Garnier Fructis Jodi No.1 - the dance fever is catching on

MUMBAI: Garnier Fructis Jodi No.1 is reaching its last leg; the participants have come a long way surpassing many rounds that have put their mental and physical strength to test.

The last episode of Jodi No.1 which witnessed the elimination of Prem-Pooja surely did quite a performance for Vijay garnering 16.0 TVR's a channel share of 38% on Saturday (CS ABC 15+F) in Chennai beating competition.

source: TAM; Channel Shares; Chennai; CS ABC 15+F; Saturdays 2000- 2125hrs

Now, the time has come for the 6 eliminated jodis (4 reel life and 2 real life) to put on their dancing shoes for the last time and gear up for the wild card round on December 2, 2006. The winner of this wild card round is given the special opportunity to join the two finalists in the grande finale and compete for the title "Jodi No.1"

The theme of the wild card round is "item number"; so lets see the 6 participants:

- Bharat Kalyan-Shilpa (JN03): the reel life jodi faced the first elimination in the "koothu kattu" round; have put in their best efforts to impress the judges with "Bailare"

- Pooja-Rishi (JN05): this reel life jodi had made a quite a impression in the first two rounds; but weren't able to keep the spirit up in the Black-White round; but they promise to rock with their item "Vaadiamma Jakamma"

- Rajkamal-Latha Rao (JN07): the real-life jodi who showed immense strength inspite of hard times had decided to withdraw from the competition as Latha Rao had a leg injury. But now they are back and sure to shake a leg with "Saathikadi Pothikadi".

- Chetan-Devadarshini (JN02): eliminated in the prop round; this real life jodi have their spirits up and are hoping to garner their votes with the sizzling number from the movie "Kadhal".

- Deepak-Tharika (JN06): another great performing couple are sure to give stiff competition to the others with their dance for "Madha Madhaennu"

- Prem-Pooja (JN04): one among the most favorite couples in the show were eliminated in the "wedding celebration" round as their theme was a misfit. But their energy and love for dance has not deterred and they are back to groove to "Kodambakkam Area"

Only one among the 6 jodis will survive this test as the viewers decide who deserves to go onto the final episode and compete against the finalists Raghav-Preetha and Vijay Adhiraj-Raschana.

In addition to all this excitement of the jodis competing for the finals; a sizzling hot number is in the bag by none other than the ravishing Ragasiya.

Voting for wild card episode

The viewers are the ultimate judges for the wild card episodes as the viewers are the one who will decide the winner by voting for their favorite jodi. Voting lines open December 2, 2006 8pm to December 3, 2006 9pm only.

Voting mechanism:

Reliance subscribers to call 12341xx (xx-contestant number) from their Reliance Mobile and other subscribers can type "JNxx" to 7827. Voting is also available on BSNL landlines "1904 424 2222 xx" and on

So, don't forget to tune in for this one action packed episode of Garnier Fructis Jodi No.1 on December 2, 2006 ar 8 pm only on Vijay.


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