Hendrik Höfken Axel Bulthaupt (TV-host) With Anna Karina Mosmann Wayne Carpendale (actor) With Isabel Edvardsson - Winners Jürgen Hingsen (former decathlethe) With Uta Deharde Jochen Horst (actor) With Sofia Bogdanova Contestants season 2 Ben (singer/TV-host) With Christine Deck Katja Ebstein (singer) With Oliver Seefeldt Jenny Elvers-Elbertzhagen (actress/TV-host) With Sascha Karabey Giovane Élber (former soccer-player) With Isabel Edvardsson Guildo Horn (singer) With Motshegetsi Mabuse Markus Majowski (actor) With Anastasiya Kravchenko Margarethe Schreinemakers (former TV-host) With Jürgen Schlegel Susan Sideropoulos (actress) With Christian Polanc - Winners Jasmin Wagner (singer) With Hendrik Höfken Eralp Uzun (actor) With Anna Karina Mosmann Further information (German): Let's Dance  India Main article: Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa Winners: Season 1: Mona Singh Season 2: Prachi Desai  Israel Main article: Rokdim Im Kokhavim Winners: Season 1: Eliana Bekier Season 2: Guy Arieli Season 3: Rodrigo Gonzáles Season 4: Galit Giat  Italy Four season of the show, called Ballando con le Stelle, have been aired on Rai Uno. All the series have been hosted by Milly Carlucci. Singer and TV presenter Amanda Lear has been part of the judging panel in series 1,2,4 and 5 The first series (titled Ballando con le Stelle) aired in Autumn 2004, featuring: Fabrizio Frizzi (partnered by Samanta Togni) Francesco Salvi (partnered by Natalia Titova) Paola Ferrari (partnered by Andrea Placidi) Igor Cassina (partnered by Denise Abrate) Gianni Ippoliti (partnered by Valentina Vincenzi) Carla Paneca (partnered by Lucio Cocchi) Anna Maria Barbera (partnered by Ilario Parise) Hoara Borselli (partnered by Simone Di Pasquale) - Winners The second series (titled Ballando con le Stelle) aired in Autumn 2005, featuring: Syusy Blady (partnered by Emanuele Ricci) Alessandra Canale (partnered by Simone Di Pasquale) Loredana Cannata (partnered by Samuel Peron) Cristina Chiabotto (partnered by Raimondo Todaro) - Winners Mario Cipollini (partnered by Marina Aleksejeva) Youma Diakite (partnered by Giuseppe Albanese) Fabio Fulco (partnered by Claudia Nicolussi) Diego Maradona (partnered by Angela Panico) Stefano Masciarelli (partnered by Francesca Vispi) Marco Mazzocchi (partnered by Vincenza Farnese) Vincenzo Peluso (partnered by Natalia Titova) Francesca Reggiani (partnered by Sergio Sampaoli) The third series (titled Ballando con le Stelle) aired Autumn 2006, featuring: Massimiliano Rosolino (partnered by Natalia Titova) Antonio Cupo (partnered by Giada Giacomoni) Rodolfo Laganà (partnered by Hildegard Salvatore) Sean Kanan (partnered by Tinna Hoffman) Biagio Izzo (partnered by Samanta Togni) Rudy Smaila (partnered by Lucia Annese) Eva Grimaldi (partnered by Simone Di Pasquale) Fiona May (partnered by Raimondo Todaro) - Winners Chiara Boni (partnered by Samuel Peron) Pamela Camassa (partnered by Angelo Madonia) Sofia Bruscoli (partnered by Manuel Favilla) Martina Pinto (partnered by Umberto Gaudino) Tiberio Timperi (partnered by Elena Coniglio) Orietta Berti (partnered by Andrea Placidi) The fourth series (titled Ballando con le Stelle) aired in Autumn 2007, featuring: Irene Pivetti (partnered by Mauro Rossi) Massimo Lopez (partnered by Serena Lecca) Giovanni Muciaccia (partnered by Ola Karieva) Catherine Spaak (partnered by Benedetto Capraro) Gabriele Cirilli (partnered by Vicky Martin) Anna Falchi (partnered by Stefano Di Filippo) Riccardo Sardonè (partnered by Annalisa Di Filippo) Ivan Zazzaroni (partnered by Natalia Titova) Maria Elena Vandone (partnered by Samuel Peron) - Winners Elisa Silvestrin (partnered by Sante Mandolini) Michael Reale (partnered by Marta Faiola) Licia Colò (partnered by Raimondo Todaro) The fifth series (titled Ballando con le Stelle) aired in January 2009, featuring: Maurizio Aiello (partnered by Sara Di Vaira) Carol Alt (partnered by Raimondo Todaro) Emanuela Aureli (partnered by Roberto Imperatori) Stefano Bettarini (partnered by Samanta Togni) Corinne Clery (partnered by Chuck Danza) Alessio Di Clemente (partnered by Alessandra Mason) Metis Di Meo (partnered by Simone Di Pasquale) Andrea Montovoli (partnered by Ola Karieva) Licia Nunez (partnered by Dima Pakhomov) - Winners Andrea Roncato (partnered by Vicky Martin) Emanuele Filiberto, Prince of Venice and Piedmont (partnered by Natalia Titova) Valentina Vezzali (partnered by Samuel Peron)  Latvia Two seasons of the show, called "Dejo ar zvaigzni", have aired on TV3 Latvia. The winners of the first season (2007) Lauris Reiniks- singer and actor (partnered by Aleksandra Kurusova) The winners of the second season (2008) Raivis Vidzis- athlete, weightlifter (partnered by Viola Abramova)  The Netherlands Series one was shown in Summer/Autumn 2005. It featured Inge de Bruijn (sportswoman) (partnered by Remco Bastiaansen) Joris Lutz (presenter) (partnered by Euvgenia Parakhina) Koert-Jan de Bruijn (actor) (partnered by Charissa van Dipte) Inge Ipenburg (actress) (partnered by Koen Jan Willem Brouwers) Ans Markus (artist) (partnered by Peter Bosveld) Irene van de Laar (presenter) (partnered by Marcus van Teijlingen) Rudolph van Veen (cook) (partnered by Roemjana de Haan) Jim Bakkum (singer) (partnered by Julie Fryer) Jim Bakkum was eventually declared the winner. Series two is shown in Winter/Spring 2006. It features: Lieke van Lexmond (actress) (partnered by Remco Bastiaansen) Winston Post (actor) (partnered by Euvgenia Parakhina) Maik de Boer (stylist) (partnered by Charissa van Dipte) Myrna Goossen (presenter) (partnered by Koen Jan Willem Brouwers) Edsilia Rombley (singer) (partnered by Peter Bosveld) Barbara de Loor (speed-skater) (partnered by Marcus van Teijlingen) John de Wolf (sportsman) (partnered by Roemjana de Haan) Frits Sissing (presenter) (partnered by Julie Fryer) The finale will be aired 13-05-2006. The two contestants who got this far are Barbara de Loor and Winston Post. The winner was declared Barbara de Loor, who got the highest amount of points from the jury, and most votes as well. On New Year's Eve 2005, a New Year's special was shown. It featured: Catherine Keyl (Presenter) (partnered by Marcus van Teijlingen) Tatjana Šimić (actress, model) (partnered by Koen Jan Willem Brouwers) Marit van Bohemen (sporter) (partnered by Peter Bosveld) Lieke van Lexmond (actress) (partnered by Remco Bastiaansen) Bas Muijs (actor) (partnered by Roemjana de Haan) Christijan Albers (Formula 1-driver for Spyker-MF1) (partnered by Julie Fryer) Hans Klok (partnered by Charissa van Dipte) Ernst Daniël Smid (Singer) (partnered by Euvgenia Parakhina) This was won by Tatjana Šimić and Koen Brouwers Special Christmas and New Year's Eve 2006,with Yolanthe Cabau van Kasbergen (actress) and Peter Bosveld Wilbert Gieske (actor) and Roemjana de Haan Do (singer) and Koen Brouwers Arnold Vanderlyde (bronze medal winner Los Angeles 1984,Seoul 1988, Barcelona 1992) and Charissa van Dipte Patricia Paay (member of girl-group the star-sisters) and Remco Bastiaansen Bastiaan Ragas (singer/musicalstar) and Julie Fryer Eric van Tijn (musicproducent) and Euvgenia Parakhina Anita Witzier (presenter) and Marcus van Teijlingen Do and Koen Brouwers won this special. On March 31 2007 the third season started. This featured: Bart Chabot (writer) and Kimberly Smith Christophe Haddad (actor) and Ilse Lans Bob de Jong (olympic champion skating) and Euvgenia Parakhina Martijn Krabbé (presenter) and Roemjana de Haan Lodewijk Hoekstra (TV-gardener) and Charissa van Dipte Aukje van Ginneken (actress/singer) and Remco Bastiaansen Nikkie Plessen (presenter) and Peter Bosveld Fabienne de Vries (former VJ) and Koen Brouwers Helga van Leur (meteorologist) and Marcus van Teijlingen This season was won by Helga van Leur and Marcus van Teijlingen  Scoring charts week. indivates the couple was in the bottom 3. indicates the couple in the bottom 2. indicates the winning couple. indicates the runner-up couple. indicates the third place couple. Team Place 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 6 7 Jim & Julie 1 29 30 59 36 26 36 28+35=63 29+36=65 Irene & Marcus 2 24 31 55 31 35 33 33+38=71 34+37=71 Inge B & Remco 3 32 31 63 35 29 31 30+34=64 38+30=68 Joris & Euvgenia 4 25 19 44 24 32 27 21+25=46 Koert-Jan & Charissa 5 21 31 52 26 34 28 Inge I & Koen 6 23 32 55 27 26 Rudolph & Roemjana 7 27 25 52 28 Ans & Peter 8 27 26 53 Team Place 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 6 7 Barbara & Marcus 1 27 28 55 35 30 33 38+36=74 37+32=69 Winston & Euvgenia 2 30 30 60 29 38 35 33+37=70 38+35=73 Frits & Julie 3 32 27 59 33 31 31 32+40=72 29+36=65 John & Roemjana 4 23 27 50 25 29 22 31+25=56 Lieke & Remco 5 30 32 62 27 33 31 Edsilla & Peter 6 30 24 54 32 32 Myrna & Koen 7 24 21 45 24 Mike & Charissa 8 20 23 43 Team Place 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Helga & Marcus 1 27 30 57 31 30 33 33+29=62 31+28=59 33+36=69 34+36+38=108 Christophe & Ilse 2 32 31 63 35 37 38 40+34=74 34+36=70 39+36=75 38+40+40=118 Nikkie & Peter 3 29 25 54 30 31 36 34+39=73 28+33=61 40+36=76 Bob & Euvgenia 4 24 23 47 27 27 28 32+27=59 28+27=55 Martijn & Roemjana 5 29 28 57 30 35 28 36+31=67 Bart & Kimberly 6 21 21 42 24 25 21 Aukje & Remco 7 28 29 57 31 34 Lodewijk & Charissa 8 16 20 36 18 Fabienne & Koen 9 26 30 56  New Zealand Main article: Dancing with the Stars (New Zealand TV series) Winners of Each Series: Norm Hewitt and Carol-Ann Hickmore (Season 1) Lorraine Downes and Aaron Gilmore (Season 2) Suzanne Paul and Stefano Olivieri (Season 3) Temepara George and Stefano Olivieri (Season 4)  Norway The series was named Skal vi danse? (en: Shall We Dance?). The first Season was broadcast in Winter/Spring 2006 on TV 2. It featured: Simen Agdestein (chess player/coach) (partnered by Gyda Kathrine Bloch Svela-Thorsen) Terje Sporsem (comedian) (partnered by Cecilie Brink Rygel) Katrine Moholt (TV hostess) (partnered by Bjørn Wettre Holthe) Caroline Dina Kongerud (singer) (partnered by Gustaf Lundin) Signy Fardal (publisher and magazine editor) (partnered by Geir Gundersen) Finn Schjøll (flower decorator) (partnered by Lena Granaas Lillebø) Tom A. Haug (actor) (partnered by Therese Cleve) Anita Moen (Former Cross-country skier) (partnered by Thomas Kagnes) Otto Robsahm (handyman) (partnered by Michelle Lindøe) Guri Schanke (actress and singer) (partnered by Tom Arild Hansen) The Season Finale took place in March 2006. Winners were TV hostess Katrine Moholt and her partner Bjoern Wettre Holthe. The professional jury in "Skal Vi Danse"s 1st Season were: Trine Dehli Cleve Tor Fløysvik Anita Langset Trond Harr The second Season of Skal vi danse? (en: Shall We Dance?) premiered in September 2006. It featured: Jeanette Roede, administrative manager. She was partnered by Jan-Eric Fransson Trude Mostue, TV-Veterinarian. She was partnered by Tom Arild Hansen Christer Torjussen, comedian. He was partnered by Lena Granaas Lillebø Elisabeth Andreassen, singer. She was partnered by Mats Brattlie Tone Damli Aaberge, singer. She was partnered by Tom-Erik Nilsen Susann Goksør Bjerkrheim, former handball-player. She was partnered by Asmund G. S. Grinaker Eirik Newth, writer and radio host. He was partnered by Therese Cleve Steffen Tangstad, former professional boxer, now a sports manager. He was partnered by Ingrid Beate Thompson Kristian Ødegård, TV-producer and comedian/joke host. He was partnered by Alexandra Kakurina Ingar Helge Gimle, actor. He was partnered by Gyda Kathrine Bloch Svela-Thorsen The Season Finale took place on 24 November 2006. Winners were TV-producer/comedian/joke host Kristian Ødegård and his dancing partner Alexandra Kakurina. The professional jury in "Skal Vi Danse"s 1st Season were: Trine Dehli Cleve Tor Fløysvik Cecilie Brinck Rygel Trond Harr In the spring of 2007, TV 2 will air a programme called Isdans (en: Figure Skating) , in which six celebrities have been paired with professional skaters. The show is similar to Dancing with the Stars, with the difference being that figure skating rather than ballroom dancing is performed. The participants are: Dorthe Skappel, TV show hostess, partnered by Janusz Komendera Sandra Lyng Haugen, Artist, partnered by Aleksander Sunde Iversen Per Christian Ellefsen, Actor, partnered by Marianne Fjørtoft Pål Anders Ullevålsæter, Rally motor cyclist, partnered by Anna Pouchkov Anette Bøe, Retired cross-country skier, partnered by Aleksandr Smokvin Jim Martinsen, Retired ice hockey player, partnered by Kaja Hanevold The third season was aired in the autumn 2007. It featured: Tshawe Baqwa, rapper - Winner Esben Esther Pirelli Benestad, transvestite doctor Mona Grudt, former Miss Universe Pia Haraldsen, TV host Trine Hattestad, former athlete Finn Christian Jagge, former alpine skier Dag Otto Lauritzen, former cyclist Mari Maurstad, entertainer Jostein Pedersen, TV host Liv Marit Wedvik, country singer The fourth season, aired autumn 2008, features Hans Petter Buraas, alpine skier - eliminated 3rd Tor Endresen, singer eliminated 5th Tore Andre Flo, football player - runner-up Janne Formoe, actress - eliminated 1st Mikkel Gaup, actor Siri Kalvig, meteorologist Hanne Krogh, singer -eliminated 4th Gaute Ormåsen, singer Jenny Skavlan, actress - eliminated 2nd Sigurd Sollien, TV host - withdrawn Lene Alexandra Øien, singer and model - winner  Poland Further information: Taniec z Gwiazdami The first season of "Taniec z Gwiazdami" ("Dancing with the Stars") aired in Poland on TVN in Spring of 2005, the second in Autumn of 2005, the third edition in Spring of 2006, the fourth edition in Autumn of 2006, the fifth edition in Spring of 2007, the sixth edition in Autumn 2007 and the seventh edition in Spring of 2008. Since September, 7th 2008 the eighth season has been aired. When on air, every Sunday the average of 5 - 7 million viewers tune in to watch the show. The highest rated episode was the second season finale with over 8 million people watching. Winners of Each Series: Olivier Janiak and Kamila Kajak (Season 1) Katarzyna Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel (Season 2) Rafał Mroczek and Aneta Piotrowska (Season 3) Kinga Rusin and Stefanoo Terazzino (Season 4) Krzysztof Tyniec and Kamila Kajak (Season 5) Anna Guzik and Łukasz Czarnecki (Season 6) Magdalena Walach and Cezary Olszewski (Season 7) Agata Kulesza and Stefano Terazzino (Season 8)  Portugal The show in Portugal is called Dança Comigo (Dance with Me). Aired by RTP1 the first season was hosted by Catarina Furtado and Silvia Alberto because Furtado was pregnant but season 2 and 3 were hosted by Furtado. The show presented celebrities like Ana Guiomar, Ana Rocha, Benedita Pereira, Carla Andrino, César Mourão, Cristina Homem de Melo, Dani, Daniela Ruah, Dina Aguiar, Edmundo Vieira, Heitor Lourenço, Hélio Pestana, Inês Castel-Branco, Isabel Figueira, João Baptista, João Cajuda, Joaquim Monchique, José Fidalgo, Liliana Santos, Luciana Abreu, Marina Mota, Merche Romero, Odete Santos, Paco Bandeira, Paula Neves, Paulo Rocha, Ricardo Guedes, Rita Pereira, Rodrigo Saraiva, Sofia Aparício, Sónia Araújo, Valentina Torres, Vitor de Sousa, Zé Diogo Quintela (from Gato Fedorento) and Nuno Baltazar. Winners: 1st Season Daniela Ruah (Portuguese young actress) 2nd Season Sónia Araújo (Portuguese talk show host) 3rd Season Luciana Abreu (Portuguese young actress/singer) 4th Season Cifrão (Portuguese actor/singer)  Romania In Romania, the show is called Dansez pentru tine (I Dance For You). It is broadcast on ProTV and hosted by Ştefan Bănică, Jr. and Iulia Vîntur. The Romanian team at the first international relevant competition ("Bailando por el mundo", Mexico, 2007), Andreea Balan (pop-dance singer) and Petrisor Ruge (semi-professional dancer) took the second place, after the host country and the popularity prize.  Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina  Season 1 First season Serbian-Montenegrin-Bosnian-Herzegovian version of Dancing with the Stars, called Dance to the dreams (Serbian: Плесом до снова/Plesom do snova) ran October 24, 2007 to December 26. 2007 on RTV Pink(SRB),Pink M(MNE) and Pink BH(BiH) Hosted by Nataša Stojčević and Boško Jakovljević Jury: Tanja Vojtehovski-Stefanov Goran Knežević Lokica Stefanović Gordana Oreščanin Contestants : Bane Mojićević (folk singer) with Danka Krstić - eliminated in the semifinal by Milan Kalinić and Gordana Veselinović Milenko Pavlov (actor) with Mirjana Prodanović-Kika - eliminated in the 3th episode by Silvija Nedeljković and Marko Sekulić Silvija Nedelković (folk singer) with Marko Sekulić - eliminated in the 4th episode by Tijana and Vojislav Milan Kalinić (actor and TV host) with Gordana Veselinović - runner up Jellena (pop singer) with Saša Stepanović - eliminated in the 7th episode by Bane and Danka Branislav Lečić (actor and former Serbian ministar of cultura) with Jelena Marković - eliminated in the 8th episode by Milan and Gordana Tijana Dapčević (pop singer) with Vojislav Kaluđerović - WINNERS Darko Panović (TV host) with Marija Živanović - eliminated in the 5th episode by Slavica and Ivan Danijel Alibabić (pop singer) with Anja Samardžija - eiminated in the 6th episode by Tijana and Vojislav Slavica Ćukteraš (folk singer) with Ivan Marinković - eliminated in the semifinal by Tijana and Vojislav  Season 2 Second season of Serbian-montenegrin-Bosnian-herzegovian version of Dancing with the Stars called Plesom do snova (Dance to dreams) ran March 5, 2008 to May 07, 2008 on RTV Pink(SRB),Pink M(MNE) and Pink BH(BiH). Hosted by Nataša Stojčević and Boško Jakovljević Jury: Lokica Stefanović Goran Knežević Tanja Jordović Gordana Oreščanin Contestants : Romana Panić (pop singer) with Janko Mudri - eliminated in the 6th episode by Miki Đ. and Jelena Dragiša Milojković (actor) with Sloboda Mrvić - eliminated in the 7th episode by Miki Đuričić and Jelena Sanja Papić (fashion disagner) with Vladimir Bošković - eliminated in the 5th episode by Miki Đ. and Jelena Marko Stojanović (actor) with Jasmina Kostadinović - eliminated in the 4th episode by Cakana and Miloš Kalina Kovačević (actor) with Dušan Kaličanin - eliminated in the semifinal by Ognjen Amidžić and Dragana Krdu Miki Perić (TV host and pop singer) with Aleksandra Petros - eliminated in the 3th episode by Miki Đuričić and Jelena Dragica Radosavljević-Cakana (folk singer) with Miloš Kablar - eliminated in the semifinal by Ana Kokić and Uroš Ašćerić Miki Đuričić (Former houstmant of Veliki brat(Big Brother) with Jelena Živanić - eliminated in the 8th episode by Ognjen Amidžić and Dragana Krdu Ana Kokić (folk singer) with Uroš Ašćerić - runner up Ognjen Amidžić (TV host and pop singer) with Dragana Krdu - WINNERS  Season 3 Third season started September 24, 2008. and finished December 3, 2008 Stevan Anđelković (folk singer) with Marija Lazić - WINNERS Goca Tržan (pop singer) with Anđelko Đukić - eliminated in the 9th episode by Gagi Đogani and Aleksandra Mitrović Srđan Karanović (actor) with Vesna Popović - eliminated in the 6th episode by Ivan Zeljković & Ivana Perovic Anabela Đogani (pop singer) with Aleksandar Popović - eliminated in the semifinal by Gagi & Aleksandra Peđa D'Boy (pop singer) with Ljiljana Gajić - eliminated in the 7th episode by Stevan Anđelković and Marija Lazić Katarina Sotirović (pop singer) with Vuk Celin - eliminated in the 4th episode by Milica Todorović and Nikola Jovanović Ivan Zeljković (TV host) with Ivana Perović - eliminated in the semifinal by Stevan & Marija Milica Todorović (folk singer) with Nikola Jovanović - eliminated in the 8th episode by Stevan Anđelković and Marija Lazić Gagi Đogani with Aleksandra Mitrović - runner up Suzana Mančić (TV host) with Nikola Stamenković - eliminated in the 5th episode by Milica Todorović and Nikola Jovanović  Season 4 Fourth season started February 18, 2008.  Sweden The Swedish version is called "Let's Dance" and is produced by MTV Mastiff. The first two seasons were hosted by Agneta Sjödin and David Hellenius, then from season three to current season have Agneta been replaced by Jessica Almenäs. One of the popular judges is the British dance teacher, Tony Irving. The series had a large audience, and with almost 2 million viewers the final gave TV4 the highest rating for that Friday evening. It was the first time since 1997 that TV4 had more viewers than the public service company SVT's perennially popular music game show "Så skall det låta". In September 2006, it won the Swedish equivalent of the Emmy award, Kristallen (The Crystal), in the Entertainment category. The second season started broadcasting in January 2007 and aired every Friday.  Season 1 (January-March 2006) on TV4 Måns Zelmerlöw (singer) partnered by Maria Karlsson - WINNERS Anna Book (singer) partnered by David Watson - runner-up / 2nd place Viktor Åkerblom Nilsson (actor) partnered by Carin da Silva - eliminated 8th / 3rd place Arja Saijonmaa (singer) partnered by Tobias Karlsson - eliminated 7th Peppe Eng (sports journalist) partnered by Malin Watson - eliminated 6th Kishti Tomita (jury member in the Swedish Idol) partnered by Tobias Wallin - eliminated 5th Tone Bekkestad (Norwegian TV-weather reporter) partnered by Peter Broström - eliminated 4th Paolo Roberto (former professional boxer) partnered by Helena Fransson - eliminated 3rd Carolina Gynning (winner of Swedish Big Brother 2004) partnered by Daniel da Silva - eliminated 2nd Melker Andersson (star chef) partnered by Ingrid Beate Thompson - eliminated 1st Carin da Silva and Daniel da Silva are siblings. Daniel is the older of the two, having been born in 1981; Carin was born in 1984.  Season 2 (January 2007) on TV4 Martin Lidberg (wrestler) partnered by Cecilia Erling - WINNERS Tobbe Blom1 (TV-host och magician) partnered by Annika Sjöö - runner-up / 2nd place Erica Johansson (athlete) partnered by Daniel da Silva – eliminated 10th / 3rd place Lasse Brandeby (actor) partnered by Ann Lähdet – eliminated 9th Ebba Hultkvist (actress) partnered by Jonathan Näslund - eliminated 8th Anna Sahlin (singer) partnered by Tobias Karlsson - eliminated 7th Yvonne Ryding (Miss Universe 1984) partnered by Tobias Wallin – eliminated 6th Harald Treutiger (TV-host) partnered by Maria Karlsson - eliminated 5th Patrick Ekwall (TV-sport reporter) partnered by Carin da Silva - eliminated 4th Malou von Sivers (TV-hostess) partnered by Björn Törnblom - eliminated 3th Mårten Andersson2 (comedian) partnered by Helena Fransson - eliminated 2nd Birgitte Söndergaard (actress and artist) partnered by Johan Andersson - eliminated 1st The winners Martin Ledberg and Cecilia Erling became a couple during the running of the show and participated in the Eurovision Dance Contest in 2007 where they ended in a 14th place. Note 1: Singer and entertainer Markoolio was supposed to compete in the second season, but broke his foot and was replaced by Tobbe Blom. Note 2: Actor Emil Forselius chose to leave the show before start. Mårten Andersson replaced him.  Season 3 (January 2008) on TV4 Tina Nordström (TV-chef) partnered by Tobias Karlsson - WINNERS Tony Rickardsson (speedway driver) partnered by Annika Sjöö - runner-up / 2nd place Karl Petter Bergvall (star of Bonde söker fru (Farmer seeking wife)) partnered by Jeanette Carlsson - eliminated 10th / 3rd place Danny Saucedo (singer) partnered by Malin Johansson - eliminated 9th Mats "Matte" Carlsson (TV-carpenter) partnered by Carin da Silva - eliminated 8th Linda Lampenius (musician) partnered by Daniel da Silva - eliminated 7th Mi Ridell (actress) partnered by Johan Andersson - eliminated 6th Richard Herrey (singer) partnered by Cecilia Ehrling - eliminated 5th Dilba Demirbag (singer) partnered by Tobias Wallin - eliminated 4th Susanne Lanefelt (TV-exercise instructor) partnered by Björn Törnblom - eliminated 3th Tilde Fröling (model) partnered by Alfred Palmgren - eliminated 2nd Ulf "Uffe" Larsson (actor) partnered by Christina Samuelsson - eliminated 1st Even though Tina Nordström & Tobias Karlsson won Let's Dance, it was Danny Saucedo & Jeanette Carlsson who competed in Eurovision Dance Contest 2008 and finished in 12th place.  Season 4 (Airs Fridays (January 9th - present) 2009) on TV4 Elisabet Höglund (journalist) partnered by Tobias Karlsson Laila Bagge (jury member from the Swedish Idol) partnered by Tobias Wallin Carl-Jan Granqvist (professor in meal knowledge) partnered by Maria Lindberg Magnus Samuelsson (strongman) partnered by Annika Sjöö Niclas Wahlgren1 (artist & songwriter) partnered by Jeanette Carlsson George Scott (former professional boxer) partnered by Maria Karlsson Morgan Alling (actor) partnered by Helena Fransson Kitty Jutbring (radiohost) partnered by Anders Jacobson - eliminated 5th Hasse Aro (journalist & TV-host) partnered by Charlotte Sinclair - eliminated 4th Magdalena Graaf (author) partnered by Daniel da Silva - eliminated 3rd (withdrew2) Isabella Löwengrip (famous blogger) partnered by Jonathan Näslund - eliminated 2nd Linda Haglund (former Olympic sprinter) partnered by Martin Ragnarsson - eliminated 1st Note 1: Morgan "Mojje" Johansson had to withdraw from the competition due to a heart attack after the first episode. Niclas Wahlgren replaced him. Note 2: Magdalena Graaf had to withdraw from the competition due to a subdural hematoma.  Judges' scoring summary The judges in Let's Dance 2009 is Maria Öhrman, Dermot Clemenger, Ann Wilson and Tony Irving. Green numbers indicate the couples with the highest score for that week. Red numbers indicate the couples with the lowest score for that week. indicates the couple eliminated that week. indicate the couple who was in the bottom two that week. Team Place 1 2 1+2 3 4 5 4+5 6 7 Morgan & Helena 22 17 39 25 40 34 74 38 39 Magnus & Annika 15 19 34 29 21 26 47 31 33 Laila & Tobias 18 28 46 25 30 27 57 27 28 Niclas & Jeanette 16 17 33 23 26 16 42 24 28 George & Maria 9 12 21 8 20 11 31 17 15 Elisabet & Tobias 13 10 23 16 16 23 39 14 17 Carl-Jan & Maria 4 7 11 6 14 10 24 8 14 Kitty & Anders 8th 5 4 9 10 16 15 31 21 Hasse & Charlotte 9th 8 8 16 16 15 14 29 Magdalena & Daniel 10th 21 12 33 19 WD Isabella & Jonathan 11th 8 13 21 11 Linda & Martin 12th 14 8 22  Turkey The show in Turkey is called Bak Kim Dans Ediyor (Look, Who is Dancing). Aired by the channel Show TV in 13 weeks on Friday nights from April 6 through June 29, 2007, it was hosted by Şebnem Dönmez, a movie and TV series actress. 11 celebrities competed with their professional dancer partners in various international dance genres like Salsa, Tango, Jive, Broadway Jazz, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Hip-Hop, Funk and in Turkish folk dances Horon, Oriental and Romani as well. The winner was awarded a prize of TRY100,000 (around US$83,000). Contestants: Asuman Krause (model) Doğa Bekleriz (model) Demet Tuncer (pop singer) Billur Kalkavan (model) Bengü (pop singer) (the winner) Banu Zorlu (pop singer) Sami Levi (soloist at Group Seferad) Cemil Özeren (rock singer and guitarist at Group Ayna) Berksan (pop singer) Fatih Cansız (2005 Best Model) Zaza Enden (basketball player)  Ukraine In Ukraine show started at September 2006 on television channel 1+1 under name "Танці з зірками" ("Tantsi z zirkamy") which stands for "Dances With The Stars". The show was hosted by Yuriy Horbunov and Tina Karol. The star contestants were paired with famous Ukrainian dancers, who had won major international competitions. The winners of the show were awarded with the tour to the Rio Carnival, while the runners-up went to the Carnival on Cuba. The show was extremely popular with Ukrainian viewers. The show finale held on the November 26, 2006 had the TV rating of 26.83% with the share of 54.64%, meaning that the quarter of Ukrainian population and more than half of all TV viewers at that moment watched the finale. The show overall was watched by nearly 16 million Ukrainians. The pair of Volodymyr Zelenskyy (leader of a famous Ukrainian comic troupe) and Olena Shoptenko won the main prize.  United Kingdom In the United Kingdom, where the show originated, it is known as Strictly Come Dancing. Further information: Strictly Come Dancing  United States Main article: Dancing with the Stars (U.S. TV series) The American version of Dancing with the Stars premiered in the summer of 2005. It is currently in its eighth season.  Other countries The Russian show is called "Танцы со звездами" (Tantsi so zvezdami). The first season which started in 2005 became extremely popular. The second season is in progress. The format of the show is identical to that of other countries. Each pair comprises a famous celebrity and a professional dancer. The German show is called Let's Dance. The Danish show is called Vild Med Dans. Its fourth season ended November 16, 2007. The Indian version is called Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. It was first broadcast in September 2006 on Sony Entertainment Television (SET). A lot of people confuse Dancing With The Stars with Nach Baliye which airs on StarPlus. Nach Baliye and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa have similar content and presentation but there are minor differences in the concept. The celebrity dancers on Nach Baliye are real life couples, and work with an assigned choreographer. The dancers on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa has one celebrity paired with a trained dancer/choreographer. A notice at the end of the show verifies that the Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa is indeed a version of Dancing With The Stars. The Japanese version is called Shall We Dance? It has the same title as the 1996 movie but it has no relation to the movie beyond the shared name. Due to the fact that there already was a season-special dancing program and many casts from it also appears in the program, the Japanese version is confused with the regularly scheduled version of the season-special, rather than a localized version. It run from April 8, 2006 to March 17, 2007. The Malaysian version is called Sehati Berdansa. Its first episode premiered November 10, 2007. It is in its second season. The Hungarian version is called Szombat esti láz (Saturday Night Fever). It's in its third season on Hungarian commercial TV channel RTL Klub. A Slovakian version is called Let's Dance and was broadcasted by TV Markiza in autumn 2006 presented by Adela Banasova and Martin Rausch (both presented also Slovensko hľadá SuperStar on STV in 2005 and 2006). The winners were Zuzana Fialová (slovak famous actress) and Peter Modrovský (professional dancer). It has been rumored that Greece, Lebanon (which was cancelled because of the war, but now brought back), and Thailand will have a Dancing with the Stars show by late 2007. Hong Kong might also have plans to do the show. The Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico did local version called "¿Quien Baila Mejor?" or in English "Who Dances The Best?" which consisted of both countries competing with amateur dancers for winning a prize of 25,000 USD and a brand new jeep. The show was won by the host country Dominican Republic. A second season is expected to air in late September 2008.  World Championship In 2007, the first edition of the Dancing with the Stars World Championship took place. Countries which took part in the event, staged in Mexico, included teams Romania, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Slovakia, Panama, Paraguay and Ecuador. The winner of the event was the host nation, Mexico. 1st place - Mexico 2nd place - Romania 3rd place - Argentina  References ^ "Strictly 'world's most watched'". BBC News. 2008-11-08. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7719968.stm. Retrieved on 2008-11-08. ^ TV ratings for Australian Dancing with the Stars ^ Hunan TV press release on the launch of Strictly Come Dancing  External links http://www.axmo.com/profile_blog.php "The Girls of Dancing With the Stars" photo gallery at Maxim.com "Reality Dancing" at ContentQuake TV Dancing With The Stars Unofficial Blog "Dancing with the Stars" at Yahoo! TV Australia official website (Czech) StarDance ...když hvězdy tančí - Czech Republic official website (German) Austria official website Belgium official website (Spanish) Chile official website Finland official website Italy official website German official website India official website Israel official website Japan official website Malaysia official website Netherlands official website Poland official website Official website of first season in Poland Official website of second season in Poland Official Romanian website official website Slovakian version Sweden official website Turkish version Chilean version El Baile en TVN Ukrainian official website U.S. official website Tony Dovolani at Ballroom Dance Channel U.K. official website Strictly Come Dancing Online and Dancing With the Stars fansite Dancing with the Stars (Australia) at the Internet Movie Database Dancing with the Stars (US) at the Internet Movie Database Dancing With the Stars at AOL Television RealityTV Magazine Dancing with the Stars blog Top Votes Abc's Dancing with the Stars Dancing with the Stars news, photos and videos Dancing with the Stars at BuddyTV [hide]v • d • eDancing with the Stars Strictly Come Dancing (United Kingdom) By Country Bailando por un sueño (Argentina) • Bailando por un Sueño (Mexico) • Dancing Stars (Bulgaria) • Dancing with the Stars (Australia) • Dancing with the Stars (New Zealand) • Dancing with the Stars (United States) • Dança dos Famosos (Brazil) • Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (India) • Rokdim Im Kokhavim (Israel) • Taniec z Gwiazdami (Poland) Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dancing_with_the_Stars" Categories: Dancing with the Stars | Dance television shows | Dance competitions
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Ivy League Brown - Jesse Agel Columbia - Joe Jones Cornell - Steve Donahue Dartmouth - Terry Dunn Harvard - Tommy Amaker Penn - Glen Miller Princeton - Sydney Johnson Yale - James Jones 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ivy League
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Canisius - Tom Parrotta Fairfield - Ed Cooley Iona - Kevin Willard Loyola (Maryland) - Jimmy Patsos Manhattan - Barry Rohrssen Marist - Chuck Martin Niagara - Joe Mihalich Rider - Tommy Dempsey St. Peter's - John Dunne Siena - Fran McCaffery 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-American Conference
Mid-American Conference Akron – Keith Dambrot Ball State – Billy Taylor Bowling Green – Louis Orr Buffalo – Reggie Witherspoon Central Michigan – Ernie Ziegler Eastern Michigan – Charles Ramsey Kent State – Geno Ford Miami – Charlie Coles Northern Illinois – Ricardo Patton Ohio – John Groce Toledo – Gene Cross Western Michigan – Steve Hawkins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-American Conference
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Bethune-Cookman - Clifford Reed Coppin State - Ron Mitchell Delaware State - Greg Jackson Florida A&M - Mike Gillespie Hampton - Kevin Nickelberry Howard - Gil Jackson Maryland-Eastern Shore - Meredith Smith Morgan State - Todd Bozeman Norfolk State - Anthony Evans North Carolina A&T - Jerry Eaves South Carolina State - Tim Carter Winston-Salem State - Bobby Collins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Missouri Valley Conference Bradley - Jim Les Creighton - Dana Altman Drake - Mark Phelps Evansville - Marty Simmons Illinois State - Tim Jankovich Indiana State - Kevin McKenna Missouri State - Cuonzo Martin Northern Iowa - Ben Jacobson Southern Illinois - Chris Lowery Wichita State - Gregg Marshall 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Missouri Valley Conference
Mountain West Conference Air Force - Jeff Reynolds Brigham Young - Dave Rose Colorado State - Tim Miles New Mexico - Steve Alford San Diego State - Steve Fisher Texas Christian - Neil Dougherty UNLV - Lon Kruger Utah - Jim Boylen Wyoming - Heath Schroyer 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mountain West Conference
Northeast Conference Central Connecticut State - Howie Dickenman Fairleigh Dickinson - Tom Green LIU-Brooklyn - Jim Ferry Monmouth - Dave Calloway Mount St. Mary's - Milan Brown Quinnipiac - Tom Moore Robert Morris - Mike Rice Jr. Sacred Heart - Dave Bike St. Francis (PA) - Don Friday St. Francis (NY) - Brian Nash Wagner - Mike Deane 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Northeast Conference
Ohio Valley Conference Austin Peay - Dave Loos Eastern Illinois - Mike Miller Eastern Kentucky - Jeff Neubauer Jacksonville State - James Green Morehead State - Donnie Tyndall Murray State - Billy Kennedy Southeast Missouri - Zac Roman Tennessee-Martin - Bret Campbell Tennessee State - Cy Alexander Tennessee Tech - Mike Sutton 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ohio Valley Conference
Pacific-10 Conference Arizona - Russ Pennell Arizona State - Herb Sendek California - Mike Montgomery Oregon - Ernie Kent Oregon State - Craig Robinson Stanford - Johnny Dawkins UCLA - Ben Howland USC - Tim Floyd Washington - Lorenzo Romar Washington State - Tony Bennett 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Pacific-10 Conference
Patriot League American - Jeff Jones Army - Jim Crews Bucknell - Dave Paulsen Colgate - Emmett Davis Holy Cross - Ralph Willard Lafayette - Fran O'Hanlon Lehigh - Brett Reed Navy - Billy Lange 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Patriot League
Southeastern Conference Alabama - Philip Pearson Arkansas - John Pelphrey Auburn - Jeff Lebo Florida - Billy Donovan Georgia - Pete Herrmann Kentucky - Billy Gillispie LSU - Trent Johnson Mississippi - Andy Kennedy Mississippi State - Rick Stansbury South Carolina - Darrin Horn Tennessee - Bruce Pearl Vanderbilt - Kevin Stallings 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southeastern Conference
Southern Conference Appalachian State - Houston Fancher Chattanooga - John Shulman The Citadel - Ed Conroy College of Charleston - Bobby Cremins Davidson - Bob McKillop Elon - Ernie Nestor Furman - Jeff Jackson Georgia Southern - Jeff Price Samford - Jimmy Tillette UNC-Greensboro - Mike Dement Western Carolina - Larry Hunter Wofford - Mike Young 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southern Conference
Southland Conference Central Arkansas - Rand Chappell Lamar - Steve Roccaforte McNeese State - Dave Simmons Nicholls State - J. P. Piper Northwestern State - Mike McConathy Sam Houston State - Bob Marlin Southeastern Louisiana - Jim Yarbrough Stephen F. Austin - Danny Kaspar Texas A&M-Corpus Christi - Perry Clark Texas-Arlington - Scott Cross Texas-San Antonio - Brooks Thompson Texas State - Doug Davalos 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southland Conference
Southwestern Athletic Conference Alabama A&M - L. Vann Pettaway Alabama State - Lewis Jackson Alcorn State - Samuel West Arkansas-Pine Bluff - George Ivory Grambling State - Larry Wright Jackson State - Tevester Anderson Mississippi Valley State - Sean Woods Prairie View A&M - Byron Rimm II Southern - Rob Spivery Texas Southern - Tony Harvey 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southwestern Athletic Conference
The Summit League Centenary - Greg Gary IPFW - Dane Fife IUPUI - Ron Hunter North Dakota State - Saul Phillips Oakland - Greg Kampe Oral Roberts - Scott Sutton South Dakota State - Scott Nagy Southern Utah - Roger Reid UMKC - Matt Brown Western Illinois - Derek Thomas 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! The Summit League
Sun Belt Conference Arkansas-Little Rock - Steve Shields Arkansas State - Dickey Nutt Denver - Joe Scott Florida Atlantic - Mike Jarvis Florida International - Sergio Rouco Louisiana-Lafayette - Robert Lee Louisiana-Monroe - Orlando Early Middle Tennessee - Kermit Davis New Orleans - Joe Pasternack North Texas - Johnny Jones South Alabama - Ronnie Arrow Troy - Don Maestri Western Kentucky - Ken McDonald 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Sun Belt Conference
West Coast Conference Gonzaga - Mark Few Loyola Marymount - Rodney Tention Pepperdine - Vance Walberg Portland - Eric Reveno Saint Mary's - Randy Bennett San Diego - Bill Grier San Francisco - Rex Walters Santa Clara - Kerry Keating 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! West Coast Conference
Western Athletic Conference Boise State - Greg Graham Fresno State - Steve Cleveland Hawai?i - Bob Nash Idaho - Don Verlin Louisiana Tech - Kerry Rupp Nevada - Mark Fox New Mexico State - Marvin Menzies San Jose State - George Nessman Utah State - Stew Morrill 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Western Athletic Conference
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