11-year-old blind girl makes judges cry with her incredible performance of 'Que bonito'
Laura, an 11-year-old from Almería, Spain, managed to win everybody’s admiration for her sweet and beautiful voice singing a famous love song from one of her favorite Spanish artists.
Laura, who was born blind, took the stage to audition for the fourth season of “La Voz Kids España” and he conquered all hearts and ears with her powerful rendition of the song, which was very popular in Spain and Latin America, as Cope reported.
The talented girl chose the song “Qué bonito” which belongs to the album “Mucho por vivir” by singer Rosario Flores, who has admitted many times that it is one of her favorite recordings. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa
Flores is one of the show’s judges, and she was greatly surprised when she heard her hit in the outstanding voice of this young girl. Flores and another judge, Antonio Orozco, both turn their seats around at the same time to discover Laura.
Both judges could barely wait for Laura to finish her performance so they could run towards her to give her a hug and declare themselves to be “in love with” her.
When Flores and Orozco pressed the red button and turned at the same time, Laura couldn’t hide her happiness, just like her family, which was there to support and cheer the promising vocalist.
It is not surprising that when the time came for Laura to decide which team to join, she picked Flores as her coach, making the star very proud.
“Thanks for singing my song, for bringing so much joy to my heart, and for joining my team.”
-Rosario Flores,La Voz Kids 4 España, Febrero, 2018.
It is common for judges in talent shows to experience strong emotions when their artistic sensibility is struck by an amazing performance by someone who has not been “discovered” yet, but emotions are stronger when the contestants are children.
In 2014, an 11-year-old Colombian boy named Carlos Mario Martínez brought the tough judge Andres Cepeda to the tears with his impeccable, heartfelt performance of a song by Gloria Estefan.