“Mira Quién Baila All Stars” Contestants Leave Their Comfort Zone Dancing to Rhythms from Around the World
The Star-Studded Show Will Include a Special Version of “Que Bonita es Esta Vida” by Jorge Celedón and Alex Fernández, David Bisbal Singing His Latest Single and of One of His Most Popular Classics with a Special Appearance by Migbelis Castellanos, and a Performance by Gerardo Ortiz
WEEKLY UPDATE ON “MIRA QUIEN BAILA ALL STARS,” UNIVISION’S HIT DANCE COMPETITION
Episode 3 Air Date: Sunday, January 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. CT) on Univision
After the first elimination of this season’s “Mira Quién Baila All Stars,” the competition intensifies as celebrities must leave their comfort zone to dance to a variety of international rhythms. The new styles, which include tango, banda, boogie, hip-hop, samba, reggaeton and merengue, were picked at random by the participants. In a true mix of genres and generations, the show will include a special performance by Jorge Celedón and Alex Fernández, who will interpret a vallenato/mariachi version of the popular song “Que Bonita es Esta Vida.” Spanish singer David Bisbal will perform a medley featuring his new single and one of his most popular songs, with a special appearance by UniMás’ personality Migbelis Castellanos. Mexican regional star Gerardo Ortiz will also perform during the show.
ON LAST SUNDAY’S SHOW:
- “Mira Quién Baila All Stars” Movie and TV Theme night opened with a dance number inspired by the movie “Ghostbusters.”
- The popular regional Mexican singer Chiquis Rivera was the musical guest of the night.
- The show also included special guests Francisca Lachapel, host of “Despierta América,” who joined Brea Frank; “Velvet” actress Marta Hazas, who had a special cameo in Adrián Lastra’s dance; and Rodrigo Guirao, star of “Rubí,”who danced with Kimberly Dos Ramos and surprised fans when they shared a kiss at the end of their performance.
- On an emotional note, Kiara Liz Ortega dedicated her performance to Puerto Rico and said that she has been affected by the news of the recent earthquakes there. Also, the Colombian singer Fanny Lu was brought to tears when she dedicated her performance to her deceased dad.
- Showcasing their multiple talents, Fanny Lu (“My Heart Will Go On”) and Adriel Favela (“Johnny B Goode”) pre-recorded the vocals to the songs they danced to that night.
- The audience voted for Brea Frank to continue in the competition, which meant it was the end of the road for El Bebeto.
- Sofía Castro, whose performance was inspired by “Cuna de Lobos” and the mother of all villains Catalina Creel, ended up in the bottom three alongside Brea Frank and Fanny Lu.
- After the bottom three performed for a second time, the judges left the fate of Brea Frank and Fanny Lu up to the public.
“Mira Quién Baila All Stars” is hosted by Chiquinquirá Delgado and Javier Poza, and Amara la Negra is the backstage reporter. Former Miss Universe and winner of MQB’s fifth season Dayanara Torres, creative director and professional dancer Casper Smart, and Mexican actress, professional dancer and singer Bianca Marroquín, are this season’s judges. The beloved dancer and star choreographer Toni Costa is the show’s first ever contestant mentor.
MQB All Stars is a co-production of Univision and Endemol Shine Boomdog.
Fans interested in being part of the “Mira Quién Baila All Stars” live audience at Univision Studios in Miami can call 305-471-1554 for more information. Tickets are free and subject to availability, guests are encouraged to wear cocktail attire.
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