How do you jive, waltz, cha-cha, tango, mercy or quickstep your way into the hearts of M-Net viewers? And at the same time, impress a panel of esteemed judges who boast impressive CVs in the international world of dance?
The pressure is on for the second group of celebrities, and their professional dancing partners in M-Net’s dazzling new Sunday night reality show Dancing With The Stars SA.
This Sunday the remaining group of six celebrities must manage to surpass last week’s contenders on the leaderboard? Or will the nerves kick in after witnessing the judges’ Debbie Turner, Bryan Watson, Tebogo Kgobokoe and Jason Gilkison‘s high standards?
Comedian Ebenhaezer Dibakwane and his partner Nombulelo Hlathi;
Actor and model Eden Classens from the soap Suidooster and his partner Ash-Leigh Bree Hunter.
In between all their moves this week, viewers can look forward to more spectacular group dances as well as guest performances by soprano Lynette Kenned and singing sensation Armand Joubert.
Only the judges will have a say this week, but from next week Sunday, 18 February, viewers will be able to vote for their favourites as well. Do remember to pre-register to vote online or on mobile at mnet.tv/dwtssavote. Registration for voting will close every Sunday at 16:30 and no new registrations will be processed during the voting period on the Sunday evening.
Acting legend Frank Opperman
Athletics coach Odessa Swarts
Singer and songwriter Connell Cruise seen here with his wife.
Actress Zola Nombona discovered how difficult it is to receive a high rating from the judges – especially from the show’s technique-obsessed Tebogo Kgobokoe, whose scores varied between 3 to 5 out of 10.
Dancing with the Stars SA is produced for M-Net by Rapid Blue and is sponsored by Lottostar. Join the conversation on the Dancing with the Stars SA Facebook page, or on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #DWTSSA.