The minor performed the song “It’s Too Late” by the Mexican artist Ana Gabriel. Nevertheless, did not receive the approval vote of none of the 3 jurors.
The truth was that the participant did not comply with his performance if one takes into account that he had a message prepared for the judges and the television audience of the program.
His speech was intended exalt Soacha, Cundinamarca, the population in which he lives and for which he asked for more opportunities.
Girl from ‘La voz kids’ defended Soacha before juries
The contestant began by introducing herself and showing off her origin, despite the fact that none of the 3 jurors chose her.
“My name is Dania Camila, but I like to be called Mila. I come from Ciudad Verde, Soacha (Cundinamarca), and I feel very proud, a place that has a very bad reputation,” he said.
And he emphasized: “They say that those over there are very fierce and things like that.”
The judges laughed at her comment, but she was not overshadowed: “But it is the truth”.
Then, he explained the reality of his city: “What they don’t know is that poverty makes many people fall into delinquency and drug addiction. So it’s very difficult to get out of it.”
It was like that was set as an example of overcoming “There are people who take you on a good path. Like me, I have my music teacher and that makes me very proud”.
Lastly, he asked Andrés Cepeda, Kany García and Nacho to go to visit the people of your town, what the 3 accepted, but without clarifying when.
“Soacha is very talented, what happens is that he doesn’t have the opportunities. I have come to propose something to you: one day you could go to Soacha and teach a vocal, dance, or whatever workshop, not only to help children and young people, but also adults,” he said before leaving.
On video, the words of the girl (minute 2:00):