Latin American Idol (season 4)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Latin American Idol (Season 4))
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Latin American Idol
Season 4
Broadcast fromSeptember 9, 2009
JudgesJon Secada, Mimí, Oscar Mediavilla
Host(s)Erika de la Vega

The fourth season of Latin American Idol premiered on September 9, 2009. This season brings new changes as host Monchi Balestra and judge Gustavo Sánchez leave the show. The show was hosted by Erika de la Vega, judges Jon Secada and Mimi return to judge once again and a new judge joins them, Oscar Mediavilla, an Argentine producer.[1]

The auditions for Season 4 were on July 2009. There was a form to fill in the Latin American Idol MySpace site to try for auditions for 2009. Auditioners had to be between the ages of 18 to 28 by August 1, 2009.

Audition dates and places for Season 4 were:

Top 12 finalists[edit]

Dominican Republic Martha Heredia - Winner
  1. "Oye" (Beyoncé) - Second Workshop
  2. "Clavado en un bar" (Maná) - First Concert
  3. "Dejame ir" (Paty Cantú) - Second Concert
  4. "Déjame llorar" (Ricardo Montaner) - Third Concert
  5. "En Cambio No" (Laura Pausini) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Te Quiero" (Nigga) - 5th Concert
  7. "Burbujas de Amor" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
  8. "La llave de mi corazón" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
  9. "Lloro por ti" (Enrique Iglesias) - 7th Concert
  10. "Colgando en tus manos" (Carlos Baute and Marta Sánchez) - 7th Concert
  11. "Lagrimas Negras" (Celia Cruz) - 8th Concert
  12. "Y Volvere" (Los Ángeles Negros) - 8th Concert
  13. "Soy Rebelde" (Jeannette) - 9th Concert
  14. "Oye!" (Beyoncé) - 9th Concert
  15. "Musica" (written for the show) - 9th Concert
Costa Rica Eduardo Aguirre - Runner-up (12/10/2009)
  1. "Yo Queria" (Cristian Castro) - First Workshop
  2. "Azul" (Cristian Castro) - First Concert - Btm 6
  3. "Coleccionista De Canciones" (Camila) - Second Concert
  4. "La Soledad" (Laura Pausini) - Third Concert
  5. "Atado a tu Amor" (Chayanne) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Te Amo" (Makano) - 5th Concert
  7. "La hormiguita"(Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
  8. "Las avispas"(Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
  9. "Odio por Amor"(Juanes) - 7th Concert
  10. "Besos Faciles"(Sonohra) - 7th Concert
  11. "No Tengo Dinero"(Juan Gabriel) - 8th Concert
  12. "Yo Soy Aquel" (Raphael) - 8th Concert
  13. "Musica" (written for the show) - 9th Concert
  14. "La Soledad" (Laura Pausini) - 9th Concert
  15. "Soy Rebelde" (Jeannette) - 9th Concert
Chile Ruben Álvarez - Eliminated (12/03/2009)
  1. "Si tu me miras" (Alejandro Sanz) - First Workshop
  2. "Oye el Boom" (David Bisbal) - First Concert
  3. "A Quién Tu Decidiste Amar" (Sandoval) - Second Concert
  4. "La Bomba" (Ricky Martin) - Third Concert
  5. "Me Huele a Soledad" (MDO) - Fourth Concert - Btm 3
  6. "En la disco" (Tito El Bambino) - 5th Concert
  7. "Cuando Te Beso" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
  8. "La Travesía" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert - Btm 3
  9. "No veo la Hora" (Noel Schajris) - 7th Concert
  10. "Esclavo de tus besos" (David Bisbal) - 7th Concert
  11. "Mas que tu amigo" (Marco Antonio Solís) - 8th Concert
  12. "Hace Calor" (Los Rodríguez) - 8th Concert
Venezuela Sara Bellomo - Eliminated (11/26/2009)
  1. "Lloviendo estrellas" (Cristian Castro) - Second Workshop
  2. "Cenizas" (Barbara Muñoz) - First Concert
  3. "Y Yo Sigo Aqui" (Paulina Rubio) - Second Concert - Btm 5
  4. "Azúcar Amargo" (Fey) - Third Concert - Btm 3
  5. "En su Lugar" (Yuridia) - Fourth Concert - Btm 3
  6. "Perdoname" (La Factoría) - 5th Concert
  7. "Bachata rosa" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
  8. "Ojala que llueva Café" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert - Btm 3
  9. "Causa y Efecto" (Paulina Rubio) - 7th Concert
  10. "Recuérdame" (La 5ª Estación) - 7th Concert
Ecuador Fernando Lara- Eliminated (11/19/2009)
  1. "Mientes tan bien" (Sin Bandera) - First Workshop
  2. "Dame tu amor" (Luis Miguel) - First Concert
  3. "Mil demonios" (Moderatto) - Second Concert
  4. "Tratar de estar mejor" (Diego Torres) - Third Concert
  5. "Quisiera" (Alejandro Fernández) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Mayor que yo" (Wisin & Yandel) - 5th Concert
  7. "La Bilirrubina" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
  8. "Estrellita y Duendes" (Juan Luis Guerra) - 6th Concert
Peru Lady Balarezo - Eliminated (11/12/2009)
  1. "Otro amor vendrá" (Lara Fabian) - Second Workshop
  2. "Y Basta ya" (Olga Tañón) - First Concert
  3. "Adelante Corazon" (Daniela Romo) - Second Concert - Btm 4
  4. "Mi Historia Entre tus Dedos" (Gianluca Grignani) - Third Concert' (the best)
  5. "Para vivir un gran amor" (Cacho Castaña) - Fourth Concert
  6. "Morire" (La Factoría) - 5th Concert
Mexico Rolando López - Eliminated (11/5/2009)
  1. "Gotas de Agua Dulce" (Juanes) - First Workshop
  2. "Bendita tu luz" - (Maná) - First Concert - Btm 5
  3. "Dime Ven" - (Motel) - Second Concert - Btm 3
  4. "De Música Ligera" - (Soda Stereo) - Third Concert - Btm 2
  5. "Cuando Seas Mía" - (Son by Four) - Fourth Concert
Paraguay Tania Meyer - Eliminated (10/29/2009)
  1. "La maldita primavera" (Yuri) - Second Workshop
  2. "Dime que no" (Ricardo Arjona) - First Concert - Btm 3
  3. "Espacio Sideral" (Jesse & Joy) - Second Concert
  4. "Estoy Aqui" (Shakira) - Third Concert
Costa Rica Johan Estrada - Eliminated (10/22/2009)
  1. "Mil Horas" (Andrés Calamaro) - First Workshop
  2. "Quién Me Ha Robado El Mes De Abril"" (Joaquín Sabina) - First Concert - Btm 4
  3. "Te soñe" (Aleks Syntek) - Second Concert
Colombia Osvaldo Conde- Eliminated (10/22/2009)
  1. "Usted no sabe" (Alexandre Pires) - First Workshop
  2. "Imparable" (Tommy Torres) - First Concert
  3. "Que vida la mia" (Reik) - Second Concert
Argentina Ana Paula Rodriguez - Eliminated (10/15/2009)
  1. "Esta Ausencia" (David Bisbal) - Second Workshop
  2. "Para Llorar" (Ricardo Montaner) - First Concert
Mexico Sol Vargas - Eliminated (10/15/2009)
  1. "No soy una señora" (Melissa) - Second Workshop
  2. "Fuego contra fuego" (Ricky Martín) - First Concert

Weekly Themes[edit]

  • Week 1 (October 14) - My Idol
  • Week 2 (October 21) - Mexican Pop
  • Week 3 (October 28) - Hits from the 90s
  • Week 4 (November 4) - Telenovela Openings
  • Week 5 (November 11) - Reggaeton
  • Week 6 (November 18) - Juan Luis Guerra
  • Week 7 (November 25) - Top 5 Hits
  • Week 8 (December 2) - Renewed Hits of Latin Music

Top 20 (Semifinals)[edit]

The Top 20 semifinalists were announced on September 24, 2009 at the end of the Theater Round. The format for the semifinals workshops this season will change having 10 male semifinalists and 10 female semifinalists who will sing in 2 separate rounds by gender, were the Top 5 from each gender will get through to the Finals. The guys will perform on September 30, and the girls on October 7 with results show on the following night. The names of the semifinalists are:

Elimination Chart[edit]

Legend
Did Not Perform Female Male Top 20 Top 12 Winner
Safe
First Save
Second Save
Last Save
Eliminated
Stage: Semi-Finals Finals
Week: 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25 12/2 12/9
Place Contestant Result
1 Dominican Republic Martha Heredia Top 5 Winner
2 Costa Rica Eduardo Aguirre Top 5 Btm 6 Runner up
3 Chile Rubén Álvarez Top 5 Btm 3 Btm 3 Elim
4 Venezuela Sara Bellomo Top 5 Btm 5 Btm 3 Btm 3 Btm 3 Elim
5 Ecuador Fernando Lara Top 5 Elim
6 Peru Lady Balarezo Top 5 Btm 4 Elim
7 Mexico Rolando López Top 5 Btm 5 Btm 3 Btm 2 Elim
8 Paraguay Tania Meyer Top 5 Btm 3 Elim
9-10 Costa Rica Johan Estrada Top 5 Btm 4 Elim
Colombia Osvaldo Conde Saved
11-12 Argentina Ana Paula Rodriguez Saved Elim
Mexico Sol Vargas Top 5
Semi-
Final 2
Venezuela Ariana Dao Elim
Honduras Claudia González
Mexico Carmen Guillén
El Salvador Karla Cubias
Semi-
Final 1
Argentina Jonatan Fruto Elim
Mexico Héctor Castillo
Venezuela Wilker Cartaya

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Season 3 (2008)
Latin American Idol
Season 4 (2009)
Succeeded by
none