Cinematic Night at Dancing With The Stars Middle East
The show started with the dance of the hosts Carla Haddad and Wissam Breidy on the rhythm of “You’re The One That I Want” from “Grease” while the jury were wearing 3D Glasses and having pop corn.
After that the dancers and the Children from Tamanna Association rocked the stage!! They danced on the song ” I like to move it” from “Madagascare” which was one of my favorite dances.
Wissam Hanna and Sandra Abbass were the first couple to dance the “Rumba” on the rhythm of “Skyfall“, which was chosen from the movie “Skyfall 007“. IT was really amazing especially Wissam’s fall at the end of the dance.
Next, Nada Abou Farhat and Assadour Euredjian danced the quick dance on “Hashishet Albi” from the Lebanese film “Hala2 La Wein” directed by Nadine Labaki.
After That, Rabih Baroud and Chloe Hourani danced the Jive on the rhythm of “Danger Zone” that was taken from the movie “Top Gun“.
Naya and Abdo Dalloul danced the Argentinian Tango on “Bahlam Beek” from the Egyptian movie “Hikayet Hob“. It wasn’t really amazing as we expected, but the jury were supportive.
Michel Abo Sleiman and Hiba Mikhael danced the “Mamboo” on the rhythm of the movie “Austin Powers“. As usual, Michel who was wearing a red suit, added an amazing comedy spirit to the dance. I think that the audience really enjoyed it.
Rosarita Tawil & Aslak Amtrup danced the Viennese Waltz on the rhythm of ” La Foule” From “La Vie en Rose“. It was really amazing and they got the highest score from the jury
The Last couple was Mirva Kadi and Tony Rameh who danced ” PasoDoble” on the rhythm of “Mission Impossible“. Unlikely, Mirva was the Cat Woman who was utterly out of sync of Mission Impossible which confused us as audience.
Finally, the closing dance was performed on the rhythm of “Moulin Rouge“. It was joy full and amazing as expected!!
According to the theme of the episode, Cinematic Night, we, as audience, were disappointed since it was way out of our expectations because we were used to enjoy watching the previous episodes that were greatly and effectively engaged in the theme of each dance. The 6th episode could have been better if the following elements: Costume, Choreography and decoration, supported and were applicable to the dances as we were accustomed to see.