New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
After concluding last Sunday's Blind
Auditions, Coaches Luis Fonsi, Alejandra Guzmán, Carlos
Vives and Wisin
kick-off the Battle
rounds of Telemundo's "La Voz" beginning this Sunday, February 24 at 9pm/8c. During this second phase of the hit singing competition, the Coaches start developing their teams with the help of other music celebrity friends who will join them as Mentors, including Becky G, Christian Nodal, Carlos
Rivera and Prince
Royce. During this phase, each Coach will stage six Battles in the ring, with each Battlepitting two of the Coach's own team members against each other to sing the same song together in front of a studio audience. After each Battle, the Coach will have to make the difficult decision of which of his/her two contestants is the winner and will move on to the last round, known as the Live Shows. Coaches will have two opportunities to "steal," allowing them to prevent a contestant who was eliminated during another Coach's Battle
to go home, and become part of his/her team. Below are teams of Coaches Luis Fonsi, Alejandra Guzmán, Carlos
Vives andWisin, ready for the Battles:
Jeidimar Rijos, 18-year-old Puerto Rican from Dorado, Puerto Rico.
Raymundo Monge Jr., 31-year-old Mexican from South El Monte, California.
Mayre Martinez, 40-year-old Cuban-Venezuelan from Redondo Beach, California.
Kat López, 19-year-old Cuban from Miami, Florida.
Jerry Montañez, 42-year-old Puerto Rican from West Palm Beach, Florida.
Orlando Iturriaga, 30-year-old Cuban from Hicksville, New York.
Neenah Cintrón, 19-year-old Puerto Rican from Weston, Florida.
Deanette Rivas, 27-year-old Venezuelan from Miami, Florida.
Mari Burelle, 33-year-old Cuban-Puerto Rican from Franklin, Tennessee.
Yashira Rodríguez, 22-year-old Puerto Rican from Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Abdiel Pacheco, 27-year-old Puerto Rican from Humacao, Puerto Rico.
Ediberto Carmenatty, 31-year-old Puerto Rican from Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico.
Lizz King, 38-year-old North American living in Puerto Rico from Baltimore, Maryland.
Francisco Gonzalez, 24-year-old Cuban from Miami, Florida.
Génesis Díaz, 20-year-old Cuban from Hialeah, Florida.
Kari Santoyo, 23-year-old Mexican-Puerto Rican from Chicago, Illinois.
Abel Flores, 27-year-old Mexican-Guatemalan from Los Angeles, California.
Adrianna Foster, 32-year-old Mexican from Doral, Florida.
Jonathan Martinez, 29-year-old Colombian from Kendall, Florida.
Elvin Ramos López, 23-year-old Puerto Rican from Loíza, Puerto Rico.
Ivonne Acero, 21-year-old Mexican from Aguila, Arizona.
Dunia Ojeda, 27-year-old Cuban from Miami, Florida.
Sheniel Maisonet, 22-year-old Mexican-Puerto Rican from Homestead, Florida.
Veronica Rodriguez, 19-year-old Puerto Rican from Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.
Lluvia Vega, 30-year-old Mexican from Brownsville, Texas.
Jay Rico, 23-year-old Colombian from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Rubén Sandoval, 21-year-old Mexican from Beldwin Park, California.
Yireh Pizarro, 23-year-old Puerto Rican from Vega Baja, Puerto Rico.
Lebrón, 20-year-old Puerto Rican from Carolina, Puerto Rico.
Ana Senko, 21-year-old Mexican from San Antonio. Texas.
Kemily Corrales, 19-year-old Venezuelan-Cuban from Hialeah, Florida.
Ricardo Malfatti, 46-year-old Velezuelan-Italian from Doral, Florida.
Juan Quiñones, 39-year-old Puerto Rican from West Point, New York.
Mava González, 18-year-old Venezuelan from Coral
Arami, 22-year-old Puerto Rican from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Manny Cabo, 49-year-old Puerto Rican-Uruguayan from Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Alpha Saraí, 22-year-old Puerto Rican from Toa Baja, Puerto Rico.
Ronny Mercedes, 32-year-old Dominican-Honduran from Bronx, New York.
Yailenys Perez, 18-year-old Cuban from Hialeah, Florida.
Uribe, 22-year-old Mexican from San Antonio, Texas.
Elahim David, 28-year-old Venezuelan from Miami, Florida.
Amaro, 38-year-old Mexican from Whittier, California.
Karla Urra, 23-year-old Cuban from Miami, Florida.
Lia La Vecchia, 18-year-old Cuban-Italian from Hialeah, Florida.
Johnny Bliss, 27-year-old Puerto Rican-Dominican from Manhattan, NewYork.
Brisila Barros, 20-year-old Uruguayan from Greenacres, Florida.
Omar Andrés, 25-year-old Mexican from San Antonio, Texas.
Dueñas, 24-year-old Mexican from Los Angeles, California.
After the conclusion of the Battles, "La Voz" kicks off the Live Shows, the last phase where each of the Coaches' team members compete against each other in a series of spectacular individual on-stage performances. This is one of the most exciting phases where viewers will have the exclusive opportunity to vote for their favorite contestants and decide who will be crowned as the first season winner of "La Voz," receiving a $100,000 cash prize and a recording contract with Universal Music
Group to produce, record and commercially release a single.
"La Voz" fans can join Telemundo.com/LaVoz and its Youtube channel along with digital reporter Jessica
Cediel, who brings the latest scoop on the Coaches and contestants from a unique backstage, all-access perspective. The official site also features exclusive interviews, music performances and photo galleries.
Viewers can follow Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @LaVozUS using #LaVozUS, and join all the action of their favorite team with the Coaches hashtags: #TeamFonsi; #TeamGuzman; #TeamVives; and #TeamWisin.
"La Voz" is a production of Telemundo, Talpa Media USA, Inc. and Warner Horizon Unscripted & Alternative Television. The series is created by John de Mol, who serves as executive producer along with Cisco Suárez, EVP of?Primetime Non-Scripted Programming at Telemundo, Stijn Bakkers and Tim van Rongen, Executive Producers for Talpa Media USA, and Macarena Moreno
and Moira Noriega, Executive Producers for NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises.