Fornebo/Oslo (Se og Hør): Saturday evening is finally ready for the fifth episode of this year’s “Shall We Dance” season.
Last week, it was Tajik politician Hadiya who had to give thanks, so ten participants became nine.
The competition continues apace, and tonight’s theme is “Fight Night.”
Just like with previous broadcasts, professional dancer and former “Skal vi danse” personality Lillian Aasebø will roll the dice on dances performed on the dance floor.
Last week, Asebo allowed himself to admire artist Alexandra Juner and gave her a six. Gunner also received the full pot from the judges.
It remains to be seen who tops the points list during the “Campchild” broadcast.
See the dice rolls below!
The first couple to come out were Ulrikke Brandstorp and Tarjei Svalastog. They’ll be dancing the boogie woogie dance to “Jump, Jive an’ Wail” by the Brian Setzer Orchestra.
Aasebø has the following to say about the implementation:
– High display factor! The joy of crazy dancing. Ulrikke amazed me! This is how to open tonight’s episode. You master quick basic steps, interacting with your partner and outside, which is a lot of fun. You made it look so easy and it was fun to watch.
The next duo is Stig Andre Berg and Noron Ringvoll. The pair impressed last week and received a perfect roll of five from Aasebø.
This week they’ll be dancing the Boogie woogie to Choo Choo Ch’Boogie by Chris Daniels and The Kings.
– Well done, you are amazing at this dance! You are able to do some crazy tricks – impressive! It’s game night… and I see that Ulrike is lighter and more rhythmic in his dancing. There are a lot of “little rules” that apply to performance, so the rhythm part is of great importance to me in this genre.
The third couple swinging on the floor is Christer Rudseth and Ida Sun.
The duo, who ended up in a dance duel last weekend, will dance down a commercial street to Lizzo’s “About Damn Time.” During the dance, the partners also shared a very small kiss.
– Oh my God, you are so incredibly charming. It’s great to see that you are actually benefiting! Maybe this type doesn’t naturally suit you. Not sure if it “appeared” on TV, but you seemed to go off track a few times in the choreography, I wish your movements were more fluid with some isolation in the body, it was good to see.
Second Commercial Street in the evening Aslak Maurstad and Marian Sandaker dance. They’ll be rocking out to Beyoncé’s “Cuff It.”
They are given the following dice roll by Aasebø:
– You have swag, Aslak! It’s great to see you on the dance floor! You had “Sasha’s sister” in you and you loved it! You are sharp and precise, and have a lot of nice movements. Of course it gets a little rough here and there, but what a show!
The fifth couple on the dance floor is Salma Ibrahim and Santino Merina. They dance their first flamenco of the evening to Brian Setzer’s Malaguena.
Aasebø gives the duo the following roll of the dice:
– Seductive, and gives a beautiful physical expression that matches flamenco. I love the look on your face and your empathy – it’s clear you’ve really gotten into the character. I totally get the Catherine Zeta-Jones ‘feel’ in Zorro! Unfortunately, I hope your legs are among the compliments. It wasn’t pretty and your upper body collapsed a little in some parts of the dance.
Myra Tucker and Jorgen Nielsen also danced flamenco on tonight’s broadcast.
They dance to the song Tamacon by Rodrigue y Gabriela.
-It was a strong flamenco with great poses. He was meticulous, both from good cooperation and manual labor. For my taste, I would have liked to see a combination of this beautiful sensitivity, a proud moment, and a quiet, seductive look – that would have made it more interesting.
After a very short break, it was Harlem Alexander and Helen Spelling’s turn to put on their dancing shoes.
They will dance bhangra on the song Mundian To Bach Ke by Panjabi MC.
The latest couple to rock the dance floor during tonight’s broadcast are Alexandra Gunner and Ole Thomas Hansen.
– Good energy, precise steps! Incredibly synchronous – it’s not that easy! Insanely good work! I’m happy to look at you, but again I want more of the show factor, more of the flirtation and a twinkle in the eye. With Bhangra, you can definitely challenge your facial expressions as this dance allows.
The pair danced their way through last week with a cha-cha-cha. Tonight they embark on bhangra for the song Jogi by Punjabi MC.
– The spirit of joy and community is what defines Bhangra! You express this exactly from head to toe! You have movement and rhythm in your body that makes it fascinating to watch. You radiate real good energy that radiates through the camera and right back home!
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