Tamara Falcó snatches Edurne's place as a jury on 'Got Talent'

Tamara Falcó, like her husband Íñigo Onieva, launches a new professional project.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
15 May 2024 Wednesday 16:34
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Tamara Falcó snatches Edurne's place as a jury on 'Got Talent'

Tamara Falcó, like her husband Íñigo Onieva, launches a new professional project. Isabel Preysler's daughter has become the latest signing for Got Talent, the Mediaset talent show, where she will occupy the chair left by the singer Edurne after eight years on the program.

The Marchioness of Griñón thus joins the jury, which is currently made up of Risto Mejide, the actress Paula Echevarría and the comedian Florentino Fernández; in addition to the presenter, Santi Millán.

The aristocrat is the choice of the Fuencarral group to replace the singer, who after ten years says goodbye to the talent show produced by Fremantle and who had already become one of the most beloved jurors of the program for her sweetness, charisma and good nature. dealing with the contestants.

The communication group and the production company were looking for a new well-known face to occupy the singer's chair, and after well-known famous people such as the singer Ana Mena, the actor Luis Zahera, the presenter Dani Martínez, passed through the contest, the comedian Eva Hache, the actress Eva Isanta, the presenters Jesús Vázquez Jorge Javier Vázquez or Paz Padilla; They would have decided to opt for the aristocrat.

Tamara Falcó debuts as a member of the jury of a television contest, a medium where she already has experience. The Marchioness of Griñón has participated in reality shows such as MasterChef Celebrity, which she also won; and she also filmed her own docuseries, The Marquesa.

Advertising projects, more and more ease and her latest adventure, this time live every Thursday at El Hormiguero, as a collaborator in Pablo Motos' weekly gatherings, along with journalists Cristina Pardo, Nuria Roca and Juan del Val. A collaboration that, due to this new signing, it is not known if it will continue, since it is unknown if Tamara Falcó will be able to combine the recording of both programs.

Predictably, the new edition of the tenth season of Got Talent will premiere next fall, so we will have to wait for filming to begin to find out if Tamara terminates or postpones her contract with Antena3, where she has become a regular character and very popular at the Thursday table.

Edurne leaves Got Talent to go to Antena 3 as a coach for La Voz Kids, thus redirecting her career back towards music. An abandonment that occurs in the midst of other movements between networks, such as that of Carlos Latre, who just a few days ago announced that he was returning to Telecinco with a new format for access prime time for the next season, produced in collaboration with his own production company. Latre.