Change of Guard in “Let’s Dance”: Professional Dancer Robert Beits Leaves the Show

Change of Guard in "Let's Dance": Professional Dancer Robert Beits Leaves the Show

Change of Guard in “Let’s Dance”
Professional dancer Robert Beits left the show

Rurik Gislason won. “Let’s Dance” is out again this year. It means: not at all. On Friday evening, professional dancers will take on each other in a big challenge. One of them will be there for the last time.

After the end of the current season, Robert Beats will no longer appear on “Let’s Dance” as a professional dancer. The 29-year-old announced this on his Instagram page.

“The last year has been a crazy time for all of us and some things have made me think a lot. We all only have one life and sometimes you feel like a chapter is coming to an end. I’ll throw myself into something new next year.” , Beitsch explains.

Before leaving, however, he will return to the “Let’s Dance” stage for one last time: in the big professional challenge on Friday evening, he will showcase his skills with sisters Oksana and Katharina Lebedew. “It will be an honor and a pleasure for us. And maybe I will have urine in my eyes”, Beetsch was already thinking about it.

From Sarah Engels to Steffi Jones

Beitsch took part in “Let’s Dance” for the first time in 2016. He took second place with singer Sarah Engels at the time. His celebrity dance partners also included boxing athlete Susie Kentikian, former “Bachelorette” Jessica Paszka, actress Ulrike Frank and ex-national football player Steffi Jones.

This year Beitsch appeared with former Monrose singer Cena Gamor. As the third couple, both had to say goodbye to the show. On the other hand, former Icelandic footballer Rurik Gislason was chosen as the winner of the 14th “Let’s Dance” season last Friday along with his dance partner Renata Luसिनin.

“Let’s Dance – The Great Professional Challenge” can be seen on Friday, June 4 at 8:15 pm RTL. In addition, with the program TVNOW More information about Recoverable shows available here rtld.

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