The 11th season of “reality show” “Look who’s dancing, La Revancha” came to an end on Sunday night, when the Spanish actor Adrian Lastra managed to be crowned champion of the popular program, on the network Univisionand received a $35,000 check for St Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
Lastra, who from the beginning of the competition demonstrated her artistic versatility, performed three dances at the last gala: a “freestyle”, a samba and a modern tango, for which she received the endorsement and excellent comments from the panel of judges, composed by the Puerto Rican actress and dancer Roselyn Sanchezand professional Mexican ballet dancers Isaac Hernandez and Bianca Marroquin.
The actor was part of the group of three finalists, among them was the Cuban actress and singer Lisa Vega and the Mexican actor Lambda Garciawho They shone with their talent and demonstrated all the progress they had in the competition. Vega took second place and Garcia took third place.
This eleventh season began with eight participants, including Amara La Negra, Diego Amozurrutia, Frida Sofia, Raul Coronado and Sandra Itzelwho They accepted the challenge of demonstrating their abilities on the track, each one representing the cause of a foundation and achieving the desired check of 35 thousand dollars to help the foundation they represented.
Lastra was overcome with emotion as soon as his name was pronounced, after so much work and effort.
“It is a pleasure to be able to dance for the San Jude Foundation, to help all these girls and boys who, unfortunately, suffer from terminal cancer. I hope this helps you a lot.” were the first expressions of the winner.
Later he expressed feeling overwhelmed and happy, and assured that “it has been very worth it.”
“Before they announced the winner, I looked at the sky, at the judges, at my classmates and when they mentioned my name, all the moments I have lived in this contest passed through my mind, the joys, tears and the enormous effort it took to learn. each choreography. I feel a lot of happiness, personal and professional satisfaction with this award because dancing involves hard work, passion and perseverance. Being able to represent my country in this way is something that fills me with pride. “Thank you to Univision for inviting me again, to the entire production team, to the dancers, to my colleagues and to each of the people who made this possible,” expressed the artist.