As the popular dance show StarDance progresses, the performers keep getting better and better. However, the demands of the jury, which tries to get the most out of its clients, also rise proportionally. However, it is often difficult for the egos of the contestants to bite.
The most negative comments after the last aired episode were received by confectioner Josef Maršálek, whom viewers cannot forget, that he remained in the competition, while, according to them, the more talented actor and singer Richard Krajčo was eliminated. But the man who became famous in the Peche zela zeme competition does not make too much of it. “He told me that millions of people would sleep in the open tonight and have nothing to eat. And people in the Czech Republic are getting upset about StarDance. He was right,” Richard Krajčo, who holds no grudge against his opponent, told Kafe.cz.
Kayaker Vavřinec Hradilek also has to deal with criticism from time to time, but as he revealed to Stream Internet TV, he mainly takes it in a sporting way. They mainly try to learn from the negative evaluations of the jury. “They are the dancers who know and have to tell us. I’m actually glad for the criticism. Of course, a lower grade will freeze, but it’s their role here, so I completely respect it,” he revealed with a smile.
Zdeněk Chlopčík sat on Marko Adamczyk
Actor Marek Adamczyk, on the other hand, has difficulty accepting criticism. “Beautiful expression, it had a story, there was a fantastic contact. The dog walking steps were fantastic. But it wasn’t there with that passport, you would have been gored by that bull so many times that you would have had your ass punctured,” the dreaded juror Zdeněk Chlopčík told him last. The young artist didn’t like his assessment at all and even got a nasty word thrown at him.
“I feel stupid. I had a very good feeling from yesterday’s quickstep. We danced it the way we wanted, all the passages with which I sometimes had problems worked out for me, Lenka caught the baby, which was again something she was afraid of and… We got three sixes,” he confided afterwards, what did you hear the verdict of the jury. “It’s hard, I lack motivation,” he added disappointedly.
At the same time, it is said in acting circles that Marek Adamczyk has had difficulty accepting criticism for a long time. When he was still playing Harold in the play with Mrs. Hana Maciuchová Harold and Maude, had a hard time when theater critics wrote nothing but good about him. He was still dealing with it in the club,” revealed Aha! his unnamed colleague from the Theater in Vinohrady. “We told him to screw it up, that it wasn’t worth it,” he concluded.