Despite her elimination in the semi-finals, Amira Pochar’s participation in the dance show “Let’s Dance” was financially worthwhile. What does he and other celebs earn?
Amira Pochar gasped “Let’s Dance” for eleven weeks. Before the semi-finals, the mother of two sons was still confident of victory: “I take this seriously and of course I want to go to the finals.” In the end, she lost in a tie against Mathias Meester and had to leave after the semi-finals with performance track and field athletes securing the final ticket with Janine Ullmann and René Casselli.
The timing was “extremely exhausting” for the presenter, “but it was also great,” she revealed the day after the semi-finals.
Let’s Dance: Amira Pochar is the highest paid staff memberI
Despite her departure, Amira Pochar’s participation in “Let’s Dance” seems to have paid off. As reported by Bild newspaper, the 29-year-old is said to have received a 160,000 euro pride fee for the season. This makes her the highest-paid woman of the season. The favorite to win, Janine Ullman is said to have received a fee of just 70,000 euros for participating in the dance show. Mathias Meester should come in the same amount.
Behind them are Ricardo Basile with 35,000 euros and young politician Caroline Bosbach. Massimo Sinato is said to have received a similar charge.
In early 2021, artist manager André Benders told Bild newspaper that the “Let’s Dance” feen professional dancers will make a big difference. The most important factors in calculating salary are show affiliation, dance awards won, notoriety and TV experience.
According to image information, “Let’s Dance” top earners among professional dancers should receive a fee of 20,000 to 40,000 per season. In addition to Massimo Sinato, it should also include “let’ dance” veteran Christian Polank.
Fees for dance newcomers are lower on “Let’s Dance”, as many are fighting for jobs. According to a former “Let’s Dance” dancer for the newspaper, this could lead to lower salaries for newcomers. The starting salary will be less than 10,000 euros. Janine Ullman’s Dance Partner Zsolt Sandor Seke Celebrates Her “Let’s Dance” Debut This YearTea.
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