How did the televised challenge between Milly Carlucci's Dancing with the Stars and Maria De Filippi's Tu Sì Que Vales end? The results
Dancing with the Stars, all the contestants chosen by Milly Carlucci
The challenge between Dancing with the Stars and Tu Sì Que Vales was highly anticipated and did not disappoint. The programs of Milly Carlucci and Maria De Filippi are back on TV after a long stop to the delight of viewers who have been waiting for them for some time. On the other hand, these are two very different programs, but equally strong from the point of view of the audience.
On the one hand Milly Carlucci with an exceptional cast of dancers and contestants, from Elisa Isoardi and Raimondo Todaro to Rosalinda Celentano, on the other Maria De Filippi with her friend Sabrina Ferilli, Belen Rodriguez and the judges Gerry Scotti, Rudy Zerbi and Teo Mammucari. On Saturday evening there was a substantial draw between the shows, in fact both achieved excellent results. Divided into two blocks, Dancing with the Stars reached 4 million viewers. The first part of the program – Dancing, all on the track -, broadcast until 9.59pm, totaled 4,109,000 spectators equal to 20.3% share, while the second block from 10pm to 12.47am achieved an average of 3,415,000 spectators with 22.1% share. Tu si que vales instead brought home 3,686,000 spectators with a 22.6% share, broadcasting from 21.19 to 00.50.
If on Rai Uno, Elisa Isoardi and Raimondo Todaro have inflamed the dance floor of Dancing with the Stars with a sensual tango, on Canale Cinque, Maria De Filippi and Sabrina Ferilli, old friends, have given life to new and funny comic curtains, animating the study of Tu Sì Que Vales.
A televised challenge ended in a draw, therefore. Although, since they are two very different programs, one cannot speak of a "clash". It was Milly Carlucci who explained it on the eve of Dancing with the Stars. "The story of the rivalry with Maria De Filippi, whom I respect very much, was created by you and I thank you for having done it – he told Ansa during the press conference to present the show -. This is good for TV because it makes it important. In this period, however, being here and saying who wins and who loses is a bit out of tune, the important thing is to go on the air and give lightness to the public ".