Telemundo adds mentors to La Voz Kids


Luis Fonsi, Frankie J and Olga Tañon join “La Voz Kids” as musical mentors to coaches Paulina Rubio, Prince Royce and Roberto Tapia’s teams.

The three singers will be coming on board during the battle rounds beginning June 16 at 8 pm ET on Telemundo.

Last Sunday, more than two million viewers tuned in for the fourth episode of the singing competition.

From L to R: Olga Tañon with Roberto Tapia; Luis Fonsi and Paulina Rubio; Frankie J and Prince Royce.

From L to R: Olga Tañon with Roberto Tapia; Luis Fonsi and Paulina Rubio; Frankie J and Prince Royce.

During the Battle Rounds, the celebrity coaches will spend time developing their team of contestants, offer advice and share secrets of their own success, with the help of their respective mentor.  The coaches will select three members of their own teams to compete against each other to sing the same song before a live studio audience.

Paulina Rubio invited Luis Fonsi to help mentor #TeamRubio. Prince Royce chose Frankie J and Roberto Tapia picked Puerto Rican singer Olga Tañon for #TeamTapia.

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One Response to “Telemundo adds mentors to La Voz Kids”

  1. jose rodriguez says:

    Shakira nesesita estar en “La Voz Kids”


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