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Latin American Idol (season 4)

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Broadcast from  September 9, 2009
Host(s)  Erika De la Vega
Judges  Jon Secada, Mimí, Oscar Mediavilla

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 will be hosted just by Erika De la Vega, judges Jon Secada and Mimi return to judge one again and a new judge joins them, Oscar Mediavilla, an Argentine producer.

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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:

  • July 4, 2009 - Argentina
  • July 11, 2009 - Venezuela
  • July 18, 2009 - Mexico
  • July 25, 2009 - Costa Rica
  • Weekly Themes

  • 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)

    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:

    References

    Latin American Idol (season 4) Wikipedia


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