Meet the eight finalists of ‘La Voz Kids’ after a semi-final of high-level performances

‘La Voz Kids’ is about to end, after the semi-final we already have the names of the eight finalists who will fight to become the best ‘Voz Kids’ in the country. Saturday evening, we experienced a most exciting gala with eight luxury performances, as if they were real professionals!

Before starting the program, the four coaches performed in a real show alongside their semi-finalists singing four of their most famous songs. Review it!

Fran and Pol, Pablo’s team

The runners-up for Pablo López’s team were Fran García and Pol Calvo. Two children with very different styles but who manage to impress in the same way on stage.

Pol bald was chosen by the public of ‘La Voz Kids’ thanks to their votes. The contestant wowed everyone with a slow version of “What a feeling” from the movie Flashdance. He looked like a real star!

the seesaw Franck Garcia He was chosen by Pablo López. The talent of Cadiz lifted the whole audience with a Bon Jovi classic, ‘live on a prayer‘ Everyone was speechless!

The two talents who remained at the gates of the Final were Daniela de los Ángeles and Marcella Mrvaljevich. The two girls shone like never before in the semi-finals, but they failed to progress to the next phase. In any case, they received the enormous affection and the precious words of Pablo López.

Marta and Antonio, Yatra team

In Sebastián Yatra’s team, the finalists were Marta Porris and Antonio Cortés. Two very different voices and a huge talent.

The one selected by the public present on the set of ‘La Voz Kids’ was Martha Porris who fell in love with a soft version of the theme ‘You’re the reasonabout Calum Scott.

Sebastián Yatra’s decision to choose his last finalist was very complicated but in the end he selected what he was looking for so much in the whole edition: a flamenco voice. Antonio Cortes captivated the coach by tearing his soul apart with Camarón’s song ‘Soy gitano’.

Mario Falero and Macarena Estévez were eliminated in the semi-finals of the ‘Team Yatra’ but they left with a big smile because of the words that their coach dedicated to them. In addition, we were able to experience a precious Macarena moment with Aitana in which together they performed the song ’11 Reasons’.

Triana and Irene, Bisbal team

David Bisbal found himself with two very talented candidates to continue in the finale of ‘La Voz Kids’: the copla of Triana Jiménez and the vocal perfection of Irene Molina.

The one chosen by the audience on set was Triana Jiménez who impressed by defending the copla ‘María de la O’ by Lola Flores with unparalleled artistry.

Irene Molina was selected by David Bisbal. The beautiful version that talent made of ‘Human‘ by Cristina Perri was the one who ended up making the coach fall in love and decide it should be Irene who made it to the final.

The two ‘Team Bisbal’ semi-finalists who failed to advance to the next phase were Blanca Miralles and Aroa Salaño. Both talents received plenty of praise for their two performances, which were undoubtedly high-rise.

Marina and Roberta, Aitana team

Aitana’s team for the finale consisted of two of the most impressive voices in the edition. Two girls with innate talent: Marina Oliván and Roberta Fauteck.

Marina Olivan caused a sensation on the set of ‘La Voz Kids’ with his interpretation of ‘Feeling good’ by Nina Simone. The public decided that it would be the talent of La Rioja who would go to the final in Aitana’s team.

Aitana suffered a lot while making her decision between the last three children she had left. Finally, he opted for the great voice of Roberta Fauteck who impressed sing the song ‘shake it‘ by Florence and The Machine.

The tender Carlos Higes and Emilio Díaz did not reach the next phase but, although they said goodbye in tears, they left grateful to Aitana for their opportunity in ‘La Voz Kids’.

In the next program enjoy the Final of ‘La Voz Kids’!

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