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Who was the fourth winner of La Academia?

Who was the fourth winner of La Academia?

Yuridia, Adrian, Cynthia, Erasmo, Edgar and Silvia reached the finale held on July 3, 2005. Yuridia Gaxiola Flores was declared the fourth winner of La Academia . ¿Cómo?, ¿Cuándo? y ¿Por qué? Tú, ¿De qué vas? ¿A quién le importa? ¿Quién eres tú? ¿Qué pides tú? ¿Quién como tú?

Is there a new season of La Academia?

However, in 2018, Azteca rebooted the franchise and it aired a new generation of La Academiawhich received positive reviews from critics and saw an impressive increase in total viewership.

Are there any other countries that have La Academia?

The show has been franchised to other countries: Azerbaijan (Akademiya), Malaysia (Akademi Fantasia), Indonesia (Akademi Fantasi Indosiar), United States (La Academia USA), Paraguay (La Academia Paraguay), Singapore (Sunsilk Academy Fantasia), Thailand (True Academy Fantasia), Central America (La Academia Centroamérica) and Greece (House of Fame).

How long is La Academia on Azteca 13?

Magda Rodriguez (2009–2011) Juan Navarrete (2011) Roberto Romagnoli (2012–2014) Ángel Aponte (2018–present) Running time Varies between 2 hours and 3 hours Production company Azteca Distributor Nostromo Producciones (2002–2005) Azteca(2006–present) Release Original network Azteca 13 Original release June 30, 2002 (2002-06-30) – present

Who was the first host of La Academia?

La Academia began on July 7, 2002. Fourteen were selected to be part of The First Generation, and Alan Tacher was selected to host. The National Auditorium in Mexico City served as the setting for the final concert, where the winner received a Coca-Cola touring contract, a worldwide trip,…

How many people live in a house in La Academia?

Each year, 14–49 people are selected to live together in a house isolated from the rest of the world, spending their days taking classes in singing, dancing, acting, and related fields, each preparing one or two songs for a 3-hour concert which they give each Sunday evening for TV viewers and a live studio audience.