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Telemundo's LA VOZ KIDS Says Farewell to Six Finalists

May 27
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Telemundo's LA VOZ KIDS Says Farewell to Six Finalists

The second rendition of Telemundo's "La Voz Kids" Final Phase saw the departure of six finalists as Coaches Prince Royce, Roberto Tapia and Natalia Jiménez announced the remaining 12 voices moving on to the Semi Finals Next Sunday. The show opened big with the return of season one winner Paola Guanche in a magical performance of the chart topping hit "Happy" together with the 18 finalists. Viewers also enjoyed a brilliant performance by Prince Royce, who debuted the first single of his most recent musical production, the beautiful romantic Bachata song, "Soy el mismo."

Voting began immediately after the show for viewers from across the United States and Puerto Rico to keep their favorite young artists in the competition. Results will be announced during the Semifinal next Sunday, June 1st, at 8pm/7c.

During the Final Phase, the top contestants from each team compete against each other and the television audience, as well as the Coaches decide who remains in the competition. Six more finalists will be eliminated during the competition's Semifinal next Sunday and the voting will initiate following the show to keep the favorite vocalists in the competition. In the end, The Winner Is determined by the viewing audience votes, and is revealed during the GRAND FINALE.

Last Sunday's results were:

#TeamRoyce:

Finalists chosen by audience votes:
- Juan Manuel Vélez (8 years old, from Houston, Texas); performed "Como México no hay dos" (Vicente Fernández)
- Amanda Mena (11 years old, from Lynn, Massachusetts); performed "Halo" (Beyoncé)
- Dorothy Milary (13 years old, from Caguas, Puerto Rico); performed "Roar" (Katy Perry)

Saved by Coach Prince Royce: Angely Rabsatt (14 years old, from Bronx, NY), who performed "La travesía" (Juan Luis Guerra)

Eliminated: Destiny Ron and Yoandri Cabrera

#TeamNatalia:

Finalists chosen by audience votes:
- Patricia Rosario (14 years old, from Yubucao, Puerto Rico); performed "Cómo quieres que te quiera" (Rosario)
- Leslie Mendoza (13 years old, from Bensenville, Illinois); performed "Esta vida" (Shaila Durcal)
- Yanelis Rivera (13 years old, from Lares, Puerto Rico); performed "La vida es un carnaval" (Celia Cruz)

Saved by Coach Natalia: Aimee Miranda (13 years old, from Newburgh, NY), who performed "Back to Black" (Amy Winehouse)

Eliminated: Abel González and Samantha Tiscareno


#TeamTapia:

Finalists chosen by audience votes:
- Jackelyn Barrera (14 years old, from Roma, Texas); performed "Cómo te va mi amor" (Pandora)
- Abril Cisneros (8 years old, from Las Vegas, Nevada); performed "Cien años" (Pedro Infante)
- Natalia Loya (12 years old, from Downey, Calif.); performed "La nave del olvido" (José José)

Saved by Coach Tapia: Ginmarie Villanueva (15 years old, from Arecibo, Puerto Rico); performed "Antes de las seis" (Shakira)

Eliminated: Nayeli Rodriguez and Diego Revilla



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