La tan esperada tercera temporada de “La Voz Kids” se estrenó con la primera ronda de “audiciones a ciegas” por Telemundo

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Miami, FL – Telemundo dio inicio a la tan esperada tercera temporada de “La Voz Kids” con la primera ronda de “Audiciones a Ciegas” realizada una vez más desde Universal Orlando Resort. Los conductores Daisy Fuentes y Jorge Bernal, vieron siete talentosos jóvenes procedentes de California, Oregon, Puerto Rico y Texas que lograron impresionar a los Coaches Daddy Yankee, Natalia Jiménez y Pedro Fernández, quienes lucharon apasionadamente para comenzar sus respectivos equipos que consistirán de 18 concursantes cada uno. El reality dominical le brinda una vez más a la audiencia la oportunidad de ser testigos del nacimiento y desarrollo de las estrellas del futuro mientras que los Coaches buscan a las mejores voces de la nación que compiten por el título de la “La Voz Kids”, donde el ganador recibirá un contrato de grabación y un premio en efectivo de $50,000 para contribuir a su educación.

Enseguida una recapitulación de lo ocurrido en el primer episodio:

Daddy Yankee conquistó tres voces para #TeamYankee:

  • Arnold Cruz, 13 años, de Santa Clarita, California, es un “charro” muy orgulloso y sentimental. Coach Daddy Yankee giró su silla, obteniendo la primera voz para su equipo.
  • Emily Cortés, 14 años, de Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, regresó a la competencia después de haber participado en la segunda temporada. Ella decidió por irse con su compatriota, Daddy Yankee, quien quedó impresionado con su energía y manejo escénico.
  • Franser Pazos, 14 años, de Portland, Oregón, dice que su amor por la música lo mantiene conectado a su país natal, Cuba.

Natalia Jimenez se llevó a dos chicas para #TeamNatalia:

  • Antonella Henao, 15 años, de Houston, Texas, es una joven auténtica y segura de sí misma. Los tres Coaches admiraron su voz, pero como fiel creyente en el ‘poder de las mujeres’, ella escogió a Natalia.
  • Ailyn de la Garza, 12 años, de Hidalgo, Texas. Los tres Coaches giraron sus sillas tras quedar impresionados por su voz, pero Natalia, cautivada por la madurez en su voz, quedó plenamente feliz al conquistarla.

Pedro Fernandez inició #TeamPedro con dos voces femeninas con puro sabor mexicano:

  • Tiffany Galaviz, 13 años, de Los Angeles, California, canta y baila desde los cuatro años. Los tres Coaches encantados con su voz, giraron sus sillas, pero ella se decidió ser parte de #TeamPedro.
  • Ashley Acosta, 11 años, de Houston, Texas. Su inspiración la encuentra en la música ranchera y en su papá. Los tres Coaches lucharon para quedarse con su voz, pero fue Pedro quien logró llevársela.

La búsqueda continúa durante la segunda ronda de “Audiciones a Ciegas” este próximo domingo, 22 de marzo a las 8pm/7c por Telemundo.


The long awaited 3rd season of “The Voice Kids” premiered on Telemundo featuring the first round of “Blind Auditions”

Miami, Fl. – Telemundo kicked off the much anticipated third season of “La Voz Kids” with the first round of “Blind Auditions,”produced once again at the Universal Orlando Resort. Returning hosts Daisy Fuentes and Jorge Bernal saw seven young talented kids from California, Oregon, Puerto Rico and Texas impress Coaches Daddy Yankee, Natalia Jimenez and Pedro Fernandez, who battled passionately to start building their teams of 18 contestants. The Sunday night reality competition gives the audience the opportunity to witness how the stars of the future are discovered and developed while the Coaches search for the nation’s best young singing talent to compete on “La Voz Kids,” where the winner receives a recording contract and a $50,000 cash prize to support their education. The search continues during the second round of “Blind Auditions” this coming Sunday, March 22, at 8pm/7c on Telemundo.

Following is a recap of last night’s premiere episode:

Daddy Yankee acquired three young artists for #TeamYankee:

  • 13-year-old Arnold Cruz from Santa Clarita, California, is a sentimental and proud “Charro” inspired by his grandfather, who also wanted to be in a “Mariachi.” Coach Daddy Yankee turned his chair at the last minute, taking the first member for his team.
  • 14-year-old Emily Cortes from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, is a returning contestant from season two. More secure and prepared, she made the three Coaches sing and dance to her song. Daddy Yankee loved her energy and self-confidence, and she opted to join her countryman’s team.
  • 14-year-old Franser Pazos from Portland, Oregon, says that his love for music keeps him connected to his birthplace, Cuba. The three Coaches were extremely impressed by his talent, and even though he sang one of Natalia’s hits, he nervously decided to go for #TeamYankee.

Natalia Jimenez selected two young girls as the first members of #TeamNatalia:

  • 15-year-old Antonella Henao from Houston, Texas, is a very secure and authentic artist. The three Coaches praised her voice, and she opted for Natalia, as a true believer in “woman power.”
  • 12-year-old Ailyn de la Garza from Hidalgo, Texas impressed the Coaches who turned their chairs, remarking on her powerful vocal attributes. Captivated by the maturity of her voice, Natalia was ecstatic when she secured Ailyn for her team.

Pedro Fernandez began #TeamPedro with two great female voices filled with Mexican flavor:

  • 13-year-old Tiffany Galaviz from Los Angeles, California, made the three Coaches turn their chairs during the night’s first performance. She has been singing and dancing since the age of four, and last night decided to go with #TeamPedro.
  • 11-year-old Ashley Acosta from Houston, Texas, is inspired by Mexican music, and her father gives her the confidence and strength she needs to sing.

The three Coaches wanted her for their teams, but it was Pedro that took this great young artist for his team.

 

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