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Ecuador Tiene Talento is the Ecuadorian syndication of Got Talent. It premiered on March 25, 2012.

Ecuador Tiene Talento

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JudgesEdit

HostsEdit

Main SeriesEdit

Season 1Edit

Season 1 began on March 25, 2012 with a judging lineup of Jaime Enrique Aymara, Karla Kanora and Diego Spotorno and hosted by Nicolás Espinosa and Bianca Salame. This season was won by 37-year-old comedian Luis Castillo.

Season 2Edit

Season 2 began on June 30, 2013, and saw the departures of Jaime Enrique Aymara and Karla Kanora who were replaced by Wendy Vera, María Fernanda Ríos and Paola Farías. Henry Bustamante and Jonathan Estrada replaced Nicolás Espinosa and Bianca Salame as hosts. This season was won by 26-year-old singer José Fernando Lara.

Season 3Edit

Season 3 began on August 17, 2014, and utilized the same panel from the previous season with the exception of Diego Spotorno who was replaced by Fabrizio Ferretti. Jonathan Estrada returned as host with the exception of Henry Bustamante. This season was won by folk music duo Ledesma Brothers.

Season 4Edit

Season 4 began on August 16, 2015, and utilized the same panel from the previous season with the exception of Fabrizio Ferretti who was replaced by Fernando Villarroel. Jonathan Estrada returned as host. This season was won by 30-year-old singer Christian Loaiza.

Season 5Edit

Season 5 began on 2016, and utilized the same panel from the previous season with the exception of María Fernanda Ríos who was replaced by Carolina Jaume. Francisco Pinoargotti replaced Wendy Vera from the first semi final on November 2016. Jonathan Estrada returned as host. This season was won by police dog act CRAC.

Season 6Edit

Season 6 began on 2017, and featured an all-new panel of judges composed of Ángello Barahona, Carolina Aguirre, Lila Flores and Martín Guerrero. Jonathan Estrada returned as host. This season was won by guitar trio Juventud Bolivarense.

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