By treading the floor of Dance With The Stars this Friday, October 15, Aurélie Pons decided to pay tribute to her dead father, causing Denitsa Ikonomova to cry.
Despite the mourning of his father, which occurred this Monday, October 11, 2021, Aurelie Pons has armed herself with courage and perseverance to prove herself on the floor of Dance with the stars. But during the issue of this Friday, October 15, it was out of the question for her not to pay tribute to the first man of her life. “I had the choice of continue the adventure or stop. I decided to dance some more“, she confided during her stint on the set on TF1. The actress of the Here everything begins series has engaged in a dance to a song by the Italian group Maneskin – big winner of the Eurovision Song Contest in May 2021 – and didn’t let anything break his smile.
“I’m sure my daddy is proud of me“, she launched to Camille Combal following her performance. Aurelie Pons remains upset by the death of his father, deceased after a heart attack as she announced on her social networks, she asked not to receive any preferential treatment. His choreography overwhelmed the audience and the jury, notation Denitsa Ikonomov. Touched in the heart, the new juror could not hold back her tears. “I find you a warrior“said the professional dancer. The other jurors of Dance with the stars, they did not fail to congratulate the candidate for her strength.
Aurélie Pons supported by her father during her adventure
Dancing was his way of paying homage to his “paupé“, as the ex-Miss liked to call him. And for good reason, the father ofAurelie Pons admired her daughter’s dancing skills and let her know every week. “You worked well this week with Adrien (Caby, editor’s note), it will do it, you will ensure like a shooting star. Or rather like the Star of the Shepherd, Venus who is the brightest“, he had also sent her on WhatsApp, nicknamed her”Loulette.“A proof of a paternal love which aroused the emotion of the family of Dance with the stars.
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