Eight contestants have left the competition, leaving the remaining 12 dancers to shake their booty tonight in a bid to win the viewer’s votes.
Tonight’s dance genres could include samba, lyrical hip-hop, contemporary/jazz, musical theatre and the waltz to name a few. Some dancers will be in their comfort zones, others will be stretched far from it. Who has the physical and mental prowess to avoid being in the bottom three couples on Monday night?
Our judges, Jason Coleman, Bonnie Lythgoe and Matt Lee will critique the dancers on their performance, technique and entertainment value who will flourish and who will flounder?
By the end of Monday night, Australia will have its Top 10 dancers. With only 4 more performance nights before the Finale, who has what it takes to win the competition and be crowned Australia’s Favourite Dancer?
A hot Latin dance which, when danced correctly, displays a lot of shakin’, shimmying, and hip action.
samba samba – The official dance of Brazil. This Latin dance has a tempo of about 100 beats per minute.
A slow, sensuous, romantic Latin dance which spotlights the lady and features much flirtation.
Characterized by stunning, sharp head-turns and provocative figures this Latin dance ranks in popularity among ballroom dancers only behind the waltz and foxtrot.
7.30PM SUNDAY / MARCH 16 & MONDAY / MARCH 17 on Ten