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Shangela Salsas at the debut of Dancing with the Stars

Hallelujah! That’s history. Shangela made her debut last night as the first drag queen to compete in the American version of dancing with the stars, performing a salsa with his partner Gleb Savenchko to the rhythm of “When I Grow Up” by The Pussycat Dolls. It was an appropriate song choice, given that Shangela is famous, a star, and has been in movies (with Lady Gaga, no less). A colorful leopard print served as the duo’s costume and stage theme for their first performance. “I hope we show people that it’s about the heart and soul of who you are as a person,” Shangela said earlier this month after being announced as part of this season’s cast. by People. “It doesn’t matter if it’s two men dancing together, if it’s a man or a drag artist like me dancing together. It’s about the spirit of dance and fun, and the ability to connect and learn more about other people’s worlds.”

After the spirited performance, judge Derek Hough praised Shangela for having “so much energy, so much power, so much charisma.” So does that mean the result was 10, 10, 10 across the board? Unfortunately not. This time, Team Sheb scored 28 out of 40 points, with each of the four judges deciding to award 7 out of 10 points. Still, there is a long way to go until the Mirrorball trophy is awarded. Based on last season’s schedules, the finale will likely air sometime in November. As The Pussycat Dolls would say, anyone who wants to win could. Well no (spoilers!) sex and the city actor Jason Lewis, who was sent home after the first episode… but no one else. dancing with the starsNow streaming exclusively on Disney+, it returns on September 26.


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