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¡Más que baile!

This article is about the Spanish formal name of the show. For the United States version, see Mira Quien Baila (U.S.).
¡Más que baile! (MQB)
Format Reality, talent show
Directed by Josep Maria Mainat
Toni Cruz
Presented by Pilar Rubio
Judges Boris Izaguirre
Joana Subirana
Víctor Ullate
Aída Gómez
Santi Rodríguez
Country of origin Spain
Production
Running time 120-160 minutes
Production companies Gestmusic
Broadcast
Original channel Telecinco
Original run June 2005 (2005-06) – present
External links
Website

¡Más que baile! (More Than Dancing), formerly known as ¡Mira quién baila! (Look Who's Dancing), is a Spanish reality television program, and part of the Dancing with the Stars franchise, in which a group of celebrities compete in a dancing contest of several styles over several weeks, partnered with dance professionals. The prize that the winner obtains is given to charitable organisations. The show is currently broadcast on Telecinco, presented by Pilar Rubio.

History

The program premiered on La 1 as ¡Mira quién baila! on 13 June 2005. It was presented by Anne Igartiburu and produced by Gestmusic.

TVE gave up the rights in 2009 due to financial problems, so in 2010 the programme moved to Telecinco, where it was renamed ¡Más que baile!.

Winners

External links

  • Official Site (Spanish)
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