Video|Keran Montero auditions for America’s Got Talent

“Shy singer wows judges with her perfect voice”, they captioned Karen Montero, on America’s Got Talent, the winner of the second season of Dominicana’s Got Talent. And no less.

Like the local version, it shocked the strict judges who did not expect such a powerful voice to emerge from such a timid and fragile appearance.

Before the audience surrendered to her voice, the panel of judges, which included Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum, did not fail to point out her impressive talent, especially the last two.

“I think you’ve given yourself a real chance now in this competition,” Heidi began her assessment of Keren. “You have a very powerful and beautiful voice. You are beautiful,” he added, to applause from a moved audience.

Another admirer of Keren’s talent was producer Howie Mandel, who praised her transition from speaking to singing. “I love the range you speak so softly… You have done your country and your family proud,” he said.

Finally, Simon, the strictest judge of the version, although he recognized his talent, he highlighted some points for improvement, especially the choice of song. “Honestly, the talent coming from all over the world this year is really amazing. If you want my honest advice, when you come to a show like this or any other, you have to find a song. You have to turn it into your own unique version,” he said. He instructed.

He added: “I loved it, but I think sometimes you have to do something that no one has done before.” The comment earned the public’s disapproval, who expressed it with uproar, to which he added: “I’m trying to be constructive.” And he concluded: “Thank you so much for coming, I really liked it, I just wanted to say it.” It is not yet known if the young Dominican will advance to the next stage of the popular American TV show.

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Keren became the winner of the second season of Dominican’s Got Talent (DGT) The second season of Dominican’s Got Talent concluded live this Wednesday night, March 10, with low viewership.

The teen singer took home three million pesos in cash after winning Nashville Bogart’s Golden Buzzer in the first episode.

in between Karen Montero, Diego Zaar and Martin Franco, the act with the third most votes and Martin taking third place. Diego was second.

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