Let’s Dance: Professional Dancers 2021

Dance 2021: Let's Dance 2021: Professional Dancers

Also in 2021 “Let’s Dance” can be seen again on TV with a new season of RTL. In our overview we introduce you to the show’s professional dancers.

let’s Dance“A new round began in 2021, and again 14 different celebrities are dancing to the show again this year. In each edition, candidates have to convince both the tight jury and the audience in front of the screen with a new choreography.

But of course the celebrities are not on their own in the dance show. The stars receive the support of select professional dancers, who work hard with them for weeks, teaching them all about Vaultage, Saba and co. And strive to get the best from the contestants to present a perfect performance on the show’s stage.

You can find out in our overview here which professional dancers will compete in “Let’s Dance” season 14 of 2021 and support celebrities.

“Let’s Dance” 2021: These are professional dancers

Patricia Belousova

Patricija Belousova will be a part of “Let’s Dance” for the first time in 2021. The 25-year-old has been on the dance floor since she was seven years old and is also a Russian champion in show dance. In addition to many other successes in dance competitions, Patricija managed to win the title of “Miss Lithuania” in 2014, which she defended until 2019. Parallel to her active dance career, the native Lithuanian works as a dance trainer and designer of her own fashion brand. Among other things, she designs clothes for tournaments and dance competitions.

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Patricia Belousova

Photo: TVNOW / Private


Renata Dozen

Born in Russia, Renata Lucien stepped onto the dance floor for the first time at the age of ten. At the age of 16, she came to Germany and met her dance partner and today’s husband, Valentin Lusin, who is also a professional of “Let’s Dance” 2021. Together, the two celebrate several successes in various national and international dance tournaments. But the 33-year-old is also very successful with his major dance partners. In 2020 she tied for second place with her then dance partner Moritz Hans.

Renata Dozen

Picture: TVNOW / Louisa-Uliana Kazakbev

Christina Luft

Christina Luft was born in Kyrgyzstan and came to Germany with her family when she was only one year old. She has been performing both Standard and Latin dances since she was nine years old. In addition to his career as a dancer, he also has a degree in psychology. In “Let’s Dance” she has been an integral part of the professional dancer team since 2017 and finished third last year with singer Luca Hanney. In addition, she won in “Let’s Dance – The Great Professional Challenge” together with Christian Pollank in 2020.

Christina Luft

Bild: TVNOW / Anelia Geneva


Catherine Menzinger

Katherine Menzinger started dancing ballet at the age of three. Since then, the native Viennese can look back on a strong career with many successes. Along with her dance partner Vadim Gurbuzov, she managed to win both the World Title at Shoedens Standard and the World Title at Shoedens Latin in 2017. The 32-year-old also runs a dance studio in Lower Austria with her parents. She has been on “Let’s Dance” since 2015 and was successful in winning the trophy with Hans Sarpei in the first year of her participation.

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Catherine Menzinger

Picture: TVNOW / Stephen Gregorius


Malika dzumaev

Malika Dzumev was born in 1991 Russia Born and will be part of Let’s Dance for the first time in 2021. The Russian came to Germany at the age of ten. She made her first dance step in her home country, now before the 29-year-old finally joined a dance club in Germany and began to dance small, dancing her way up to the highest grade in the two disciplines of Standard and Latin. Managed to do. Along with his dance partner Zsolt Sándor Cseke, he finished 18th in the international world ranking Latin.

Malika dzumaev

Picture: TVNOW / Thorben Hux


Marta Arndt

Marta arandt in work Poland And moved to Germany with her parents at the age of eleven. She started dancing after two years. For many years she has been very successful with her dance partner Pavel Pasknik and has already won several titles. Among other things, he has several German champions in professional Latin American dances. In addition, the 31-year-old works as a professional dance trainer and teaches young and old how to dance. She has been a professional dancer in “Let’s Dance” for the sixth time.

Marta Arndt

Picture: TVNOW / Stephen Gregorius


Robert beatsch

Robert Beitsch was born in Berlin and spent his childhood in Brandenburg. Since the age of eleven, he has devoted himself to classic tournament dances. At the age of only 15, he moved back to Berlin without his family to pursue his dance career intensively. The 29-year-old has trained as a dancer and works as a choreographer and dance trainer. In “Let’s Dance” he has been showcasing his skills on the dance floor since 2016 and finished second with singer Sara Lombali in the same year.

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Robert beatsch

Picture: TVNOW / Stephen Gregorius


Vadim Garbuzov

Vadim Garbuzov was born in Ukraine and moved to Canada in 1994 with his family. Exactly one year later he started dancing there with the tournament. In 2003, he began studying sports in Vienna with a focus on dance sports, which he successfully completed five years later. In addition to his work as a show dancer, the 33-year-old also works as a choreographer and dance sports trainer. Vadim has been a part of “Let’s Dance” since 2015. But also orHe has already participated in the F-show “Dancing Stars” several times and was the only professional dancer to win it three times.

Vadim Garbuzov

Picture: TVNOW / M. Felner

Valentin Lucien

Valentin Lucien was born in 1987 in Russia. His family moved to Germany in 1994, and the same year the then seven-year-old danced. Among other things, he became the German Junior Dance Champion in his youth. After graduating from high school, the now 33-year-old decided to study sports and biology to become a teacher. After that, however, he again focused solely on dance and has since worked as an instructor and judge. He has been a professional dancer with “Let’s Dance” since 2018 and finished second with singer Ella Andlich in 2019.

Valentin Lucien

Picture: TVNOW / Louisa-Uliana Kazakbev


Alexandru Ionel

Alexandru Ionel is 26 years old and one of the new professional dancers in “Let’s Dance” 2021 this year. Born in Moldova, she discovered dance at the age of seven and eventually moved to Germany at the age of 14, so that she could dance professionally. As a teenager, Alexandru was a number of German champions and even made it to the finals of the World Championship. Soon after graduating from high school, the 26-year-old decided to study dentistry and is now working as a dentist in a practice that supports her passion for dance.

Alexandru Ionel

Photo: TVNOW / Private


Andreas Sibis

Andrzej Sibis comes from Poland and came to Germany when he was one year old. At the age of nine, he attended a dance school for the first time, and when he was 15, a professional dancer encouraged him to dance professionally. The 33-year-old has been participating in national and international dance competitions since 2003, where she has had great success. In addition, Andrzej has a banking management degree. However, in the end, he decided to pursue his passion and work full-time as a professional dancer. He is part of “Let’s Dance” for the fourth time.

Andreas Sibis

Bild: TVNOW / Valentine Behringer


Christian Pollank

Christian Pollank was born in Ingolstadt in 1978. He discovered his passion for dancing in 1995 while attending a dance class. After this course she began playing dance professionally and already two years later came third in the German Championships in Latin Dance. This was followed by various tournaments, from which he and his teammates often emerged as winners. Christian has been the director of his own dance school in Ingolstadt since 2021. The 42-year-old has been a dancer in “Let’s Dance” since 2007 and has managed to dance the coveted trophy twice.

Christian Pollank

Picture: TVNOW / Corinna Kühn


Evgeny Vinokarov

Evgeny Vinokarov was born in Siberia and has been dancing since the age of six. At the age of 14, he moved to his dance partner in Germany without his parents and began to dance professionally there. Over the years she recorded many successes as a professional dancer and was involved in other things several times as a 10-time dancing South German master. In 2010, the now 30-year-old began studying business administration, which he successfully completed five years later. Evgeni is currently working full-time as a professional dancer and dance trainer and is also a freelancer in the consulting sector for banks.

Evgeny Vinokarov

Photo: TVNOW / Private


Pasha Zwichayne

Pasha Zvychaynyy grew up in St. Petersburg. After trying various sports, she started Standard and Latin dance at the age of seven. At the age of 14, now 29, finally moved to Germany for her schooling and at the age of 21 she started dancing professionally. To date he has been able to celebrate many successes and became the world champion in the Latin American show Dancing with his partner, among other things. Apart from dance, Pasha has already appeared in short films as an actor. This year he is on “Let’s Dance” for the first time as a professional dancer.

Pasha Zwichayne

Photo: TVNOW / Juliet Sokolova


On 26 February, at the big intro show of “Let’s Dance” 2021, Kiss was announced to be a professional dance with celebrity. ()

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