The third edition of El Desafío has culminated this Friday on Antena 3 with a grand finale in which Ana Mena has triumphed with a pointy ballet number as painful as it is spectacular and convincing so that the jury and the contestants awarded her a well-deserved victory.
The great winner of the night took the gift of a new BMW and 30,000 euros as a gift for the NGO Fundación Pequeño Deseo after giving her all on the set of El Desafío and winning the evenly matched last program of the season.
The final of El Desafío has had a great level in all the performances, such as that of Rosa taking over the fire as part of a visual spectacle that has left the jury speechless and has shown that she can adapt to everything and everyone. The elements.
The winner of the first edition of Operación Triunfo, representative of Spain in Eurovision and a public figure in the country, has added to her record an incontestable contest in El Desafío culminating in the test in the final in which she has melted with fire dancing with it as rarely seen on television.
Laura Escanes's nerves have not prevented her from playing a dignified role, learning to skate on rollers from scratch in just five days and sealing a passage through El Desafío at a good level with which she has definitively said goodbye to her previous life.
"You have let us know you and you have shown that you have no limits," Pilar Rubio reminded Laura Escanes, who has had a great connection with Jorge Lorenzo, her supporter and squire in the grand finale of the Antena 3 talent show.
For Mariló Montero, precision has been her great asset to compete in the final, being the first to present her candidacy and the last in position with a number where she has managed to place a pyramid of 600 glasses with an electric mechanical bull on 5 glasses.
Mariló has combined industrial machinery with the precise and subtle control of the bull, showing that the final would be close: "You have shown that you are great, wonderful, with great willpower and that you do everything you set your mind to," encouraged Santiago. Safe.