The musical impersonation competition “Yo Me Llamo” has featured diverse talent throughout its seasons, and in a recent episode, Amparo Grisales, one of the program’s most well-known judges, showed off her keen insight when she discovered an attempt at cheating by one of the two contestants.
In this episode, famous pop music singer Paola Jara’s impersonator, known as “Yo Me Llamo Paola Jara”, returned to the stage to demonstrate her evolution in the competition. Her vocal performance was well received by the other two judges, César Escola and Pipe Bueno, who praised her performance.
In particular, César Escola highlighted the impersonator’s work and gave her some tips to improve her performance, pointing out an awkward moment in the song and giving advice on breathing. Despite the constructive criticism, he praised the participant’s passion and commitment.
However, it was Amparo Grisales who caught everyone’s attention when he started commenting on the impersonator’s appearance. First, he praised her physical resemblance to the original artist and even mentioned that “she is the lost sister,” which touched the participant.
But Grisales’ criticism took an unexpected turn when he pointed out that the impersonator had a crooked nose due to poor makeup. The judge questioned the candidate about who was responsible for this detail in her characterization. The impersonator decided not to reveal the truth behind her makeup, but Amparo Grisales soon exposed her.
With his characteristic candor, Grisales told the impersonator, “It was you, don’t lie to me. I know everything here. We have cameras everywhere and you alone, hidden, went there and made an outline there.” Her keen observation made it clear that she would not tolerate cheating in the competition and was ready to report any attempts at cheating.
Despite revealing the makeup trick, Amparo Grisales also gave advice on the presentation itself. She suggested that the impersonator should improve the way she handles the speeding up and slowing down of tempo in her performances and offer constructive criticism , to help the participant refine her performance.
In short, the “Yo Me Llamo” episode highlighted not only the talent of the contestants, but also the acumen and integrity of the judges, like Amparo Grisales, who are committed to ensuring that the competition is based on honesty and integrity. artistic quality.