This Friday (May 22nd, 8:15 p.m. live on RTL, also via TVNow ), TV viewers can look forward to an exciting show finale: “Let’s Dance” chooses its “Dancing Star 2023″. Lili Paul-Roncalli (22), Luca Hänni (25) and Moritz Hans (24) have to swing their legs for the last time in the final. The three finalists in the check.

She is the last woman in the team and has known how to handle her athletic body in the past few weeks: artist Lili Paul-Roncalli. Professional dancer Massimo Sinató (39) had already correctly assessed her talent in show one and chose her as a dance partner – the best results regularly followed in the shows. Even a training accident before the quarter-finals, in which the couple bumped their heads, did not stop them. Paul-Roncalli was able to assert himself against three men in the semi-finals and moved on to the final. With the Contemporary, she picked up 30 points from the jury on the show. In the dance Paul-Roncalli processed a currently difficult phase in her life, as she explained in an interview with spot on news. She tried to dance her feelings “which I currently have when I think that our circus and variety show [due to the corona pandemic, note d. Red.] May not play. That also puts me under a lot of emotion. ”

The Austrian, born in Munich in 1998, her real name is Lilian Paul, is the daughter of Bernhard Paul (73), co-founder of Circus Roncalli, and the Italian artist Eliana Larible-Paul. At the age of six she trained with the artists of the famous circus. From 2014 she was seen in various Roncalli productions and since then has thrilled the audience as a snake woman who can bend her body in all directions. The show gene and her impressive body feeling could ultimately help her win the “Let’s Dance”.

Every week, Luca Hänni showed her best side. The Swiss singer won the first 30 points of this season with his soulful contemporary with his dance partner Christina Luft (30) in show four. Joachim Llambi (55) even pulled out his first “10” for him. From then on, he lived up to his role as favorite. In the semifinals, according to Motsi Mabuse (39) and Llambi, he even put on the floor the best jive that “Let’s Dance” has ever had. In the end, Hänni got the highest score of the evening. The musician has demonstrated a lot of hard work and perseverance in his career so far and was able to celebrate success.

The singer, born in Bern in 1994, made his breakthrough in 2012. As the first non-German, he won the ninth season of the RTL casting show “Deutschland sucht den Superstar”. In order to devote himself entirely to his music career, he even broke off his apprenticeship as a bricklayer. With his first single “Don’t Think About Me”, Hänni was the first Swiss in 52 years to reach number 1 on the German charts. In 2019 he took part in the Eurovision Song Contest for his home country and finished fourth. Before his “Let’s Dance” participation, he was able to win the dance show “Dance Dance Dance” 2017. Is that a good omen for tonight’s victory? In the interview with spot on news, the singer is certain: “In my view, it is the strongest finale ever. The smallest details really matter and everyone deserves to win. ”

Moritz Hans completes the field of finalists. Professional dancer Renata Lusin (32) managed to get the sports climber more and more enthusiastic about tango, Viennese waltzes and the like. “Dancing just fills me and makes me happy,” Hans recently said in an RTL interview. The athlete had the greatest development of the finalists. An example: In the introductory show there were only 15 points for the Viennese waltz, in the quarter-finals the dance couple, even for a short time blindfolded, scored 29 points for the same dance. Perseverance and fighting spirit are in Hans’ blood.

The sports climber, born in Stuttgart in 1996, took part in national climbing competitions at the age of 13, and since 2010 he has also been active on international terrain. In 2018 he joined the perspective squad for the 2023 Olympic Games, where sport climbing is Olympic for the first time. Hans has been known to some TV viewers since 2017. He took part in the RTL course show “Ninja Warrior Germany” for the first time and made it straight to the finals. Since then, Hans has participated in every season and won the title “Last Man Standing” in 2017. Can he also triumph in “Let’s Dance”?


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