Latin American Idol (season 3)

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The auditions for Season 3 started in March 2008, as in auditions for the previous seasons. There was a form to fill in the Latin American Idol official site to try for auditions for 2008.

Auditions dates and cities for Season 3 were:

Top 12 (dark green), Top 30 (green) and Top 95 (light green)

Season 3 premiered on Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 9 pm in Sony Entertainment Television, with the auditions from Mexico. As American Idol and Canadian Idol, it also start using the new intro sequence. Episodes from Venezuela's and Argentina's auditions were broadcast on June 25 and June 26 respectively. Episodes from Colombia's and Panamá's auditions were broadcast on July 2 and July 3 respectively. Theatre Stage episodes were aired on July 9 and July 10, with the Top 30 being announced at the end of July 10 episode. Semifinals Episodes started on July 16. Finals Episodes started on August 13.

Top 12 Finalists[edit]

Panama Margarita Henríquez - Winner - (10/09/2008)
  1. "El Mundo Que Soñé" (Laura Pausini) - First Workshop
  2. "Amigos, Simplemente Amigos" (Ana Gabriel) - First Concert
  3. "Por Amarte" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  4. "Decisiones" (Rubén Blades) - Third Concert
  5. "Cuídate" (La Oreja de Van Gogh) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Yo Sobreviviré" (Gloria Gaynor) - Fifth Concert
  7. "Cariño" (Jennifer Lopez) - Sixth Concert
  8. "En Mi Corazon Viviras" (Phill Collins) - Sixth Concert
  9. "Ojos De Cielo" (El sueño de Morfeo) - Seventh Concert
  10. "El Universo Sobre Mí" (Amaral) - Seventh Concert
  11. "Un buen perdedor" (Franco de Vita) - Eight Concert
  12. "Que será" (José Feliciano) - Eight Concert
  13. "Abre tu Corazón" (Written for the show) - Ninth Concert
  14. "El Mundo Que Soñé" (Laura Pausini) - Ninth Concert
  15. "Vuela" (Written for the show) - Ninth Concert
Costa Rica María José Castillo - Runner-up - (10/09/2008)
  1. "Sin Ti" (Mariah Carey; Spanish version by Ricardo Montaner) - Third Workshop
  2. "Dame Un Beso" (Yuri) - First Concert
  3. "Mentiroso" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  4. "A Puro Dolor" (Son By Four) - Third Concert
  5. "Cinco Minutos" (Gloria Trevi) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Mamma Mia" (ABBA) - Fifth Concert
  7. "Genio Atrapado" (Christina Aguilera) - Sixth Concert
  8. "Yo Te Voy a Amar" (N Sync) - Sixth Concert
  9. "Hijo De La Luna" (Mecano) - Seventh Concert
  10. "Sobreviviré" (Mónica Naranjo) - Seventh Concert
  11. "A quien le importa" (Thalía) - Eight Concert
  12. "A mi manera" (Paul Anka; Spanish version by María Martha Serra Lima) - Eight Concert
  13. "Vuela" (Written for the show) - Ninth Concert
  14. "Sobreviviré" (Mónica Naranjo) - Ninth Concert
  15. "Abre tu Corazón" (Written for the show) - Ninth Concert
Peru Sandra Muente - Eliminated (10/02/2008)
  1. "Si Ya Se Acabó" (Jennifer Lopez) - Second Workshop
  2. "Yo No Te Pido La Luna" (Daniela Romo) - First Concert
  3. "¿Dónde Están Corazón?" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  4. "Quiero Decirte Que Te Amo" (Laura Pausini) - Third Concert
  5. "Cama De Rosas" (Bon Jovi) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Si Tu Eres Mi Hombre" (La India) - Fifth Concert
  7. "Matandome Suavemente" (Roberta Flack) - Sixth Concert
  8. "Imprecindible" (Beyoncé) - Sixth Concert
  9. "Desesperada" (Marta Sanchez) - Seventh Concert
  10. "Todo Irá Bien" (Chenoa) - Seventh Concert
  11. "Si no te hubieras ido" (Marco Antonio Solís) - Eight Concert
  12. "Vivir sin aire" (Maná) - Eight Concert
Mexico Pako Madrid - Eliminated (10/02/2008)
  1. "Canta Corazón" (Alejandro Fernández) - Third Workshop
  2. "El Alma En Pie" (Chenoa & David Bisbal) - Wildcard Workshop
  3. "Fiesta En América" (Chayanne) - First Concert
  4. "Si Tú Te Vas" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  5. "Abriendo Puertas" (Gloria Estefan) - Third Concert
  6. "Si Sé Que Te Tengo A Tí" (Nek) - Fourth Concert
  7. "Bamboleiro" (Julio Iglesias) - Fifth Concert
  8. "Ser Mejor" (Robbie Williams) - Sixth Concert
  9. "Corazon Destrozado" (Bonnie Tyler) - Sixth Concert
  10. "Aunque No Te Pueda Ver" (Alex Ubago) - Seventh Concert
  11. "Ave María" (David Bisbal) - Seventh Concert
  12. "Mi bando toca el rock" (Menudo) - Eight Concert
  13. "América" (Nino Bravo) - Eight Concert
Panama Manuel Arauz - Eliminated (09/18/2008)
  1. "Si Tú Supieras" (Alejandro Fernández) - Second Workshop
  2. "La Incondicional" (Luis Miguel) - First Concert
  3. "Nunca Te Olvidaré" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  4. "Como Me Mira" (Fonseca) - Third Concert
  5. "Perfidia" (Los Rabanes) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Torre De Babel" (David Bisbal ft. Wisin & Yandel) - Fifth Concert
  7. "Todo Lo Que Hago, Lo Hago Por Ti" (Bryan Adams) - Sixth Concert
  8. "Solo Rock And Roll" (Los Piojos) - Sixth Concert
Nicaragua José Manuel Espinoza - Eliminated (09/11/2008)
  1. "Vuelve" (Reik) - First Workshop
  2. "Perdóname" (Camilo Sesto) - First Concert
  3. "Alguien Soy Yo" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  4. "Que Alguien Me Diga" (Gilberto Santa Rosa) - Third Concert
  5. "Si Estamos Juntos" (Sting) - Fourth Concert
  6. "La Cosa Del Sol Naciente" (The Animals) - Fifth Concert
Peru Nicole Pillman - Eliminated (09/04/2008)
  1. "Escucha A Tu Corazón" (Laura Pausini) - Third Workshop
  2. "Aquellas Pequeñas Cosas" - (Joan Manuel Serrat) - First Concert
  3. "Héroe" - (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  4. "No Llores" (Gloria Estefan) - Third Concert
  5. "Como Tú" (Jaguares) - Fourth Concert
Argentina Manuel Salas - Eliminated (08/28/2008)
  1. "Dime Si Él" (Ricardo Arjona) - Third Workshop
  2. "¿Por Qué Es Tan Cruel El Amor?" (Ricardo Arjona) - First Concert
  3. "Esperanza" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
  4. "La Ventanita" (Sergio Vargas) - Third Concert
Venezuela Raquel Bustamante - Eliminated (08/21/2008)
  1. "Me Va A Extrañar" (Ricardo Montaner) - Second Workshop
  2. "Tú" (Shakira) - Wildcard Workshop
  3. "A Punto De Caramelo" (Melissa) - First Concert
  4. "Ruleta Rusa" (Enrique Iglesias) - Second Concert
Chile Francisca Silva- Eliminated (08/14/2008)
  1. "La Paz De Tus Ojos" (La Oreja de Van Gogh) - Third Workshop
  2. "Ahora Quién" (Marc Anthony) - Wildcard Workshop
  3. "Atado A Un Sentimiento" (Miguel Mateos) - First Concert
Panama Anne Lorain Lanier - Eliminated (08/14/2008)
  1. "Amor A Medias" (Ha-Ash) - Second Workshop
  2. "Rayando El Sol" (Maná) - First Concert
Mexico Jesús Pardo - Eliminated (08/14/2008)
  1. "Qué Lástima" (Alejandro Fernández) - First Workshop
  2. "Marta Tiene Un Marcapasos" (Hombres G) - First Concert

Weekly Themes[edit]

  • Week 1 (August 13) - Songs from the 80s
  • Week 2 (August 20) - Songs by Enrique Iglesias
  • Week 3 (August 27) - Tropical Songs
  • Week 4 (September 3) - Rock with Pop influences
  • Week 5 (September 10) - Disco Songs
  • Week 6 (September 17) - Spanish Versions of American Songs
  • Week 7 (September 24) - Spanish Songs
  • Week 8 (October 1) - Remakes
  • Week 9 (October 8) - Songs Written for the Show

Performers on results shows[edit]

Elimination chart[edit]

Margarita Henriquez, winner of the Latin American Idol 2008.

Semi-finalists are in alphabetical order by last name, and finalists by reverse chronological order of elimination.

Stage: Semi-Finals Wild
Card
Finals
Week:
7/16
7/23
7/30
8/6
8/13
8/20
8/27
9/4
9/11
9/18
9/25
10/2
10/9
Place Contestant Result
1 Panama Margarita Henriquez Top 12 Winner
2 Costa Rica Maria José Castillo Top 12 Runner-up
3-4 Peru Sandra Muente Top 12 Btm 6 Elim
Mexico Pako Madrid Elim Top 12 Btm 6 Btm 4 Btm 3
5 Panama Manuel Arauz Top 12 Elim
6 Nicaragua José Manuel Espinoza Top 12 Btm 4 Btm 3 Elim
7 Peru Nicole Pillman Top 12 Elim
8 Argentina Manuel Salas Top 12 Btm 6 Btm 4 Elim
9 Venezuela Raquel Bustamante Elim Top 12 Elim
10-12 Chile Francisca Silva Elim Top 12 Elim
Panama Anne Lorain Lanier Top 12
Mexico Jesús Pardo Top 12
Wild
Card
Chile Licetty Alfaro Elim Elim
Argentina Eliana Berreta Elim
Mexico Karina Catalán Elim
Venezuela Ariana Dao Bolivar Elim
Mexico Monserrath Franco Elim
Colombia Yina Gallego Elim
Semi-
Final 3
Mexico Rodrigo Arizpe Elim
Chile Daniela Cevallos
Argentina Vanessa Leiro
Mexico Carlos Quezada
Semi-
Final 2
Colombia Juan David Becerra Elim
Colombia Osvaldo Conde
Mexico Andrea Ponce
Venezuela Iván Torcates
Semi-
Final 1
Venezuela Sinahí Méndez Elim
Colombia Kelly Ojeda
Mexico Ricardo Rosas
Chile Rodrigo Tapia
  • As of the first three concerts, the "Bottom" contestants were not directly mentioned. Instead, this chart shows the contestants who weren't called "Saved" at the moment of declaring the eliminated contestant(s) on each concert. The contestants that don't appear as "Bottom" on a specific date were announced as "Safe" before another contestant(s) was/were announced "Eliminated".*
  • On the seventh concert results show, the producers decided to send the four remaining finalists to their respective countries without making the ordinary elimination. Host Monchi Balestra announced that the votes of the seventh and eighth concerts would be merged, so the bottom two contestants would be eliminated on October 2 and the other two would pass to the final week.

Workshops[edit]

First Workshop[edit]

  1. Venezuela Sinahi Mendez - "Volveré" (Jesse & Joy)
  2. Venezuela Ariana Dao Bolivar - "El Tiempo Que Duró Nuestro Amor" (Cristian Castro) (Wildcard)
  3. Chile Rodrigo Tapia - "Dejame Ser Yo" (Luis Fonsi)
  4. Colombia Kelly Ojeda - "Un Día Sin Ti" (Roxette)
  5. Nicaragua José Manuel Espinoza - "Vuelve" (Reik) (Finalist)
  6. Panama Margarita Henriquez - "El Mundo Que Soñé" (Laura Pausini) (Finalist)
  7. Chile Licetty Alfaro - "No Hay Forma De Pedir Perdón" (Pedro Aznar) (Wildcard)
  8. Mexico Jesús Pardo - "Que Lástima" (Alejandro Fernández) (Finalist)
  9. Mexico Monserrath Franco - "Perdición" (La Quinta Estación) (Wildcard)
  10. Mexico Ricardo Rosas - "No Importa La Distancia" (Ricky Martin)

Second Workshop[edit]

  1. Colombia Osvaldo Conde - "Que no me Pierda" (Diego Torres)
  2. Argentina Eliana Berreta - "Lo Que Son Las Cosas" (Ednita Nazario) (Wildcard)
  3. Venezuela Iván Torcartés - "Antes" (Obie Bermúdez)
  4. Panama Anne Lorain Lanier - "Amor A Medias" (Ha-Ash) (Finalist)
  5. Colombia Juan David Becerra - "Regresa A Mi" (Yuridia)
  6. Mexico Andrea Ponce - "Me Entrego A Ti" (Ha-Ash)
  7. Mexico Karina Catalán - "¿Quién Eres Tú?" (Yuri) (Wildcard)
  8. Panama Manuel Arauz - "Si Tu Supieras" (Alejandro Fernández) (Finalist)
  9. Peru Sandra Muente - "Si Ya Se Acabó" (Jennifer Lopez) (Finalist)
  10. Venezuela Raquel Bustamante - "Me Va A Extrañar" (Ricardo Montaner) (Wildcard)

Third Workshop[edit]

  1. Argentina Vanesa Leiro - "Atrévete" (Chenoa)
  2. Costa Rica María José Castillo - "Sin Ti" (Mariah Carey) (Finalist)
  3. Mexico Rodrigo Arizpe - "Sueña" (Luis Miguel)
  4. Chile Francisca Silva - "La Paz De Tus Ojos" (La Oreja De Van Gogh) (Wildcard)
  5. Peru Nicole Pillman - "Escucha A Tu Corazón" (Laura Pausini) (Finalist)
  6. Chile Daniela Cevallos - "Él Me Mintió" (Amanda Miguel)
  7. Argentina Manuel Salas - "Dime Si Él" (Ricardo Arjona) (Finalist)
  8. Colombia Yina Gallego - "Te Busco" (Celia Cruz) (Wildcard)
  9. Mexico Carlos Quezada - "El Amor Que Soñé" (Mariah Carey)
  10. Mexico Pako Madrid - "Canta Corazón" (Alejandro Fernández) (Wildcard)

Wildcard Workshop[edit]

  1. Venezuela Raquel Bustamante - "Tú" (Shakira) (Finalist)
  2. Mexico Monserrath Franco - "El Sol No Regresa" (La Quinta Estación)
  3. Venezuela Ariana Dao Bolivar - "Reloj" (Luis Miguel)
  4. Chile Francisca Silva - "Ahora Quien" (Marc Anthony) (Finalist)
  5. Argentina Eliana Berreta - "Sola Otra Vez" (Celine Dion)
  6. Chile Licetty Alfaro - "Miénteme" (Bárbara Muñoz)
  7. Mexico Karina Catalán - "Pienso En Ti" (Adrianna Foster)
  8. Colombia Yina Gallego - "Malo" (Bebe)
  9. Mexico Pako Madrid - "El Alma En Pie" (Chenoa & David Bisbal) (Finalist)

Top 95 (Golden Tickets)[edit]

All the winners of Golden Tickets went to the Theatre Stage on Buenos Aires, Argentina. Episodes of this stage were broadcast on July 9 and July 10. On July 10 with the final cuts made, the group of seminalists for this season was revealed.

Mexico Mexico[edit]

The contestants left out of the semi finals from México's auditions were:

Venezuela Venezuela[edit]

The contestants left out of the semi finals from Venezuela's auditions were:

  • Maria Elena Rodríguez López, 16, Miranda, Venezuela
  • Oscar León Oropeza, 18, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Juliana Douaihy Viso, 21, Valencia, Venezuela
  • Dervis Pérez Rojas, 20, Carora, Venezuela
  • Gabriela Puche Parra, 22, Valencia, Venezuela
  • Daniela Rizquez Ron, 21, Caracas Venezuela
  • Juan Alejandro Medici Díaz, 26, Falcón, Venezuela
  • Ariana Velasco Salas, 19, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Richard Alejandro Núñez Rojas, 26, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Paola Andrea Murillo Barrios, 20, Barquisimeto, Venezuela
  • Sherezade Valentiner Cuesta, 18, Miranda, Venezuela
  • Marianella Rojas Mata, 18, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Atef Habib Pollino, 16, Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela
  • Rossana Cavallina León, 20, Guarico, Venezuela
  • Josué Eduardo García González, 25, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Eugenio Keller Puente, 18, Caracas, Venezuela
  • María Elena Planchart Mendoza, 26, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Romina Gabriela Luis Rodriguez, 21, Maracay, Venezuela

Argentina Argentina[edit]

The contestants left out of the semi finals from Argentina's auditions were:

  • Rodrigo Tapia González, 21, La Calera, Chile - (Former Rojo Fama Contrafama contestant)
  • Bárbara Sodor, 18, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Juan Pablo Schapira, 18, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Marcela Von der Walde, 21, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Marianella Giangreco, 20, Salta, Argentina
  • Sofía Macchi, 16, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Daniela Sciancalepore, 17, Buenos Aires Argentina
  • Mariana Geraldine Ojeda Tulián, 16, Buenos Aires Argentina
  • Daniela Valeska Cevallos Bravo, 19, Santiago, Chile - (Former Rojo Fama Contrafama contestant)
  • Arnaldo Peralta, 20, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Pablo Cúndalo, 22, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Rodrigo Massa Moreira Da Silva, 22, São Paulo, Brazil
  • Giovanna Salinas Córdova, 26, Lima, Peru

Colombia Colombia[edit]

The contestants left out of the semi finals from Colombia's auditions were:

  • Xihomara Cáceres Ortiz, 21, Bucaramanga, Colombia
  • Carolina Granda Saona, 19, Quito, Ecuador
  • Yoser Ruiz Aguilera, 21, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Luis Fabián Peña Villarreal, 22, Barranquilla, Colombia
  • Melissa Mejía Flomín, 26, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Kavir Sánchez Amorocho, 25, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Yesid Eduardo Uribe Ordóñez, 21, Bucaramanga, Colombia
  • Paul Tamayo Caviedes, 26, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Luis Gabriel Cano Valencia, 26, Medellín, Colombia
  • Mónica Castillo Cabeza, 26, Colombia
  • José Manrique Mazuera, 18, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
  • Estefanía Varela Madrid, 16, Medellín, Colombia
  • Sebastián Larrañaga Arboleda, 26, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Jaime Rojas Buitrago, 22, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
  • Sandra Saa Morales, 22, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Juan Manuel Medina Valencia, 24, Bogotá, Colombia
  • Carlos Mario Kandia García, 17, Bogotá, Colombia

Panama Panamá[edit]

The contestants left out of the semi finals from Panamá's auditions were:

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Season 2 (2007)
Latin American Idol
Season 3 (2008)
Succeeded by
Season 4 (2009)