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Dancing Stars (Bulgarian TV series)

Dancing Stars
Format Dance competition
Presented by Aleksandra Sarchadjieva
(2013)
Krasimir Rankov
(2013)
Nikol Stankulova
(2013)
Elena Petrova
(2009)
Dimiter Pavlov
(2009)
Radost Draganova
(2008)
Todor Kolev
(2008)
Judges Alfredo Tores
(2013)
Kalin Sarmenov
(2013)
Maria Gigova
(2009)
Ilyana Raeva
(2009, 2013)
Pambous Agapiu
(2009)
Vera Marinova
(2009)
Vladimir Bozhilov
(2008)
Galena Velikova
(2008, 2013)
Neshka Robeva
(2008)
Country of origin  Bulgaria
No. of seasons 3
Production
Producer(s) Old School Productions (2008, 2013-present)
7/8 (2009)
Location(s) Sofia, Bulgaria
Broadcast
Original channel bTV (2008-2009)
Nova Television (2013-present)
Original airing September 22, 2008
Chronology
Related shows VIP Dance
External links
Website

Dancing Stars is the Bulgarian adaptation of the BBC Worldwide format Dancing With The Stars. The first season of the show started on 22 September 2008 and was aired on bTV.[1][2] The first season of the show was hosted by Radost Draganova and Todor Kolev. It aired from Monday to Thursday with two live shows, on Monday (main show) and Thursday (results show) and two background episodes on Tuesday and Wednesday. Dancing stars 1 was produced by Old School Productions and proved to be a huge success reaching an average audience share of over 40%, beating Nova Television's Big Brother 4.

It is also called Dancing Stars on Austrian television and draws a comparable audience.

The show shared the format and professionals with the Vietnamese version.

Season 1

Judges

  • Vladimir Bozhilov
  • Galena Velikova

Contestants

  • Orlin Pavlov - Pop singer Winner
  • Violeta Markovska - Actress Runner up
  • Neti - Actress and singer 3rd place
  • Iliana Raeva - Ex gymnast 4th place
  • Anya Pencheva - Actress
  • Niki Kunchev - TV host
  • Alisia - Pop-folk singer
  • Galena - Pop-folk singer
  • Bojidar Iskrenov - Former football player
  • Kalki - Singer
  • Andrei Batashov - Actor
  • Georgi Mamalev - Actor
  • Georgi Kostadinov - Winner of Survivor BG 2
  • Elena Yoncheva - Journalist

Season 2

Judges

  • Ilyana Raeva
  • Pambous Agapiu
  • Vera Marinova

Contestants

  • Bianka Panova - World Gymnastics Champion Winner
  • Krasi Ryadkov - Actor Runner up
  • Georgi Milchev-Godji - Musician 3rd place
  • Etien Levi - Music teacher 4th place
  • Madlen Algafari - Psychologist 5th place
  • Aksiniya - Singer & Reality TV Star
  • Stanislava Gancheva - TV Host
  • Grafa - Singer
  • Veneta Harizanova - Fashion model
  • Todor Kirkov - Sport Journalist & TV Anchor
  • Krum Savov - Sport Journalist & TV Host
  • Kristina Dimitrova - Singer
  • Miodrag Ivanov - Showman

Season 3

Judges

  • Alfredo Tores
  • Kalin Sarmenov
  • Galena Velikova
  • Ilyana Raeva

Contestants

  • Angel Kovachev - Hip-hop Singer Winner
  • Stella Angelova - Stunt man & Former competitor in rhythmic gymnastics Runner up
  • Elena Koleva - Actress 3rd place
  • Deo - Singer & TV Host
  • Petko Dimitrov - Businessman
  • Gloria - Pop-folk Singer
  • Rumen Lukanov - TV Host
  • Lusi Ilarionov - Director & Singer
  • Latinka Petrova - Actress
  • Ico Hazarta - Rap Singer
  • Andrea - Pop-folk Singer
  • Detelin Dalakliev - Boxer
  • Kapka Georgieva - Politician
  • Natalya Kobilkina - Sexologist
  • Zeyneb Madjurova - Co-vdesht

See also

References

External links

  • Official Site
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