Got Talent España

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Got Talent España
Got Talent España.jpg
Created bySimon Cowell
Presented bySanti Millán (2016–)
JudgesEdurne (2016–)
Risto Mejide (2017–)
Paz Padilla (2019–)
Dani Martínez (2019–)
Jorge Javier Vázquez (2016–2018)
Eva Hache (2016–2018)
Eva Isanta (2019–)
Production
ProducerFremantleMedia
Running time180 minutes
Production companiesFremantleMedia
Sycotv
DistributorFremantleMedia Enterprises
Release
Original networkTelecinco
Original release13 February 2016 (2016-02-13)–present
External links
Website

Got Talent España (English: Got Talent Spain), is the Spanish version of the international Got Talent series. It is hosted by Santi Millán and broadcast on Spanish Telecinco channel. The idea behind the programme is to search for the most talented and promising entertainment. The series premiered on 13 February 2016.[1] The new show is a continuation of an original series Tienes Talento (English: You've Got Talent) that had seen one season starting 25 January 2008 on Cuatro, hosted by Nuria Roca and Eduardo Aldán and had been discontinued after one season. On 15 June 2015, Mediaset España announced the revival of the series for the group's main channel Telecinco.[2] The judges were Edurne, Eva Hache, Jesús Vázquez, and Jorge Javier Vázquez.

Tienes Talento[edit]

Original series was hosted by Nuria Roca (also the host of Factor X), with Eduardo Aldán as backstage host. Actress Natalia Millán, music conductor Josep Vicent, and singer-songwriter David Summers were the three original judges. Summers appeared only in the first episode and left the show prematurely due to pneumonia; he was replaced by singer and musician Miqui Puig (also a judge on Factor X) for the rest of the season.[3] On 21 April 2008, 16-year-old flamenco singer Salva Rodríguez won the finale with 23 percent of the televote.[4]

Got Talent España seasons[edit]

Summary[edit]

Season Start Finish Winner's prize Winner Runner-up Third place Presenter Judges
1 2 3 4
1 13 February 2016 27 April 2016 €25,000 Cristina Ramos Alberto de Paz María Mendoza Santi Millán Jorge Javier Vázquez Eva Hache Edurne Jesús Vázquez
2 21 January 2017 21 March 2017 Antonio "El Tekila" Samuel Martí Progenyx Risto Mejide
3 17 January 2018 11 April 2018 César Brandon Taekwondo Tao Tomás Sanjuán
4 28 January 2019 29 April 2019 Murga Zeta Zetas Juan San Juan Nazaret Natera Paz Padilla Eva Isanta
5 16 September 2019 16 December 2019 Hugo Molina Magodelucasss Ismailah Dani Martínez
6 15 January 2021 30 April 2021 Celia Muñoz Chus Serrano Elsa Tortonda

Seasons 1 (2016)[edit]

Telecinco opened auditions for Got Talent España on 15 June 2015. On 5 August 2015, Telecinco announced the panel of judges: television presenter Jesús Vázquez; television presenter Jorge Javier Vázquez; actress, comedian and television presenter Eva Hache; and singer, actress and television presenter Edurne.[5] On 26 August 2015, actor and showman Santi Millán was announced as host.[6] The series premiered on 13 February 2016.[1] On 27 April 2016, versatile opera and rock music singer Cristina Ramos Pérez won the finale of the season.[7] The pianist Alberto de Paz was runner-up and singer María Mendoza came third. There were also participations from other countries including Brazil, China, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Italy and the Philippines.

Host and judges

Name Position Age Origin Profession
Santi Millán Host 47 years Barcelona Actor and TV host
Jorge Javier Vázquez Judge 45 years Barcelona TV host, theatre writer and producer
Eva Hache Judge 44 years Segovia Comedian, actress and TV host
Edurne Judge 30 years Madrid Singer, actress and TV host
Jesús Vázquez Judge 50 years A Coruña TV host

Finalists

Contestants Talent Age Information
Cristina Ramos Pérez Singer 37 years Winner
Alberto de Paz Pianist 38 years Runner-up
María Mendoza Singer 22 years Third
Marco Aurelio Motta Contortionist and acrobat 23 years Eliminated from third group
Gabriel Fonty Dancer 31 years Eliminated from third group
Ballet Kebanna Ballet dancers Between 20 and 40 years Eliminated from third group
Gabriela Gutiérrez-Colomer Singer 16 years Eliminated from third group
David Pereira Acrobats and dancers 24 years Eliminated from third group
Arianna Moia Opera singer 15 years Eliminated from second group
Bichiswaag Urban and breakdance dancers Between 10 and 14 years Eliminated from second group
Javi Lin Chen Violinist 28 years Eliminated from second group
Celia y Marco Acrobats 32 and 30 years Eliminated from second group
Sergio Ordóñez Acrobat 19 years Eliminated from second group
Dianne Jacob Ico Singer 14 years Eliminated from first group
David Tejada Popping dancer 12 years Eliminated from first group
Zistarlity Dancers Between 14 and 25 years Eliminated from first group
Robin Dee Singer 32 years Eliminated from first group
Donet Collazo Acrobatic dancer 32 years Eliminated from first group

Season 2 (2017)[edit]

On 23 April 2016, Telecinco renewed the series for another season.[8] On 27 July 2016, it was announced that publicist and media personality Risto Mejide would a judge on the second season.[9] It was later confirmed that Mejide would be replacing Jesús Vázquez.[10] The series premiered on 21 January 2017. On 22 March 2017, rock and roll dancer Antonio Garrido "El Tekila" won the finale of the season.[11] The dancer Samuel Martí Pérez was runner-up and the dance group Progenyx became third. There were alo participations from Algeria, Argentina and Cuba.

Host and judges

Name Position Age Origin Profession
Santi Millán Host 48 years Barcelona Actor and TV host
Jorge Javier Vázquez Judge 46 years Barcelona TV host, theatre writer and producer
Eva Hache Judge 45 years Segovia Comedia, actress and TV host
Edurne Judge 31 years Madrid Singer, actress and TV host
Risto Mejide Judge 42 years Barcelona TV host, writer and publicist

Finalists

Contestants Talent Age Information Percentage
Antonio "El Tekila" Rock’n’roll dancer 45 years Winner 26,05%
Samuel Martí Pérez Dancer 19 years Runner-up 20,12%
Progenyx Dancers Between 14 and 20 years Third 10,88%
Joel Armando Hernández Magician and illusionist 35 years Fourth 9,50%
Madrid Frao Dancers Between 20 and 28 years Fifth 7,44%
Marina Marlo Singer 16 years Sixth 5,12%
Solange Freyre Singer and musical theatre stage actress 43 years Seventh 4,44%
Kader Adjel Singer 20 years Eighth 4,09%
The Roker Contemporary magician 16 years Ninth 3,58%
Mar Gabarre Singer 23 years Tenth 2,36%
Ibán Velacoracho Imitator and singer 33 years Eleventh 1,95%
Abdel Luna Drag and contortionist 18 years Twelfth 1,80%
Kanga y Tania Dancers 47 and 12 years Thirteenth 1,60%
Acheron Delacroix Illusionist 28 years Fourteenth 1,08%

Season 3 (2018)[edit]

The third season premiered on 17 January 2018.[12] On 11 April 2018, poet César Brandon from Equatorial Guinea won the finale of the season.[13] This was the first time in the show that a non-Spaniard won the title. The Spanish taekwondo show band Taekwondo Tao were runners-up and magician Tomás Sanjuán came third.

Host and judges

Name Position Age Origin Profession
Santi Millán Host 49 years Barcelona Actor and TV host
Jorge Javier Vázquez Judge 47 years Barcelona TV host, theatre writer and producer
Eva Hache Judge 46 years Segovia Comedia, actress and TV host
Edurne Judge 32 years Madrid Singer, actress and TV host
Risto Mejide Judge 43 years Barcelona TV host, writer and publicist

Season 4 (2019)[edit]

The fourth season premiered on 28 January 2019.[14] On 27 July 2018, it was announced that actress Eva Isanta would replace Eva Hache in the panel.[15] On 3 September 2018, it was announced that comedian, actress and television presenter Paz Padilla would replace Jorge Javier Vázquez in the panel.[16] On 29 April 2019, the murga group Murga Zeta Zetas won the finale of the season.[17]

Season 5 (2019)[edit]

The fifth season premiered on 16 September 2019, less than five month after the finale of the fourth season.[18] On 11 June 2019, it was announced that comedian and television presenter Dani Martínez would replace Eva Isanta in the panel.[19] On 16 December 2019, 3-year-old drummer Hugo Molina won the finale of the season, becoming the second youngest winner to date in any of the Got Talent franchises, the youngest winner goes to Arinka Shuhalevych from Ukraine in 2016 Kid's Version.[20]

Season 6 (2021)[edit]

The sixth season premiered on 15 January 2021.[21] On 30 April 2021, ventriloquist Celia Muñoz won the finale of the season.[22]

References[edit]

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