‘Got Talent Spain’ is back. Telecinco’s great talent show has everything ready to kick off its sixth edition, which It will be on Friday, January 15 at 10 p.m.. This time, the format faces several novelties Because of both the Covid-19 crisis and the absence of Paz Padilla in a large part of the galas, who could not be present after the death of Antonio Vidal, her husband.
Santi Millán presents the sixth edition of ‘Got Talent Spain’
In this way, the auditions phase will have only the presence of three judges, something that in the five previous editions of the contest had not been seen. Edurne, Risto Mejide and Dani Martínez will be in charge of giving the pass to the contestants and Paz Padilla will join them in the semifinals, which will be a shock to the program, since the presenter of ‘Save me’ will see the performances of the semifinalists for the first time.
News due to Covid-19
The auditions for the sixth edition of ‘Got Talent Spain’ were recorded during the month of July at the Coliseum Theater and the Lope de Vega Theater. The reason for renting both theaters instead of one is due to the need to distribute activities and thus guarantee social safety distance. Although the program will continue to have an audience, it will occupy one seat in four, thus managing to keep its distance.
On the other hand, the coronavirus has led to the organization of ‘Got Talent Spain’ to make the decision to record the semifinals too, phase that previously was carried out live. Another of the most substantial changes that the public will witness has to do with Santi Millán, who, for the first time, will not be with the contestants’ families when they perform on stage. Despite this, the program produced by Fremantle has been prepared so that the reaction of the relatives can be seen.