'La Voz Kids' Season 2 Winner
The emotions were high, the moment was tense, but it was all worth it for one singing hopeful on "La Voz Kids." Find out who won Season 2 of the Telemundo reality show here! Telemundo

The Season 2 winner of "La Voz Kids" on Telemundo is... Amanda Mena from Team Royce. After weeks of blind auditions, spinning chairs and battle rounds, Amanda was crowned the winner and conserving Prince Royce's second consecutive win as coach. It was revealed that each of the finalists would fin $10,000 cash, courtesy of the sponsoring auto maker, aside from their recording contract and $50,000 scholarship. The all female finalists were Top 3 finalists were: Leslie Mendoza (Team Natalia), Amanda Mena (Team Royce) and Natalia Loya (Team Tapia). These three girls were chosen by the public out of the 6 that started off the night. Each of the teams headed by Natalia Jimenez, Prince Royce and Roberto Tapia. lost one team member. Successful acts in the entertainment industry were featured during the telecast like David Bisbal, Calibre 50 and Gabriel Coronel as some of the special guests supporting the uprising careers of these young artists. What do you think of the winner?

Team Natalia was up first with Yanelis Rivera performing her rendition of the Shakira's hit song "Nunca Me Acuerdo De Olvidarte" and Leslie Mendoza performed a ranchera song called "Me Equivoqué Contigo" to favorable reviews. To ease some tension, Roberto Tapia took the stage to premiere his song "Mi Niña." The voting public saved Leslie, eliminating Yanelis from the Top 3. Team Royce was up next with Dorothy Milary singing "Applause" followed by Amanda Mena with Ariana Grande's "Problem." Calibre 50 came on stage to calm nerves premiering their new single "Tus Latidos." The tension came back to the stage when the faith of one of the performers was decided by the viewers, with Amanda headed to the final and Dorothy having to say goodbye to the show.

Finally it was Team Tapia's turn with Abril Cisneros singing "Te Regalo La Lluvia" followed by Natalia Loya singing "Golpes En El Corazón." The viewers at home favored Natalia, with Abril losing out and abandoning the competition. David Bisbal took the stage to sing his new single "10 Mil Maneras" in front of a hyper audience. Bisbal is part of "La Voz" family as he's been coach of the Spanish version as well as "La Voz México." David knows how important shows like these are to aspiring singers as his career started in a talent show like this in his native country of Spain. The "Ave María" singer didn't win his season, but it goes to show you that you don't need to win to be successful.

Team Natalia headed into the finale with Natalia saving Leslie Mendoza, from Bensenville, Illinois and the audience pick Yanelis Rivera, from Lares, Puerto Rico. Team Tapia had Abril Cisneros, from Las Vegas, Nevada, who he saved during the semi-finale and the audience voted Natalia Loya, from Downey, California. Team Royce had Dorothy Milary from Caguas, Puerto Rico and audience picked Amanda Mena from Lynn, Massachusetts. After weeks of blind auditions, battles and chair spinning these were the kids that headed into the final with their dreams and hopes on the line. The final phase of "La Voz Kids" has been extremely intense as 6 kids have been eliminated from each show. Not only have the decisions been hard on the coaches, but seeing the singing hopefuls have their dreams crushed. For the finale the coaches have lost their power and it will be up to the viewing audience to pick their winner who will be awarded with a recording contract and a cash prize to support their education.

Telemundo already has on deck the reality show replacing "La Voz Kids" and it's a beauty pageant. Miss Latina Universo" is getting ready to rock the beauty pageant reality shows as we know it. Telemundo announced it will premiere the first-ever reality show in television history to send its winner to the most watched beauty pageant in the world, Miss Universe. The Sunday show will be hosted by "Un Nuevo Día" personality Rashel Díaz and former "Despierta America" host Raúl González. Four judges will conform the panel of "Miss Latina Universo" on Telemundo. The reality show that will have Latinas across the U.S. competing for the ultimate prize of a spot in the Miss Universe pageant will feature Chiquis Rivera, former Miss Universe Bárbara Palacios, the director of People En Español magazine Armando Correa and Poty, former "Mira Quien Baila" choreographer.

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