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Galena Velikova returns as a judge in Dancing with the Stars several days after giving birth

21 October 2013 / 11:10:14  GRReporter
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Less than a month after becoming a mother dancer Galena Velikova is again at the judges' table in the Greek edition of the television show Dancing with the Stars. The Bulgarian had herself announced the happy news through the social network Twitter a few hours after leaving the hospital with her husband and newborn daughter, publishing the gift birth certificate issued by the management of the clinic with wishes for health and success.

On leaving the clinic, Galena Velikova, her husband Constantinos Hainas and their newborn girl had been met by photographers. “I am really happy. I am holding my baby girl in my arms and no words can describe the feeling," she had told reporters on September 30.

20 days later Galena Velikova appeared on the TV screen for the premiere of the fourth edition of the popular show. Measurements indicate that the rating of the show reached 37.7% and 45.1% at the time of the announcement of the results of the vote at around 00:30 am on Sunday.

The rating reached its peak of 43.1% during the performance of the Greek fashion stylist and businessman Lakis Gavalas who, until a few months earlier, had been in prison for unpaid taxes to the state.

"I was watching Dancing with the Stars in jail... Sometimes I danced during the performances of the participants. As if I knew that I would participate and I was preparing for this," he said after the dance with his partner.

Tags: DanceShowDancing with the StarsGalena VelikovaLakis Gavalas
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