Christina Luft and Mike Singer only got 15 points for the Viennese Waltz.RTL/Stephen Gregorovius
No question, Mike Singer isn’t one of the top favorites of this year’s “Let’s Dance” season — but was this jury’s decision fair? Together, singer and professional dancer Christina Luft performed a Viennese waltz to “I Live for You” by Tessy in the fourth version of the RTL format. However, the jury was not particularly impressed with Mike’s performance. Above all, Joachim Lambi delivered a tough verdict. As Christina later admitted, the jury’s assessment really impressed her and she defended her pupil.
Christina Luft criticizes jury’s decision
Motsi Mabuse initially praised Mike. Their opinion The first part after was great and would have touched people, but then a big but followed: “Only when you started dancing, could you use your standing leg more. Your posture was fine, but its It requires a better will.” Joachim Llumby went a step further with his decision, mercilessly saying: “It seemed partly as if you were the undertaker of Perfume,
Christina’s despair was already visible during the evaluation. After the show, she said in a “Let’s Dance” Instagram Story:
“I was surprised myself. I think it was the first time in five years that my face was flushed like this – I felt it myself because it hit me so hard.”
At the same time, he praised Mike and made it clear that he works very hard. “I know we improvise every week and always take the jury’s criticism constructively to heart”Christina continues.
However, she could not do anything with the final rating and also explained why:
“I was waiting for constructive criticism to work on later, but sometimes it wasn’t constructive enough that I could work with it. At some point it just hurt. From there it got harder, there I was.” Glad to go.”
“Let’s Dance”: Former Professionals Give Christina Important Advice
X- “Let’s Dance” professional dancer Ona Nechitti also noticed how uncomfortable Christina felt on previous shows. Together with her husband Erich Klan, she talked about it in their joint podcast “Tanz oder nich” (dance or not at all). In this context, though, she wished Christina more attitude: “I thought to myself, why didn’t you say anything? Stand up for yourself and your Work, You can be proud of yourself.”
Perhaps Luca Haney’s fiancé will take this advice to heart for the upcoming show. Because despite the low score, Christina and Mike made it to the next round of “Let’s Dance”. Instead, Lille zu Sion-Wittgenstein and Ricardo Basil were eliminated.
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