This time, 10 celebrities are paired with 10 professional ballroom dancers, less than the 11 of the previous season. Vincent Cerutti will not return as the main host for the season, being replaced by Sandrine Quétier, while Quétier's previous spot will be taken over by Season 4 contestant Laurent Ournac.
The first series finale took place on March 19, 2011. A second series was broadcast between October 8 and November 19, 2011. Since then TF1 has chosen to broadcast the program once a year, in the autumn. The competition rules are similar to those of the original British version.
Comic tragedies Minor days occurrences Jobs without meaning.
The incidental music that Léo Delibes composed for Victor Hugo's play Le roi s'amuse (famously used as the basis for Verdi's opera Rigoletto) is usually described as "six airs de danse dans le style ancien" ("six dance tunes in the old style"). In fact the published score contains eight pieces, one of them not a dance at all but rather a chanson for voice, mandolin, and ensemble. Delibes' music for Le roi s'amuse was first heard on November 22, 1882, at the Comédie-Française in Paris, and the full score hit shelves three years after that.
|A1||Hot Cha Cha|
|A2||Up Cherry Street|
|A3||Everyone Come To The Moon|
Production: Franco Disque Inc.