Roselyn Sanchez Quits 'Mira Quien Baila' After Only 1 Show

Roselyn Sanchez
The "Devious Maids" star was a judge on the dancing competition panel but abandoned the show after only one week. GettyImages

Roselyn Sanchez announced she was leaving "Mira Quién Baila" after only one week serving as a judge on the dancing competition show. The reason the former "Devious Maids" star had to leave the show is due to her advanced pregnancy. "I am 33 weeks pregnant and my doctor felt that it was not good to travel to Miami to continue this season," she told Univision. "Unfortunately, with this situation, my doctor asked me to go back home to be close to the hospital in case the baby decides to come sooner."

Sanchez shared the judging panel with "Poty" and Johnny Lozada. The trio only shared the screen one week, a showcase episode where none of the judges scored the dance routines. Due to the hurricane that hit Florida, the first episode was taped in México, with the first episode in Miami airing this past weekend. Casper Smart took over Roselyn this week and a rotating chair of special guests will be taking that seat every week.

The show went on and the first battle was between Marlene Favela and Ektor Rivera, that showed their dancing abilities with tango. After the judging it was Rivera that won the round. The second duel had Danell Leyva and Chikybombom going head to head with a salsa routine that had the former winning. Victoria La Mala and Pablo Montero were next with Regional Mexicano with the latter taking the round. Ana Patricia Gámez and Alejandro Nones battled to the rhytm of "quickstep" and it was the telenovela star that took the round. Lastly it was Dayanara Torres against Franco Noriega in urban with the former Miss Universe taking the win.

In the second round of dancing, the five winners of the duels would go head to head individually. Ektor stepped out first with a salsa routine, followed by Danell with a disco number. Pablo Montero was up next with the foxtrot and Alejandro Nones followed with an urban dance routine. Dayanara was the last of the five to showcase her abilities and it was to the style of fosse. The judges chose Dayanara and Alejandro Nones as the two best dancers of the night. Now it is up to the audience to determine who were the best. The couple that receives the most votes will take $5,000 dollars for the organization they're dancing for.

"Mira Quién Baila" airs every Sunday at 8pm/7c on Univision.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.