“Be very careful!”: Chris Marques warns dancers who want to audition for “Dancing with the Stars”

“Be very careful!”: Chris Marques warns dancers who want to audition for “Dancing with the Stars”
“Be very careful!”: Chris Marques warns dancers who want to audition for “Dancing with the Stars”

A little over two months ago, Natasha St-Pier won the 13th season of Dance with the stars against Nico Capone and Inès Reg on TF1. A victory that made his partner, Anthony Colette, an iconic dancer in entertainment who had dreamed of this moment since childhood, cry with joy.

Like him, many professional dancers are pushing the private channel’s dance show. Castings are organized every year. But beware of scams. In a video published in an Instagram story, Chris Marques, emblematic and formidable judge of Dance with the starsaddress a “small message quite important” to “professional dancers, amateurs and fans of Dancing with the Stars”. In the latter, he warns his followers about the existence of fake castings concerning the show.Be very careful! There are people who try to contact you to offer you castings, some paying, some making you promises about getting into the show for sure Dancing with the Stars,” he begins.

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He goes on to implore his followers not to fall for it: “Please. There is only one person who does the casting for dancers, it’s Julien Chapero. If it’s not him or literally a member of the team at BBC Studios (production company of Dance with the starsEd.) or TF1 Productions, this is a fake ad and a fake message. So please don’t trust anyone at Julien Chapero, BBC Studios and TF1 Productions for castings.

So be careful!

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