Italian night on “Let’s Dance” (Fridays, 8:15 p.m. live on RTL or on RTL): In the fourth live show from March 22nd. The eleven celebrities and their professionals danced their way through the boots with a lot of fun and enthusiasm.

NFL presenter Jana Wosnitza (30) and her partner opened the evening with a comedic Charleston, with which they were even able to convince Joachim Llambi (59): “Your best dance this season so far!” There were 23 points for this. Lina Larissa Strahl (26) and Zsolt Sándor Cseke (36) brought a hot Cha Cha Cha to “Disco Paradise” in bright turquoise costumes. However, Strahl was still too reserved; Jorge González (56) recommended that the young dancer come out more from herself. She achieved 16 points.

In contrast to last week, things didn’t go so well for Biyon Kattilathu (39) this time. The waltz to “Ti Amo” with its many turns was a challenge for the motivational speaker, who felt “really, really sick.” The fact that he was struggling with his stomach didn’t go unnoticed by the jury, who awarded 12 points. Llambi: “I was glad that you were somewhat in tune, otherwise you would have only gotten one point here.”

Mark Keller (58) also saw the jive as a “fight against himself”. He still seemed to be having fun on the dance floor, which put Motsi Mabuse (42) in a dilemma: “I would love to give ten, ten, ten every week. But then you just dance…” In the end, only a total of ten was enough Points. Detlef Soost (53) and Ekaterina Leonova (36) danced contemporary barefoot, whereby Soost had to find access to delicate movements and his emotions. At the end he even had tears in his eyes – for Llambi “too much emotion”. In the end there were 21 points.

Ann-Kathrin Bendixen (24) had to rehearse her tango at short notice with Mikael Tatarkin (27), who had stood in for new dad Valentin Lusin (37). In a red velvet dress she allowed herself to be flung across the parquet; much more was not possible with her partner’s strong leadership. Llambi: “You had no chance in the arms of Mikael Tatarkin.” There were ultimately eleven points for the performance.

Stefano Zarrella (33) tried to “free himself” during the life-affirming Charleston with many small steps, broad laughter and rolling backwards. “Al dente, very tasty today, that’s how to make a comeback,” praised Mabuse. There were 23 points for this. Things got emotional with Sophia Thiel (29) and Alexandru Ionel (30), who danced contemporary and brought an expressive separation story to the stage with “Torna a Casa”. “You were so emotional, it was really good,” even Llambi said. The rating: 19 points.

Gabriel Kelly (22) received praise for his colorful Cha Cha Cha to “Italodisco”. Mabuse called the show “bombastic”, González “supeeeer” and Llambi at least a “very good Cha Cha Cha”. He received the highest score of the evening of 26 points.

Singer Lulu (32) danced an energetic samba with Massimo Sinató (43), which was also celebrated by the jury: “Your look is hot!” said Mabusi. Overall rating: 19 points. Finally, all in white, Tony Bauer (28) tried a somewhat stiff rumba to Eros Ramazotti’s “Cose Della Vita”. He was unable to impress the jury: 14 points.

The next chance to move forward came with the dance battle at the end of the show. After the ecstatic final, Team Red, including Sophia Thiel, Tony Bauer and Biyon Kattilathu, was able to increase its score again. Then there were the calls from viewers and thus the decision: For Lina Larissa Strahl and Zsolt Sándor Cseke it was the last “Let’s Dance” show of the season.