This Thursday, November 18, it premiered “I Am: Great International Battles”, a new format that will feature not only the participation of Peruvian imitators, but also Chile, Ecuador, Argentina, Colombia, the United States, among others.
Jorge Henderson, Katia Palma, Janick Maceta and Mauri Stern arrive at the jury table and will be in charge of qualifying the participants of the program.
Eleazar Páez, imitator of Christian Yaipén, was in charge of opening this first gala to the rhythm of “Me olvidé de tu amor”, a cumbia that got everyone on set dancing. The artist faced a duel against the Bad Bunny impersonator.
Jorge Henderson was not convinced by the Peruvian’s presentation and, on the contrary, highlighted the talent of his opponent, an impersonator of the Puerto Rican reggaeton, for whom he had words of praise.
“If I were a businessman and had to take a show to present it (…) I felt my skin crawl with Bad Bunny, because he filled your eye and he does it perfectly“Said the journalist.
Henderson expressed a very different opinion on the Peruvian artist. “The man sings very well, but I felt you cold, brother. Sing me the ‘Mañanitas’ if you want, but show me, please “, ended.