Former Icelandic soccer player Rúrik Gíslason (34) won "Let's Dance – The Big Christmas Show" (also via RTL) last Friday evening. He can now call himself "Christmas Dancing Star 2022". This time he started with dance partner Malika Dzumaev (31). Together, the dancing couple received 30 points from the jury for both their jive act and their contemporary dance. The two not only convinced Motsi Mabuse (41), Jorge González (55) and Joachim Llambi (58), but were also rewarded with standing ovations from the audience.
In the end, the TV audience decided on the victory of the show, which also featured René Casselly (26) and Kathrin Menzinger (34), Lili Paul-Roncalli (24) and Massimo Sinató (42), Janin Ullmann (41) and Zsolt Sándor Cseke (34) and Mathias Mester (36) and Renata Lusin (35) started. Viewers could vote even though it wasn't a live show. As "RTL.de" reports, not only the show, but all possible ends of the show were recorded.
On Instagram, Gíslason explains under the winning post from RTL: "Thank you everyone. 'Let's Dance' has a very special place in my heart." In 2021, Gíslason took part in the 14th season of the dance show and achieved first place with his dance partner Renata Lusin. For Malika Dzumaev it is the first victory in "Let's Dance".