‘La Voz Kids’ Season 2 Blind Auditions Week 2 Recap: 8 More Singing Children Chosen; Find Out Here!

The blind auditions continue on "La Voz Kids" Season 2 with singing hopefuls singing before the coaches for a spot on their team. The Telemundo singing competition hosted by Daisy Fuentes and Jorge Bernal has Prince Royce, Roberto Tapia and Natalia Jiménez as coaches assembling a team to go up against each other and have the winning voice. At the end of this first stage each team will have 18 singers that will be pitted against each other in the Battle Rounds that will then lead up to the live shows round. Last week eight singers got pushed forward to the second round, and this week eight more will have the opportunity to continue in the contest.

Prince Royce wants to continue reigning "La Voz Kids" and is creating another winning team adding three more voices, with a total of six members. Yarel Padilla (13) from Ensenada, Puerto Rico. The young singer who likes Bachata was clearly overwhelmed when Prince Royce finally turned his chair just before the end of his performance. He feels fortunate to participate in the competition, since due to a serious problem with his ​​vocal cords; he was not able to sing for some time. He conquered the odds thanks to the support of his family, especially his grandmother. Daniela Ramos (11) from Hallandale Beach, Florida. She likes to sing pop music and her biggest influence is her brother, with whom she shares the love of music. With just 30 seconds left to finish her performance, the three coaches turned simultaneously, and she chose Royce. Angelito Garcia (7) from Rowland Heights, California. The Regional Mexican singer came with his older brother Luis. He states that when he sings, the girls go crazy! All three coaches loved the emotion in his voice, but Prince Royce was the only one to press his button and took the young contestant to his team.

Roberto Tapia added to female participants to his team that now consists of five members. April Cisneros (8) from Las Vegas, Nevada. The cheerful Regional Mexican singer who has been singing since she was only one-years-old was the first to perform and got a standing ovation from the Coaches. April commented that if she wins, it would be as if her father would have also won, because his dream was to become a famous singer. While Natalia likened her voice, Tapia won her over. Ruby Saavedra (11) from Rosenberg, Texas. The Regional Mexican singer comes from a musical family and received a standing ovation from all three coaches. Though Natalia was the first one to press the button, after a very heated battle among the Coaches, she joined #TeamTapia.

Natalia Jimenez added three singers to her team that consists of five now. Danielle Rubio (12) from Rolling Hills, California. The young singer, who is proud of her Mexican roots lives with her grandparents, and is passionate about “Jaripeo” (singing on a horse). She caused another fierce battle between the Coaches. Luis Garcia (14) from Rowland Heights, California. He loves Regional Mexican music just like his little brother Angelito Garcia (#TeamRoyce). Prince Royce and Natalia both turned during his performance, but he opted for Natalia. Jaitza Gonzalez (14) from Arecibo, Puerto Rico. The girl who loves Tropical music and believes that music has power and gives life, couldn’t hold back tears at the end of her emotional performance, conquering Tapia’s heart. She got all three Coaches on their feet, but after singing with Natalia, she became part or her team. "La Voz Kids" airs Sundays at 8/7c p.m. on Telemundo.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.