Ídolos Brazil (season 6)

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Ídolos Brazil
Season 6
Broadcast from April 5 – July 14, 2011
Judges Marco Camargo
Luiza Possi
Rick Bonadio
Host(s) Rodrigo Faro
Broadcaster Rede Record
Finals venue Via Funchal
Winner
Henrique Lemes
Origin Tucunduva, SC
Song "De Coração"
Genre(s) Sertanejo
Runner-up
Higor Rocha
Chronology

Ídolos Brazil 6, also taglined as Ídolos 2011 is the sixth season of Brazilian reality interactive talent show Ídolos and fourth season aired on Rede Record. It premiered on Tuesday, April 5, 2011.

Rodrigo Faro returned as a host from last year, while music managerrecord producer Rick Bonadio and singeractress Luiza Possi joined the judging panel as replacements for Luiz Calainho and Paula Lima who left at the end of season five.

This season had the youngest matchups of the two finalists, Henrique Lemes and Higor Rocha, who were both 16 at the time.

Henrique Lemes won the competition with Higor Rocha as the first runner-up and Hellen Caroline finishing third. The final result was leaked on the show's website circa 30 minutes before the live official announcement and pointed to Henrique's victory with 55% out of a total of 7 million votes cast.[1]

Early Process[edit]

Regional Auditions[edit]

Auditions were held in the following cities:[2]

During this stage guest judges filled in a special fourth judging seat.

Episode Air Date Audition City Audition Date Audition Venue Guest Fourth Judge Golden Tickets Total
April 05, 2011 Uberlândia Feb 05, 2011 Tancredo Neves Arena Alexandre Pires 26
April 07, 2011
April 12, 2011 Florianópolis Jan 29, 2011 Nego Quirido Sambadrome No Guest Judge 20
April 14, 2011
April 19, 2011 Rio de Janeiro Feb 12, 2011 Fort Copacabana Preta Gil 22
April 21, 2011
April 26, 2011 São Paulo Feb 19, 2011 Ibirapuera Arena No Guest Judge 21
April 28, 2011
Total Tickets to São Paulo 89

São Paulo Week[edit]

Chorus Line[edit]

The first day of São Paulo Week featured the eighty-nine contestants from the auditions round. Divided into groups, the contestants go up on stage and individually sing a song a capella. Fifty-two advanced.

Groups[edit]

The fifty-two remaining contestants were divided in groups of four or three. They had to pick a song and sing accompanied by a soundtrack. Thirty-one advanced.

Solos[edit]

The thirty-one remaining contestants had to choose a music and singing accompanied by a band and can also play an instrument. In the end, the judges take the contestants individually and tell them if they made the final fifteen.

Semi-Finals[edit]

Semi-Finalists[edit]

The fifteen semi-finalists were officially announced on May 12, 2011. The following are semi-finalists who failed to reach the finals.

(ages stated at time of contest)

Contestant Age Hometown Audition Location Voted Off
Dani Mota 25 Belo Horizonte Uberlândia May 19, 2011
Jean Vitor 29 São Bento do Sul Florianópolis May 19, 2011
Maynah Faria 18 Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro May 19, 2011
Mônica Costa 18 Araguari Uberlândia May 19, 2011
Rafael Carvalho 17 Itabuna São Paulo May 19, 2011

Top 15 – Sing Your Idol[edit]

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Fernanda Portilho "Pensando em Nós Dois" (Ivete Sangalo ft. Seu Jorge) Safe
2
Higor Rocha "Sem Radar" (LS Jack) Safe
3
Raphael Diniz "Mentes Tão Bem" (Zezé di Camargo & Luciano) Safe
4
Camila Morais "Tá Se Achando" (Guilherme & Santiago) Safe
5
Henrique Lemes "200 Por Hora" (Jorge & Mateus) Safe
6
Hellen Caroline "1 Minuto" (D'Black ft. Negra Li) Safe
7
Dani Mota "Rosas" (Ana Carolina) Eliminated
8
Maynah Faria "Esqueça" (Marisa Monte) Eliminated
9
Karielle Gontijo "Pássaro de Fogo" (Paula Fernandes) Safe
10
Rafael Carvalho "Sinais de Fogo" (Preta Gil) Eliminated
11
Elson Junior "Caçador de Mim" (Milton Nascimento) Safe
12
Mello Junior "Meu Bem Querer" (Djavan) Safe
13
Mônica Costa "Rios de Amor" (Victor & Leo) Eliminated
14
Jean Vitor "Ei, Psiu! Beijo Me Liga" (Michel Teló) Eliminated
15
Marjory Porto "Um Dia de Domingo" (Tim Maia) Safe

The fifteen semi-finalists performed live on May 17, 2011 with results show on the following episode which aired May 19, 2011. The 5 singers with the highest percentage of the public vote were automatically qualified for the finals. Later on night, the judges decided which 5 out of the remaining 10 semi-finalists completed the Top 10.

Finals[edit]

Finalists[edit]

The ten finalists were officially announced on May 19, 2011, after the semi-final round results be revealed.

(ages stated at time of contest)

Contestant Age Hometown Audition Location Voted Off
Henrique Lemes 16 Tucunduva Florianópolis Winner
Higor Rocha 16 Itanhém São Paulo July 14, 2011
Hellen Caroline 24 Ubatuba São Paulo July 07, 2011
Karielle Gontijo 20 Mineiros São Paulo Jun 30, 2011
Fernanda Portilho 21 Governador Valadares Uberlândia Jun 23, 2011
Marjory Porto 26 Curitiba Florianópolis Jun 16, 2011
Elson Junior 28 Nova Iguaçu Rio de Janeiro Jun 09, 2011
Camila Morais 21 Monte Sião São Paulo Jun 09, 2011
Mello Junior 25 Palmas São Paulo Jun 02, 2011
Raphael Diniz 26 Curitiba Florianópolis May 26, 2011

Top 10 – Country[edit]

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Karielle Gontijo "Não Aprendi Dizer Adeus" (Leandro & Leonardo) Safe
2
Elson Junior "Os Amantes" (Daniel) Bottom 3
3
Camila Morais "Choram as Rosas" (Bruno & Marrone) Bottom 2
4
Mello Junior "Amar Não é Pecado" (Luan Santana) Safe
5
Higor Rocha "Tem Que Ser Você" (Victor & Leo) Safe
6
Fernanda Portilho "Pra Você" (Paula Fernandes) Safe
7
Raphael Diniz "Aí Já Era" (Jorge & Mateus) Eliminated
8
Marjory Porto "Você Não Sabe o Que é Amor" (Luan Santana) Safe
9
Henrique Lemes "Azul" (Edson & Hudson) Safe
10
Hellen Caroline "Adoro Amar Você" (Daniel) Safe

Top 9 – Hit Songs[edit]

Men sing hits from female singers and women sing hits from male singers.

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Mello Junior "Agora Eu Já Sei" (Ivete Sangalo) Eliminated
2
Hellen Caroline "Cedo Ou Tarde" (NX Zero) Safe
3
Marjory Porto "Assim Caminha a Humanidade" (Lulu Santos) Bottom 3
4
Higor Rocha "A Lenda" (Sandy & Junior) Safe
5
Karielle Gontijo "Adrenalina" (Luan Santana) Safe
6
Fernanda Portilho "Codinome Beija-Flor" (Cazuza) Safe
7
Henrique Lemes "Deixo" (Ivete Sangalo) Safe
8
Camila Morais "É Preciso Saber Viver" (Roberto Carlos) Safe
9
Elson Junior "Pensando em Você" (Claudia Leitte) Bottom 2

Top 8 – Cheesy Night[edit]

  • Guest Judge: Falcão

Two contestants were eliminated this week.

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Henrique Lemes "Cadê Você?" (Roberta Miranda) Safe
2
Fernanda Portilho "Nem um Toque" (Rosana) Bottom 3
3
Elson Junior "Whisky A Go Go" (Roupa Nova Eliminated
4
Marjory Porto "O Amor e o Poder" (Rosana) Safe
5
Karielle Gontijo "Você Não Me Ensinou a Te Esquecer" (Caetano Veloso) Safe
6
Camila Morais "Borbulhas de Amor" (Fagner) Eliminated
7
Higor Rocha "Aguenta Coração" (José Augusto) Safe
8
Hellen Caroline "Fogo e Paixão" (Wando) Bottom 4

Top 6 – Potpourri[edit]

  • Guest Judge: Marcos & Belutti
Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Fernanda Portilho "Não Deixe o Samba Morrer" / "Gostoso Veneno" (Alcione) Safe
2
Marjory Porto "Linda Demais" / "Meu Universo é Você" (Roupa Nova) Eliminated
3
Higor Rocha "Só Hoje" / "O Sol" (Jota Quest) Bottom 3
4
Hellen Caroline "Cartas Pra Você" / "Apenas Mais Uma..." (Lulu Santos) Bottom 2
5
Karielle Gontijo "Abalou" / "Sá Marina" (Ivete Sangalo) Safe
6
Henrique Lemes "De Tanto Te Querer" / "Amo Noite e Dia" (Jorge & Mateus) Safe

Top 5 – Public Choice / Brazilian Charts[edit]

  • Guest Judge: Fernando & Sorocaba

Each contestant sang two songs.

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Hellen Caroline "Só Você" (Fábio Jr.) Bottom 2
2
Henrique Lemes "Inventor dos Amores" (Gusttavo Lima ft. Jorge & Mateus) Safe
3
Fernanda Portilho "Frisson" (Ivete Sangalo) Eliminated
4
Higor Rocha "Primavera" (Tim Maia) Bottom 3
5
Karielle Gontijo "Evidências" (Chitãozinho & Xororó) Safe
6
Hellen Caroline "Fico Assim Sem Você" (Adriana Calcanhotto) Bottom 2
7
Henrique Lemes "Um Beijo" (Luan Santana) Safe
8
Fernanda Portilho "Mina do Condomínio" (Seu Jorge) Eliminated
9
Higor Rocha "Vou Deixar" (Skank) Bottom 3
10
Karielle Gontijo "Tentativas em Vão" (Bruno & Marrone) Safe

Top 4 – Pop Rock[edit]

Each contestant sang one solo and one duet with a fellow contestant.

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Karielle Gontijo "Eu Quero Sempre Mais" (Ira! ft. Pitty) Eliminated
2
Henrique Lemes Safe
3
Hellen Caroline "Por Enquanto" (Legião Urbana) Bottom 2
4
Higor Rocha "Anna Julia" (Los Hermanos) Safe
5
Karielle Gontijo "Equalize" (Pitty) Eliminated
6
Henrique Lemes "Primeiros Erros" (Capital Inicial) Safe
7
Hellen Caroline "Porque Eu Sei Que é Amor" (Titãs) Bottom 2
8
Higor Rocha Safe

Top 3 – Judge's Choice[edit]

Each contestant sang three songs chosen by: Luiza Possi (1st round), Rick Bonadio (2nd round) and Marco Camargo (3rd round).

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Henrique Lemes "Partida de Futebol" (Skank) Safe
2
Hellen Caroline "Volta Pra Mim" (Roupa Nova) Eliminated
3
Higor Rocha "Me Liga" (Paralamas do Sucesso) Safe
4
Henrique Lemes "Por Te Amar Demais" (Bruno & Marrone) Safe
5
Hellen Caroline "Um Anjo Veio Me Falar" (Rouge) Eliminated
6
Higor Rocha "Lanterna dos Afogados" (Paralamas do Sucesso) Safe
7
Henrique Lemes "Madri" (Fernando & Sorocaba) Safe
8
Hellen Caroline "Chão de Giz" (Elba Ramalho) Eliminated
9
Higor Rocha "Alma Gêmea" (Fábio Jr.) Safe

Top 2 – Winner's Single 1, Season's Best & Winner's Single 2[edit]

Each contestant sang three songs.

Order Contestant Song (Original Artist) Result
1
Henrique Lemes "De Coração" (Everson Matos) Winner
2
Higor Rocha "Fica Combinado Assim" (José Augusto) Runner-Up
3
Henrique Lemes "Madri" (Fernando & Sorocaba) Winner
4
Higor Rocha "Sem Radar" (LS Jack) Runner-Up
5
Henrique Lemes "Fica Combinado Assim" (José Augusto) Winner
6
Higor Rocha "De Coração" (Everson Matos) Runner-Up

Elimination Chart[edit]

Legend
Top 15 Top 10 Winner
Safe Safe First Safe Last Eliminated
Stage: Top 15 Finals
Week: 5/19 5/26 6/2 6/9 6/16 6/23 6/30 7/7 7/14
Place Contestant Result
1 Henrique Lemes Viewers Winner
2 Higor Rocha Viewers Bottom 3 Bottom 3 Runner-Up
3 Hellen Caroline Judges Bottom 4 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Bottom 2 Elim
4 Karielle Gontijo Viewers Elim
5 Fernanda Portilho Judges Bottom 3 Elim
6 Marjory Porto Judges Bottom 3 Elim
7–8 Elson Junior Viewers Bottom 3 Bottom 2 Elim
Camila Morais Judges Bottom 2
9 Mello Junior Judges Elim
10 Raphael Diniz Viewers Elim
11–15 Dani Mota Elim
Jean Vitor
Maynah Faria
Mônica Costa
Rafael Carvalho

Results Night Performances[edit]

Week Performer(s) Title Performance Type
Top 10
Paula Fernandes "Pássaro de Fogo" pre-recorded
performance
"Pra Você"
Top 9
Restart "Pra Você Lembrar" pre-recorded
performance
Top 8
Falcão "I'm Not Dog No" pre-recorded
performance
Top 6
Marcos & Belutti "Sem Me Controlar" pre-recorded
performance
"Dupla Solidão"
Top 5
Fernando & Sorocaba "Madri" pre-recorded
performance
"Teus Segredos"
Top 4
Capital Inicial "Como Se Sente" pre-recorded
performance
"Não Olhe Pra Trás"
Finale
Claudia Leitte "Famo$.a." live performance
"Água"
Top 10 (minus the 2 finalists)
with César Menotti & Fabiano
"Como Um Anjo" live performance
"Ciumenta"
Higor Rocha and
Henrique Lemes
1st Medley: "De Coração",
"Fica Combinado Assim",
"With or Without You"
live performance
Zezé di Camargo & Luciano "Mentes Tão Bem" live performance
2011 Top 5 Girls
with Lulu Santos
"Toda Forma de Amor" live performance
Claudia Leitte "Trilhos Fortes" live performance
Rebelde Cast "Rebelde Para Sempre" live performance
2011 Top 5 Guys
with Claudia Leitte
"Exttravasa" live performance
Lulu Santos 2nd Medley: "Já É", "SOS Solidão"
"Assim Caminha a Humanidade"
live performance
Zezé di Camargo & Luciano "Pra Mudar Minha Vida" live performance
2011 Top 2 Finalists with
Zezé di Camargo & Luciano
"Dou a Vida Por Um Beijo" live performance
"No Dia Em Que Saí de Casa"
Rebelde Cast "Do Jeito Que Eu Sou" live performance
Henrique Lemes "De Coração" live performance

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Com votação recorde, Henrique Lemes é o vencedor de Ídolos" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 16 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "Ídolos 2011: Calendário de Audições" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2011-01-11. 

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