Bruno Vila explodes in 'Dancing with the Stars' after feeling humiliated by the jury

Bruno Vila is being one of the clear protagonists of Dancing with the Stars.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
30 March 2024 Saturday 05:04
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Bruno Vila explodes in 'Dancing with the Stars' after feeling humiliated by the jury

Bruno Vila is being one of the clear protagonists of Dancing with the Stars. The Galician, despite having come very far, still does not give the level that the members of the jury expect of him. This has meant that the public does not fully understand why he is still in the contest, although it is also true that, precisely, it is the audience who saves him.

The judges also do not seem to understand what is happening with Bruno, with whom they have been really harsh when giving their verdicts. This extreme sincerity has caused the aspiring dancer to confront them.

Julia Gómez Cora has been in charge of giving the bad news to Bruno. Basically, the producer believes that the level of the contestant is so low that no one would want to see him: "I have seen that in other countries, the finalists and winners have toured and filled stadiums. You have already won a lot of money in the contest and I don't think that people want to pay to see you dance."

The young contestant, in response to this comment, has not remained silent and has reminded them that, although they value him negatively, the audience does believe in him: "I don't know if they would pay but at least they would come because they vote for me."

Gorka Márquez has also brought out all the artillery. "I wanted to be good. Don't take it personally, because he is professional," he began. However, he explained to her that he has not done well at all: "You have gone 95% of the song outside of music and in week 12."

Both members of the jury have decided to give a 1 to Bruno, who has accommodated this historic event as best as he could, since it had never happened that the same contestant received the worst score twice. However, he has made it clear that it was not necessary: ​​"In pedagogy it is considered humiliating to give less than 3, but this is dance and not pedagogy."