The Quebec singer is suffering a series of disappointments before he takes the floor of “Dancing with the Stars” on February 16. The Coeur de Pirate admitted on Instagram that she had injured her foot…
Casting for the new season of “Dancing with the Stars” has been announced, and the adventure begins awry for the Coeur de Pirate. Not only did the singer miss last week's press conference, but she also confided in her fans that she was injured before rehearsals began.
Thursday, February 1, the 34-year-old Quebec artist took to her Instagram account to share a not-so-flattering story: “Apparently I sprained (or broke, I don't know yet) my little toe before I started dancing,” she wrote in the caption. Picture of her wrapped toe. An injury may complicate his first training for Season 13 of DALS…
Even before this unfortunate incident, the trainee dancer was forced to miss the press conference organized at the TF1 headquarters on January 25. If the new jury and eleven of the twelve candidates gathered around host Camille Combal, the Cœur de Pirate apologized for his absence via video. From her home in Canada, she photographed herself in front of the high wall of snow that surrounds her house and prevents her from leaving for the airport.
And looking at her latest Instagram Stories, it appears the singer – whose real name is Beatrice Martin – is still at home with her two children, Rumi, 11, and Arlo, 2. Meanwhile, other new stars of the show have begun rehearsals in Paris.
“Deluxe Choice” for DALS, Season 13
Friday, February 16, American actor James Denton (Mike Delfino in “Desperate Housewives”), Black M, Cristina Cordola, singers Natasha St-Pierre and Adeline Tognoti, Diane Lear (Miss France 2022), comedians Roman Duduik and Ines Rigg, drag queen . Keona, Caroline Margeridon and influencer Nico Capone will set foot on the floor of “Dancing with the Stars,” the 2024 edition, for the first time.
“Luxury Selection,” by Jean-Marc Genereux, who will take his place on the judging panel this year, alongside Chris Marquez, Veuve Huteau and newcomer Canadian choreographer Mel Charlot.
Two new professional dancers
Only one couple has actually been announced, Adeline Tonuiti and Adrien Caby. The other duets will be broadcast on Channel One until the launch of the first prime.
In this thirteenth season, the troupe of dancers includes regulars from the show: Adrien Cabé, but also Candice Pascal, Ines Vandame, Yann-Aleric Morteuil, Maxime Derimez, Christophe Licata, Jordan Muelrac, Christiane Millet, Elsa Boas or Anthony Collette again.
A new name among the dancers this year is Nicolas Archambault, who was already a member of the show's jury. The name of the 13 dancers who will be chosen at the end of the casting session, “Who Will Dance with the Stars?” “, will be revealed soon.
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