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Bailando 2023: Double Elimination Shakes Up the Dance Floor

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Bailando 2023: Double Elimination Shakes Up the Dance Floor

Wednesday night saw a dramatic turn of events on the dance floor of the Bailando 2023 on Amrica TV as two couples were shown the exit door based on audience votes. The couples who faced the music in the elimination round included Brian Sarmiento and Soledad Bayona, Anita Martnez and El Bicho Gmez, Guido Zffora and Juli Prez, Kennys Palacios and Morena Snchez, Juliana Daz and Rodrigo Gutta, Lali Gonzlez and Maxi Diorio, Anabel Snchez and Tito Daz, and Flor Vigna and Jony Lazarte.

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Judges' Decision and Public Vote

During the gala, each judge saved one pair, resulting in the final elimination of Guido Zffora and Juliana Daz. The host, Marcelo Tinelli, announced the continuation of Anabel Snchez and Tito Daz in the contest. This decision was met with a mixed response from the audience and stirred up the atmosphere of the show.

Absence and Controversy

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Flor Vigna, one of the contestants who was notably absent due to illness, sent a message through her social media channels thanking her supporters and greeting her co-stars. The situation left her hanging in the balance in the contest, fueling rumors and speculation among fans and followers of the show.

Lowest Score in History

The show also witnessed an unprecedented low when Lali Gonzlez took to the stage on Wednesday and earned the lowest score in the history of the program. This was followed by a detailed critique from the jury and a performance by the Orchestra of Recycled Instruments of Cateura, adding a unique twist to the evening's proceedings.

Looking Ahead

With the double elimination round behind them, the remaining competitors are gearing up for the next rhythms to be revealed, keeping the viewers on their toes. The show, which made its return to Amrica TV on September 4, 2023, and quickly became a sensation in Argentine television, is scheduled to conclude on January 29.

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