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Tu cara me suena (TV Series 2011– ) - Plot Summary Poster

(2011– )

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  • Celebrities mimic celebrities.

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  • In this game-show eight celebrities of different kind (actors and actresses, models, hosts, singers...) are selected to mimic famous singers of all times, from Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley to Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber. Previous to each performance appears a footage where each contestant trains with his coaches in dance and music, plus a little interview with the host of the show. Carefully examined by a jury of four, the contestants receive from 4 to 12 points (but 11) according to the live performances of each one and the quality of their imitations. Additionally to the points granted by each member of the jury, the contestants are given 5 points between themselves. The points are scored in a ranking, being winner who gets the highest score. Finally, the points of each show are added in a general ranking to determinate the winner of the season, in the tenth and last show. The prize in each show are 3,000 EUR (3,800 $) that the winner donates to a NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) of his election.

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  • Tu cara me suena (Your Face Sounds Familiar) is a talent competition that pushes a group celebrities to take on a new identity every week as an iconic music performer. Eight celebrities battle it out on stage to perform as a different iconic musical artist every week. They are competing to win the top cash prize for their charity. The performances are voted by a panel of judges and competing celebrities. Points are earned based on singing, style, believability, etc. There are no eliminations. The judges determine the most points, but the celebrities can also add an addition five points to their favorite competitor. The scores are tallied in each show, ranking the contestants from first to last. The winner of each show earns 3,000 in cash for his charity. After each performance, the celebrities must choose who they will impersonate the following week. The selection is made with a buzzer and a giant screen that displays multiple images of different singers in rapid succession. Once the celebrity presses the buzzer, the images stop and the selection is made. The image could be of an artist who is foreign, much older/younger, or even of the opposite sex. To help the celebrities bring their A-game to the stage, a team of top stylist, singing, dancing and acting coaches are available to prep them before every performance. The one with the most points at the end of the series receives the top prize of 30,000 for his charity.

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