La Academia

La Academia (The Academy) is a Mexican reality musical talent show shown on Azteca, that premiered in June 2002 and is currently in its twelfth installment. Although the show itself is not affiliated with the Endemol franchise, which includes the "Star Academy" shows, it does share the competition format of many of the variants of the global franchise.

La Academia
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Presented byAlan Tacher (2002–2005)
Ingrid Coronado (2009–2014)
Fernando del Solar (2006, 2012)
Monica Garza (2006)
Rafael Araneda (2008–2011)
Bibi Gaytán (2011)
Adal Ramones (2018–present)
Judges(List of Judges)
Country of originMexico
No. of seasons12
No. of episodes(list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)Giorgio Aresu (2002–2005)
Eva Borja (2006–2008)
Magda Rodriguez (2009–2011)
Juan Navarrete (2011)
Roberto Romagnoli (2012–2014)
Ángel Aponte (2018–present)
Running timeVaries between 2 hours and 3 hours
Production company(s)Azteca
DistributorNostromo Producciones (2002–2005)
Azteca (2006–present)
Original networkAzteca 13
Original releaseJune 30, 2002 (2002-06-30) –
External links

Over the first seasons, the show was a reliable dominator of its time-slot, which was shown by its triumph over Televisa's Operación Triunfo Mexico, in several countries including Chile, Argentina, Peru and Venezuela. The rival show was only produced for one season, and was in fact the official Endemol entry in Mexico. The last seasons of La Academia had declining ratings, being aired against the Mexican version of The Voice, produced by Televisa, and it eventually ceased production in 2012. However, in 2018, Azteca rebooted the franchise and it aired a new generation of La Academia which received positive reviews from critics and saw an impressive increase in total viewership.

The show has been franchised to other countries: Azerbaijan (Akademiya), Malaysia (Akademi Fantasia), Indonesia (Akademi Fantasi Indosiar), United States (La Academia USA), Paraguay (La Academia Paraguay), Singapore (Sunsilk Academy Fantasia), Thailand (True Academy Fantasia), Central America (La Academia Centroamérica) and Greece (House of Fame).

The winner of the first and most successful season was Myriam Montemayor Cruz in December 2002.


Each year, 14–49 people are selected to live together in a house isolated from the rest of the world, spending their days taking classes in singing, dancing, acting, and related fields, each preparing one or two songs for a 3-hour concert which they give each Sunday evening for TV viewers and a live studio audience. Each week, one of the contestants is eliminated based on the number of votes each one receives, until 4 to 10 students become the finalists and compete for the top prize. Viewers can vote by telephone, text or online. Camino a la Fama aired during weekday afternoons, but it was cancelled after The Ninth Generation. This show taped what the students' lives within the La Academia house. It also demonstrated the singing, dancing, and acting classes.

Series overviewEdit

No. Aired Winner Runner-up Third place Other Finalists Main Judges Presenter(s) Principal
1 2 3 4
1 June 30, 2002 (2002-06-30) Myriam Víctor Miguel
Yahir & Nadia 1 Alan
December 1, 2002 (2002-12-01)
2 December 8, 2002 (2002-12-08) Érika Marco Manuel Freddy & Rosalía Willy
March 30, 2003 (2003-03-30)
3 March 14, 2004 (2004-03-14) Carlos Dulce Melissa Leticia, Israel
& César
Mimí Lolita
July 4, 2004 (2004-07-04)
4 February 27, 2005 (2005-02-27) Erasmo Yuridia Adrián Cynthia, Edgar
& Sylvia
July 3, 2005 (2005-07-03)
U November 20, 2005 (2005-11-20) Mariana Gustavo Nohelia Afid & Yoshigei Adrián
del Solar
February 26, 2006 (2006-02-26)
5 July 9, 2006 (2006-07-09) Samuel Colette Marbella Renata Óscar
December 17, 2006 (2006-12-17)
6 August 31, 2008 (2008-08-31) María
Fabiola Luis
Valeria & Perla Enrique
Lisset Rafael
December 14, 2008 (2008-12-14)
7 October 4, 2009 (2009-10-04) Giovanna Napoleon & Sebastián Agustín, Menny,
Oscar & Fabiola
December 20, 2009 (2009-12-20)
8 September 12, 2010 (2010-09-12) Esmeralda Carolina Edgar Paolo3, Luis, Edu
Johnny, Daniel
Gerardo & Eri
December 19, 2010 (2010-12-19)
9 August 21, 2011 (2011-08-21) Erick Pablo Carmen Gil, Ronald, Gustavo
Emanuel, Ceci
Yanilen & Hancer
December 18, 2011 (2011-12-18)
10 August 26, 2012 (2012-08-26) Alexis Chucho Selene Santana, Manuel
& Rubi
Yahir4 Fernando
del Solar
December 16, 2012 (2012-12-16)
K1 August 31, 2013 (2013-08-31) Eddy Nahomy Adamaris Christopher, Ximena
& Michelle
December 14, 2013 (2013-12-14)
K2 August 30, 2014 (2014-08-30) Karla Sarah Nicole
& Alexis
Angélica & Sofía Víctor
December 13, 2014 (2014-12-13)
11 July 8, 2018 (2018-07-08) Paola Alexis Katheryn Dalia & Silvia Horacio
October 7, 2018 (2018-10-07)
12 November 10, 2019 (2019-11-10) Dalú Angie Carlos Dennis & Charly Danna
February 23, 2020 (2020-02-23)


  1. ^ In the first and second series, the judges' panel consisted of different music experts every week.
  2. ^ During the eighth series, several guest judges served as temporary replacement for Olga Tañón, such as: Marta Sánchez, Mónica Naranjo, María Conchita Alonso, Elvis Crespo, Tatiana, Dulce, Los Horóscopos de Durango, Gabriela Spanic, Eduardo Capetillo, and Bibi Gaytán
  3. ^ Paolo is considered the winner of the Judges' International Prize.
  4. ^ Myriam joined the judges' panel on Concert 5.

Main GenerationsEdit

Season 1: The First Generation (2002)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes22
Original releaseJune 30 (2002-06-30) –
December 1, 2002 (2002-12-01)
1st: MN$2,500,000.00[1]
2nd: MN$1,500,000.00[2]
3rd: MN$1,000,000.00
Guest performers: Irene Cara, Ricardo Montaner, Lorenzo Lamas and Armando Manzanero

La Academia began on July 7, 2002. Fourteen were selected to be part of The First Generation, and Alan Tacher was selected to host. The National Auditorium in Mexico City served as the setting for the final concert, where the winner received a Coca-Cola touring contract, a worldwide trip, a brand new Chevrolet Trail Blazer and the top prize: MN$2.5 million and a recording contract.

Miguel Ángel, Myriam, Nadia, Víctor and Yahir reached the finale held on December 1, 2002. Myriam Montemayor Cruz was declared the winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Myriam Montemayor Cruz 21   Monterrey, Nuevo León
02 Víctor Garcia Perez 26   Reynosa, Tamaulipas
03 Miguel Ángel Rodriguez Chapital 18   Puebla, Puebla
04 Yahir Othon Parra 23   Hermosillo, Sonora
05 Nadia Lopez Ayuso 19   Oaxaca, Oaxaca
06 Toñita Salazar Zamora 22   Tantoyuca, Veracruz
07 Raul Sandoval 23   Mexicali, Baja California
08 Estrella Veloz Llamas 23   Monterrey, Nuevo León
09 Laura Caro 18   Tijuana, Baja California
10 María Inés Guerra Núñez 19   Guadalajara, Jalisco
11 José Antonio de la O 24   Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas
12 Wendolee Ayala 23   Torreón, Coahuila
13 Alejandro Danel 20   Taxco, Guerrero
14 Héctor Zamorano 23   Veracruz, Veracruz

Season 2: The Second Generation (2002–03)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes17
Original releaseDecember 8, 2002 (2002-12-08) –
March 30, 2003 (2003-03-30)
1st: MN$2,500,000.00[3]
2nd: MN$1,500,000.00
3rd: MN$1,000,000.00
Guest performers: Alejandro Lerner and Christina Aguilera

The Second Generation was presented at the final concert of The First Generation on December 1, 2002. Once again, the National Auditorium in Mexico City served as the setting for the final concert, where the winner received the top prize of MN$2.5 million and a recording contract.

Freddi, Manuel, Marco, Rosalía and Érika reached the finale held on March 30, 2003. Érika Alcocer Luna was declared the second winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Érika Alcocer Luna 28   San Luis Potosí
02 Marco Moré 18   Monterrey, Nuevo León
03 Manuel Mancillas Dena 28   Hermosillo, Sonora
04 Fredy Bautista 19   Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca
05 Rosalía León Oviedo 27   Los Angeles, California
06 Adrián Carvajal 20   Tampico, Tamaulipas
07 Enrique Virrueta Gordillo 21   Tuxtla, Gutierrez
08 Azeneth Gonzalez 21   Guadalupe, Nuevo León
09 Andrea Gonzalez Romo 18   Guadalajara, Jalisco
10 Fabricio Martinez 21   Estado de México
11 Ana Lucía Salazar 19   Monterrey, Nuevo León
12 Alejandra Ondarza 23   Ciudad de México
13 Víctor Javier Ramos 24   Hermosillo, Sonora
14 Mauricio Carrera Carranza 17   Querétaro
15 Marvin Mainte Carpio 22   Tijuana, Baja California
16 Karla Tijerina 19   Ciudad Obregon, Sonora
17 Gisela Lopez 22   San Luis Potosí
18 Elisa Valenzuela Galvan 23   Guadalajara, Jalisco

Season 3: The Third Generation (2004)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes17
Original releaseMarch 14 (2004-03-14) –
July 4, 2004 (2004-07-04)
1st: MN$3,000,000.00[4]
2nd: MN$1,500,000.00[5]
3rd: MN$500,000.00[6]
Guest performers: Alex Ubago, Gilberto Santa Rosa and Mariana Ochoa

A year after the end of The Second Generation, The Third Generation, with far more production than before, began on March 14, 2004. The Teotihuacan Hall in Acapulco served as the setting for the final concert, where the winner received a brand new car and a larger top prize of MN$3 million and a recording contract.

This Season was the first to had a permanent judging panel.

Dulce, Melissa, César, Lety Lopez, Carlos and Israel reached the finale held on July 4, 2004. Carlos Rivera Guerra was declared the third winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Carlos Rivera 18   Huamantla, Tlaxcala
02 Dulce Lopez 18   Ciudad de México
03 Melissa Ibarra 24   Hermosillo, Sonora
04 Lety López 21   Guadalajara, Jalisco
05 Israel Estrada 21   Estado de Mexico
06 César Robles 20   Acayucan, Veracruz
07 Hiromi Hayakawa 21   Torreón, Coahuila


08 Ricardo Hernandez 26   Tijuana, Baja California
09 Suzette Marquez 18   Tucson, Arizona
10 Maricarmen Carrion 18   Puebla, Puebla
11 Martín Vaka 19   Morelia, Michoacán
12 Rodrigo Najera 28   Monterrey, Nuevo León
13 Marcia Peña 23   Querétaro
14 Arturo Quezada 23   Guadalajara, Jalisco
15 Esteban Espinoza 26   Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas
16 Marla Marrun 25   Veracruz
17 Jessica Meza 20   Estado de Mexico
18 Diego Espinoza 22   Ciudad de México

Season 4: The Fourth Generation (2005)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes19
Original releaseFebruary 27 (2005-02-27) –
July 3, 2005 (2005-07-03)
1st: MN$3,000,000.00
2nd: MN$1,500,000.00
3rd: MN$500,000.00
Guest performers: Tres de Copas, Olga Tañon, The First Generation of La Academia

Almost a year after the start of The Third Generation, The Fourth Generation began on February 27, 2005. The Monterrey Arena in Monterrey served as the setting for the final concert, where the winner received the newly raised top prize of MN$3.5 million and a recording contract.

The Fourth Season was highly controversial, with conflicts between contestant Jolette Hernández and members of the judge panel as the main source of controversy. The final results were also controversial, as frontrunner Yuridia placed second at the grand finale.

Yuridia, Adrian, Cynthia, Erasmo, Edgar and Silvia reached the finale held on July 3, 2005. Yuridia Gaxiola Flores was declared the fourth winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants City
01 Erasmo González   Xalpatlahua, Guerrero
02 Yuridia Gaxiola Flores   Hermosillo, Sonora
03 Adrian Varela   Culiacán, Sinaloa
04 Cynthia Rodríguez   Monclova, Coahuila
05 Edgar Guerrero   Boise, Idaho
06 Silvia Mendivil   Los Mochis, Sinaloa
07 Jolette Hernandez   Guadalajara, Jalisco
08 José Luis Diaz   Guadalajara, Jalisco
09 Johanna Delgado   Los Angeles, California
10 Marco Silva   Ciudad de México
11 Paula Gonzalez   Monterrey, Nuevo León
12 Mario Sepulveda   Monterrey, N.L.
13 Alan Velazquez   Estado de México
14 Abyadé Rodriguez   Guadalajara, Jalisco
15 Óscar Otuyemi   Pachuca, Hidalgo
16 Karina Cazares   Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
17 René Liceaga   Mexicali, Baja California
18 Anahí Garcia   Monterrey, Nuevo León

Season 5: The Light Generation (2006)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes24
Original releaseJuly 9 (2006-07-09) –
December 17, 2006 (2006-12-17)
1st: MN$3,000,000.00[7]
2nd: MN$1,500,000.00
3rd: MN$500,000.00[8]
Guest performers: Franco de Vita, Filippa Giordano and David Bolzoni

The Light Generation began on July 9, 2006, where the fewest contestants, four, became finalists. The boardwalk of the Port of Veracruz in Veracruz served as the setting for the final, and first open-air, concert, where the winner received the top prize of MN$3 million and a recording contract.

This was the first season hosted by a female with Monica Garza.

Colette, Renata, Samuel and Marbella reached the finale held on December 17, 2006. Samuel Castelán Marini was declared the fifth winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants City
01 Samuel Castelan   Zentla, Veracruz
02 Colette Acuña   Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas
03 Marbella Corella   Magdalena de Kino, Sonora
04 Renata Rodriguez Barajas   Guadalajara, Jalisco
05 Vince Miranda   Los Angeles, California
06 Julia Hernendez   Paso del Toro, Veracruz
07 Yazmin Valencia   Hermosillo, Sonora
08 Sebastián Garzon   Mexicali, Baja California
09 Julio Elenes   Culiacán, Sinaloa
10 Noé Cantu   Monterrey, Nuevo León
11 Isabel Becerra   Chihuahua, Chihuahua
12 Diego Castro   Monterrey, N.L.
13 Carlos Hernendez   Ciudad de México
14 Iván Rodriguez   Monterrey, Nuevo León
15 Diana Santos   Chihuahua, Chihuahua
16 Citlali Aguilera   Guadalajara, Jalisco
17 César Ceja   Guadalajara, Jalisco
18 Armando Gutierrez   Teopisca, Chiapas
19 Alan Macin   Estado de México
20 Jaqueline Garcia   Oaxaca, Oaxaca
21 Niyet Quiroz   Guadalajara, Jalisco

Season 6: The Last Generation (2008)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes16
Original releaseAugust 31 (2008-08-31) –
December 14, 2008 (2008-12-14)
1st: MN$3,000,000.00[9]
2nd: Recording Contract[10]
3rd: Recording Contract
Guest performers: Ana Gabriel, Enrique Guzmán, The First Generation of La Academia

The Last Generation began on August 31, 2008. The Víctor Manuel Reyna Stadium in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas served as the setting for the final concert, where the winner received the top prize of MN$3 million, a recording contract and the new La Academia Trophy.

Perla, María Fernada, Fabiola, Luis Armando and Valeria reached the finale held on December 12, 2008. María Fernanda Alvo Díaz was declared the sixth winner of La Academia.

Later Maria Fernanda, Valeria, Perla, Jackie, Fatima and Alex formed a girl group called G6; Fabiola Rodas won the third season of Desafio de Estrelas a year later.

Place Contestants Age City
01 María Fernanda Alvo 21   Guadalajara, Jalisco
02 Fabiola Rodas 16   Guatemala
03 Luis Armando 24   Veracruz
04 Valeria Dessens 16   Hermosillo, Sonora
05 Perla Estrada 17   Caborca, Sonora
06 Alex Garza 21   Monterrey, N.L.
07 Jackie Gonzalez 22   California
08 Matías Aranda 23   Argentina
09 Wilfredo Pineda 16   Sinaloa
10 Esteban Vazquez 18   Texas
11 Cintia Utiaga 17   Guadalajara, Jalisco
12 Iván Estrada 18   Mexico, DF
13 Fátima Molina 22   Guadalajara, Jalisco
14 Héctor Silva 25   Monterrey, N.L.
15 Alba Alcudia 15   Tabasco
16 Gerardo Castillo 22   Guatemala
17 Monserrat Monroy 18   Veracruz
18 Dasahev Saavedra 19   Hermosillo, Sonora
19 Alejandra Sandoval 15   Jalisco
20 José Roberto Carrillo 24   Tecate, Baja California

Season 7: The New Generation (2009)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes12
Original releaseOctober 4 (2009-10-04) –
December 14, 2009 (2009-12-14)
1st: MN$1,000,000.00[11]
2nd: Recording Contract
3rd: Recording Contract
Guest performers: Daddy Yankee, Angel & Kriz, El Tri, Yuridia

The New Generation was renewed due to the popular demand[citation needed] and led by the most outspoken critic, Lolita Cortés, beginning on October 4, 2009. This season featured 36 contestants, and seven, became finalists. The Víctor Manuel Reyna Stadium in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas once again served as the setting for the final concert, where the winner received the lowest top prize of MN$1 million and a recording contract.

Agustín, Oscar, Fabiola, Sebastián, Menny, Giovanna and Napoleón reached the finale held on December 20, 2009. Giovanna Nicole Paz was declared the seventh winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Giovanna Paz 16   Manzanillo, Colima
02 Sebastián Martingaste 25   Argentina
Napoleón Robleto 23   Guatemala
04 Agustín Argüello 19   Argentina
05 Menny Carrasco 26   Chihuahua, Chihuahua
06 Oscar Jiménez 22   Guadalajara, Jalisco
07 Fabiola Jaramillo 30   Orizaba, Veracruz
08 Jaccyve Álvarez 23   Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz
09 Mike Bobadilla 28   Culiacán, Sinaloa
10 Luz Leguizama 24   Oakland, California
11 Rod Pérez 17   Mérida, Yucatán
12 Patricia Ahjtung 15   Catemaco, Veracruz
13 Alejandra Capelini 22   Xalapa, Veracruz
14 María Reynoso 18   Guadalajara, Jalisco
15 Daniel Solís* 41*   Tijuana, Baja California
16 Adriana Sánchez 29   Guadalajara, Jalisco
17-19 Mayrenne Carvajal 40   Veracruz
Roy Rosas 32   Nogales, Sonora
Yadhira Mendez 21   Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
20-23 Brian Vega 21   Monterrey, Nuevo León
Carlos Pleasant 28   Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
Luis Guillen 38   Los Angeles, California
Roberto Vázquez 29   León, Guanajuato
24-28 Alex García 15   Monclova, Coahuila
Dafne Olivera 40   Ciudad de México
Ingrid Álvarez 15   Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas
Mell Rivera 21   Los Angeles, California
Nicole Vargas 17   Guadalajara, Jalisco
29-35 Alberto Campos 24   Ciudad de México
Daniela Rodríguez 23   Ciudad de México
Denisse Marion Vega 22   Ciudad de México
Kurt Arredondo 27   Irapuato, Guanajuato
Manuel Ortiz 22   Sonora, Sonora
Melissa Norzagaray 17   Sinaloa
Michelle Quintero 28   Ciudad Obregón, Sonora
36 Jorge Vázquez 20   Los Angeles, California

*Jesús Antonio Guerrero is Daniel Solís's real birth name and 47 was his real age when he was expelled

Season 8: The Bicentennial Generation (2010)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes15
Original releaseSeptember 12 (2010-09-12) –
December 19, 2010 (2010-12-19)
1st: MN$1,000,000.00[12]
2nd: USD$10,000[13]
3rd: USD$5,000[14]
Guest performers: Marta Sánchez, La Factoria, Monica Naranjo, Espinoza Paz, Yolanda Be Cool, María Conchita Alonso, Elvis Crespo, Tatiana, Olga Tañon, Eduardo Capetillo

Bicentennial Generation was the name given to this season in honor of the 200 years of Mexican independence. It began on September 12, 2010, featuring 49 contestants, and 10 finalists, marking an all-time high for series. The Víctor Manuel Reyna Stadium in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas served as the setting for the finale for a third time. For the first time ever, two winners were announced: one was chosen by the panel of critics as well as Lolita Cortés and La Academia teachers, winning the International Prize of US$20,000; the other was chosen by the viewers, winning La Academia: Bicentenario and MN$1 million.

Luis, Eri, Gerardo, Esmeralda, Carolina, Johnny, Daniel, Edgar, Paolo and Edu reached the finale held on December 19, 2010. Esmeralda Ugalde Mota was declared the eighth winner of La Academia. Paolo Ragone won the first and only International Prize.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Esmeralda Ugalde 18   San Ciro de Acosta, San Luis Potosí
01(2)* Paolo Ragone 28   Argentina
02 Carolina Soto 27   Chile
03 Edgar García 15   Tijuana, Baja California
04 Luis González 29   Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas
05 Edu del Prado 33   Spain

  Equatorial Guinea

06 Johnny Morales 30   Venezuela
07 Daniel Riolobos 24   Federal District
08 Gerardo Cuevas 25   Guadalajara, Jalisco
09 Eri Carranco 29   Monterrey, Nuevo León
10 María López 25   Mexicali, Baja California
11 Álvaro Bautista 23   Guadalajara, Jalisco
12 Benjamín Rosales 29   Argentina
13 Andrés Alejandre 25   Ensenada, Baja California
14 Deyra Cornejo 35   Villa Juárez, Sonora
15 Guillermo Martín 29   Spain
16 Isabel Marín de León 18   Guatemala
17 Belén Castorena 25   Cancún, Quintana Roo
18 Denise Faro 22   Italy
19 Gina Rivera 24   Veracruz
Eddie Bilalovic 22   Federal District
Mark Lewin 22   Venezuela
22-24 Jorge Tinoco 19   Guanajuato
Lizette Limón 17   Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur
Sandra Estrada 16   Hidalgo
25-32 Daniella Augspurg 19   El Salvador
Elaine Hernández 41   Cuba
Eduardo Jiménez 32   Federal District
Karla Silva 19   Campeche
Leonardo Ruiz 27   Michoacán
Leonel Regata 21   Cuba
Rosendo Robles 22   Glendale, California
Ventura Esquiviaz 20   Tepatitlán, Jalisco
Brisa Carillo 17   Chihuahua
Carmen Vásquez 16   Tlaxcala
David Duclaud 26   Morelos
Dayana Falcón 21   Cuba
Florentina González 31   Guadalajara, Jalisco
Josue Bravo 26   Puebla
Lupita Infante 23   Los Angeles, California
Mariana Niebla 23   Durango
Nicolas Padilla 19   Colima
Paloma Naya 18   Tepic, Nayarit
Paola Bustamante 22   Querétaro
Pepe Betancourt 28   Torreón, Coahuila
Santa Degyves 37   Acapulco, Guerrero
Santiago Pérez 18   Oaxaca, Oaxaca
Sonia Mayorga 22   Ciudad Madero, Tamaulipas
Verónica Ramos 27   Ensenada, Baja California

* Winner of the International Prize

Season 9: 2011 Generation (2011)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes18
Original releaseAugust 21 (2011-08-21) –
December 18, 2011 (2011-12-18)
1st: MN$648,437.50[15]
2nd: Recording Contract
3rd: Recording Contract
Guest performers: La Toya Jackson, Village People, Lynda Carter, Juan Manuel Márquez, Manny Pacquiao, Franco De Vita, Enrique Guzmán, Pamela Anderson, Alizée, Lucenzo, Yuridia

La Academia 2011 premiered on August 21, 2011,[16] and it was the first reality show to be aired in 3D. It featured 35 contestants. The season was led by Eduardo Capetillo, and hosted by his wife Bibi Gaytán accompanied by Rafael Araneda. During the middle of the competition, on October 26, Eduardo Capetillo announced to the contestants that Magda Rodriguez was no longer the producer (she was fired due to low ratings). Juan Navarrete became the new producer. At the end of the 11th. Concert, Eduardo Capetillo announced that he would look for new contestants to join the competition. On the 12th. and 13th. Concert, 6 new contestants (Cecilia, Dianela, Héctor, Valeria, Alfonso, Gaby) were brought to the competition. After involving La Academia on a personal matter, Eduardo Capetillo and Bibi Gaytán were fired on December 7, 2011, 2 weeks before the finale. It was announced Julio Preciado would take his place as principal for the remaining weeks of the competition and Ingrid Coronado will return to host the semifinal and finale. The finale was held on December 18, once again in Víctor Manuel Reyna Stadium in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas. The winner received MN$500,000 in addition to the cash prize accumulated over the course of the competition and a recording contract.

Emanuel, Cecilia, Gustavo, Ronald, Gil, Yanilen, Erick, Hancer, Pablo & Carmen reached the finale. Erick Sandoval was declared the ninth winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Erick Sandoval 26   Mexicali, Baja California
02 Pablo Balzano 27   Argentina
03 Carmen Rios 25   San Francisco, USA
04 Gil Álvarez 23   Guadalajara, Jalisco
05 Ronald Martínez 31   Venezuela
Gustavo Cornejo 30   Chicago, USA
Emanuel Peña 15   Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur
Cecilia de la Cueva 25   Ciudad de México
Yanilen Díaz 25   Cuba
Hancer Pérez 19   Guatemala
11 Valeria Cox 26   Chile


12 Alfonso Cravioto 33   Ciudad de México
13 Héctor Ruiz 24   Tuxla Gutiérrez, Chiapas
14 Lizbeth Colin 15   Acapulco, Guerrero
15 Gaby Albo 20   Ciudad de México
16 Denisha Audifred 29   Torreón, Coahuila
17 Dianela 26   Durango
18 Melissa Barrera 21   Monterrey, Nuevo León
19 Paco Zazueta 24   Ciudad Obregón, Sonora
20-22 Jose Antonio Mora 23   Ecuador
Javi Baerga 23   Puerto Rico, USA
Jesus Falcón 26   Macuspana, Tabasco
23-24 Eduardo D' Esezarate 23   Puebla, Puebla
Tadeo Bustamante 29   Cancún, Quintana Roo
25 Gaby Luna 18   Durango, Durango
26 Frank Díaz 19   Los Angeles, USA
27 Dariela Vallejo 25   Guadalajara, Jalisco
28 Yazmín Sanchez 15   Tempoal, Veracruz
29 Huicho Pérez 15   Chihuahua, Chihuahua
30 Mariana Balquiarena 20   Los Angeles, USA
31 Noé Varela 18   Houston, USA
32-33 Alan Martin 21   Tepatitlán, Jalisco
Ceci Magaña 22   Guadalajara, Jalisco
34-36 Bárbara Ibarra 16   Monterrey, Nuevo León
Karen Lopez 21   Culiacán, Sinaloa
Sergio Aguilar 21   Guadalajara, Jalisco
37-41 Jacqueline Solis 28   Guadalajara, Jalisco
Yamileth Hernández 21   Poza Rica, Veracruz
Arón Manzanero 19   Mérida, Yucatán
Giselle Rodriguez 18   Hermosillo, Sonora
Elisa Castellanos 17   Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas

* The specific rank wasn't revealed, but the contestants are listed in order of elimination

Season 10: The Decade Generation (2012)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes17
Original releaseAugust 26 (2012-08-26) –
December 16, 2012 (2012-12-16)
1st: MN$1,000,000.00
2nd: MN$300,000.00
3rd: MN$200,000.00
Guest performers: Jon Secada, María Fernanda & La Sonora Santanera, Franco De Vita, La Factoría, Los Horóscopos de Durango, Obie Bermúdez

The Decade Generation premiered on August 26, 2012, celebrating the tenth anniversary of La Academia.[17][18][19] Fernando De Solar and his wife Ingrid Coronado were introduced as the new hosts of La Academia. On August 16, it was confirmed that the four judges will be Marta Sánchez, Julio Preciado, Cruz Martínez and First Generation's fourth place, Yahir. Chacho Gaytán, serve as the Principal of this generation. In this season, the contestants were no longer isolated as they could use the social media to keep in touch with fans and family. On September 16, the winner of The First Generation, Myriam, joined the judges panel. The finale was held on December 16, in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas. The Polyforum Chiapas, served for the first time as the setting of the final concert. The winner received a Recording Contract and MN$1,000,000.00.

Alexis, Chucho, Manuel, Rubí, Santana & Selene reached the finale. Alexis Montoya was declared the tenth winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Alexis Montoya 26   Caborca, Sonora
02 Chucho Rivas 14   Mazatlán, Sinaloa
03 Selene Fitch 23   La Paz, Baja California Sur
04 Santana Olvera 21   Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas
05 Manuel Aguilar 25   Tuxpan, Veracruz
06 Rubí Mendivil 19   Ahome, Sinaloa
07 Yara Rey 27   Cuba
08 Hacib Samir 29   Mexico, DF
09 Maru Barrios 33   Mexico, DF
10 Francisco 'Pako' Madrid 31   Los Mochis, Sinaloa
11 Gaba Flores 29   Monterrey, Nuevo León
12 Kevin Ruano 20   Guatemala
13 Azucena del Toro 31   Guadalajara, Jalisco
14 Gabriela Maldonado 41   Argentina
15 Freddy Sandoval 35   Uruapan, Michoacán
16 Diana Molina 21   Martinez de la Torre, Veracruz
17 Sandra Arcos 29   Mexico, DF
18 Liz & Mar Rodriguez 34/14   Tijuana, Baja California
19 Erik Torrel 26   Puebla, Puebla
20 Mario Orellana 18   El Salvador

Season 11 (2018)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes14
Original releaseJuly 8 (2018-07-08) –
October 7, 2018 (2018-10-07)
1st: MN$1,000,000.00
2nd: Recording Contract
3rd: Recording Contract
Guest performers: Edith Marquez, Pedro Fernandez, Amaia Montero, Aida Cuevas, Susana Zabaleta, Kalimba

Season 11 premiered on July 8, 2018, as TV Azteca's celebration of its twenty-five year anniversary. This generation serves as the return of one of its most successful formats, according to statements by the content director, Alberto Ciurana. On May 14, it was announced that Adal Ramones would return to the small screen as the host of La Academia, after joining TV Azteca almost three years after leaving their competitor, Televisa. On July 4, 2018, the names of the contestants and teachers of the new season of La Academia were revealed through social media accounts of the reality show, which will be led by Héctor Martínez, the principal of the First Generation of the show. Later that day, it was announced that the new panel of judges will be formed by Arturo López Gavito, Horacio Villalobos, Edwin Luna and Edith Márquez. The finale was held on October 7, in which the winner received a recording contract and MN$1,000,000.00.

Katheryn, Dalia, Alexis, Paola & Silvia reached the finale. Paola Chuc was declared the eleventh winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Paola Chuc 20   Guatemala, Guatemala
02 Alexis Bonifaz 24   Mapastepec, Chiapas
03 Katheryn Venegas 22   Choluteca, Honduras
04 Dalia Duarte 30   Tijuana, B.C.
05 Silvia Zepeda 19   Apatzingan, Michoacán
06 Diego Almonte 22   Santiago, Chile
07 Fernando Davila 24   Torreon, Coahuila
08 Isboseth Garza 24   Matamoros, Tamaulipas
09 Marian Herrera 20   Ciudad de México
10 Ana Samano 20   Vallarta, Jalisco
11 Adolfo Esponda 21   Culiacan, Sinaloa
12 Daniela Montes 20   Tijuana, B.C.
13 Montserrat Ibarra 25   Zapopan, Jalisco
14 Montserrat Torales 24   Gomez Palacios, Durango

Season 12 (2019–20)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes16
Original releaseNovember 10, 2019 (2019-11-10) –
February 23, 2020 (2020-02-23)
1st: MN$1,000,000.00
2nd: MN$100,000.00
3rd: MN$100,000.00

On October 23, 2019, Television Azteca held a special ceremony to reveal details about the upcoming season of its most successful show. Horacio Villalobos and Arturo López Gavito will seat again at the judges' table and they will be joined by Remmy Valenzuela (who was let go after the first concert), Alexander Acha and Danna Paola. For the first time, the reality show will have a prestigious artist who will become “the voice of experience” and work as a mentor for the contestants. This task will pertain to the Chilean singer and songwriter Beto Cuevas, who explained that it will take them out of their comfort zone. During the presentation, Adal Ramones and Cynthia Rodríguez also presented the principal of La Academia, which will again be Héctor Martínez, and the teaching staff will be Alan Benabib, Beto Castillo, Guille Gómez, Lula Ross, Jorge Romano, Raúl Carballeda, Rodrigo Cachero and Rosa Virgen. In addition, Chacho Gaytán will be in charge of the musical direction of the show. The finale was held on February 23, in which the winner received a recording contract and MN$1,000,000.00.

Angie, Dalú, Carlos, Charly & Dennis reached the finale. Dalú was declared the twelfth winner of La Academia.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Dalú Borunda 24   Culiacán, Sinaloa
02 Angie Flores 18   Honduras
03 Carlos Torres 21   Guadalajara, Jalisco
04 Dennis Arana 21   Guatemala
05 Charly Zúñiga 24   Matamoros, Tamaulipas
06 Maria Fernanda González 29   Mazatlán, Sinaloa
07 Susy Ortoño 22   Apatzingán, Michoacán
08 Francely Abreu 18   Mérida, Yucatán
09 Jonathan Meza 21   Hermosillo, Sonora
10 Gibran Gutiérrez 19   Guadalajara, Jalisco
11 Jorge Alejandro Flores 25   Honduras
12 Effeta López 21   Guadalajara Jalisco
13 Rosa Mary Mier 26   Puebla, Puebla
14 Jazmin & Stephanie Sotelo 19   Loreto, Zacatecas

Spin-off GenerationsEdit

USA: Season 1 (2005–06)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes14
Original releaseNovember 20, 2005 (2005-11-20) –
February 26, 2006 (2006-02-26)

La Academia USA is the first musical reality show with only Hispanic contestants launched by Azteca America in October 2005. The auditions were done nationwide and the first La Academia USA concert was on November 20, 2005.

After three months of competition La Academia USA came to an end, crowning Mariana Vargas as winner of the Latin Reality Show. As the winner and runner-up, Mariana and Gustavo respectively received contracts with Warner Music for the release of an album.

Place Contestants
01 Blanca Mariana Vargas Grajeda
02 Gustavo Alfonso Amezcua Fuentes
03 Nohelia María Sosa Guerrero
04 Afid Ferrer Ávalos
05 Yoshigei Cázares Silva
06 Jazmín Olivo Ceballos
07 Francisco Alvarado Rivera
08 Adán Castillo
09 Iván Quiñonez
10 Diana Galindo Martínez
11 Heloisa Alves
12 Catalina Naranjo
13 Michael Anthony Muenchow
14 Gabriel Juan Rodríguez Policastro
15 Alejandro Hernández López
16 Carlos Soto García
17 Bianca Filio Martínez
18 Fatimat Aihassan Villanueva

KIDS: Season 1 (2013)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes16
Original releaseAugust 31 (2013-08-31) –
December 21, 2013 (2013-12-21)
1st: MN$500,000.00
2nd: MN$250,000.00
3rd: MN$100,000.00
Guest performers: Peter La Anguila, Alicia Villareal, Carlos Rivera, Lambda García

La Academia Kids was presented in 2010 at the Bicentenanial Generation finale with Tatiana as the host. On February 22, 2012, Tatiana announced on her twitcam that the show was officially cancelled due to production issues.[20] On July 11, 2013, it was confirmed that La Academia Kids was in production again.[21] Ingrid Coronado returned as the host, joined by Mauricio Barcelata and Mariana Torres.[22] Alicia Villarreal, Lola Cortés and Luis Coronel serve as judges. On August 31, the show aired a casting special, while the first live concert took place on September 7, and the finale was held on December 21, where the winner received MN$500,000.

Adamaris, Cristopher, Eddy, Michelle, Nahomy & Ximena reached the finale. Eddy Valenzuela was declared the first winner of La Academia Kids.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Eddy Valenzuela 12   Chihuahua
02 Nahomy Campas 12   Sonora
03 Adamaris Madrid 10   Culiacán, Sinaloa
04 Cristopher Vega 08   Guadalajara, Jalisco
05 Ximena Ramos 07   Durango
06 Michelle Gómez 10   Guadalajara, Jalisco
07 Guillermo Romo 11   Estado de México
08 Melany García 10   Guatemala
09 Esaú Juarez 06   Guadalajara
10 Japhet Jaquim 07   Puebla
11 Viviann Baeza 14   Querétaro
12 Cristian Aguilar 13   Monterrey, Nuevo León
13 Lupillo Llamas 09   Tijuana, Baja California
14 Santiago Jiménez 12   Distrito Federal
15 Juan Ángel García 10   San Luis Potosí
16 Corina Agosto 10   Guadalajara, Jalisco
17 Irany Martínez 09   Mexicali, Baja California
18 Daniela Armas 12   Uruapán, Michoacán
19 Sebastián Urdiales 11   Distrito Federal
20 Leslie Alavez 11   Distrito Federal

KIDS: Season 2 (2014)Edit

La Academia
No. of episodes16
Original releaseAugust 30 (2014-08-30) –
December 13, 2014 (2014-12-13)
1st: MN$500,000.00
2nd: MN$250,000.00
3rd: MN$100,000.00

Due to the high ratings Azteca producer Roberto Romagnoli confirmed a second season of the kids version.[23] On July 25, 2014, it was confirmed that Ingrid Coronado will return as the host, joined by Mariana Torres and Carlos Arenas. While Alicia Villarreal, Lolita Cortés, and First Generation's second place, Víctor García will serve as judges. The season premiered on August 16 with a two-week casting special episodes, the first live concert took place on August 30.

Angélica, Alexis, Karla, Nicole, Sarah & Sofía reached the finale. Karla Herrarte was declared the second winner of La Academia Kids, making her the first foreigner to ever win a season of the show.

Place Contestants Age City
01 Karla Herrarte 12   Amatitlán, Guatemala
02 Sarah Silva 11   California, USA
03 Nicole Gatti 09   Veracruz
Alexis Orozco 12   Tijuana, Baja California
04 Angélica Vargas 11   California, USA
05 Sofia Escobar 08   Puebla
06 Giovanni Malvaez 08   Xochimilco, DF
07 Yuawi Lopez 06   Durango
08 Anthon Morales 12   Nuevo León
09 Jose Fernando Hernandez 10   Cd. Victoria, Tamaulipas
10 Jacob Ayala 11   El Dorado, Culiacán
11 Jesus Figueroa 12   Mixco, Guatemala
12 Lolita Mora 12   California, USA
13 Valeria Amarillas 06   Sinaloa
14 Alison Rivera 08   Tabasco
15 Pablo Reina 06   Coahuila
16 Ximena Magaña 12   Jalisco
17 Samantha Castro 10   Veracruz
18 Alejandro Vargas 12   Tecamac, Estado de México
19 Santiago Escobedo 05   Mexicali, Baja California
20 Marco Lopez 11   Azcapotzalco, DF

Notable careersEdit

La Academia has been the most important reality show of Azteca, but not all of the contestants have transcended to a successful career. There are some examples of former La Academia contestants, that have been constantly on the public eye:

  1. Carlos Rivera, was the winner of The Third Generation, and decided to switch from a singing career to musical theater. He has done five plays, one of them being The Lion King Musical in Spain which got him international recognition. Since 2015 he joined Azteca's rival network, Televisa. He plays in El hotel de los secretos ("The Hotel of Secrets"), a Mexican soap-opera based the Spanish TV series Gran Hotel. In 2018, he became one of the 4 coaches of the Mexican version of The Voice's 7th season, produced by Televisa. His latest album Guerra has been a worldwide success, topping the charts all around the world. Rivera has collaborated with artists including the late Juan Gabriel, Thalía, José José, Pandora, Reyli Barba, Ana Torroja, Marta Sánchez, Franco De Vita, Ana Carolina and Daniel Boaventura, Paulo Gonzo, Abel Pintos, and India Martínez.
  2. Yuridia, earned the second place of The Fourth Generation, and has recorded 7 albums including a Primera Fila: Desierto, they have managed to sell 3.5 million copies in Latin America and have received Gold, Platinum and even Diamond certifications.
  3. Melissa Barrera, earned the eighteenth place of The 2011 Generation. From 2012 to 2015 she starred in four telenovelas produced by TV Azteca. In 2018, it was announced that she had been cast as Lyn Hernandez on the new Starz show, Vida, which was renewed for a third season less than a week after the second season's debut. In April 2019, it was announced that Barrera would be starring as Vanessa in the 2020 film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning musical In The Heights.
  4. Yahir was part of The First Generation of this reality, and so far he has been one of the contestants with the most achievements, he has starred in soap-operas and recorded albums which garnered different recognitions.
  5. María Inés Guerra, released only one album after her participation in La Academia. Instead, she kept going as an acknowledged host of important television shows in Azteca, furthermore she was the main antagonist of the 2003 soap opera Enamórate and hosted shows for other networks like Glitz, E! Entertainment Television and Disney Channel.
  6. Nadia was the fifth place of The First Generation, and her 2003 album received Gold and Platinum recognitions, as well as having her duet with Yahir, Contigo Si, on the top charts for 24 weeks. She has recorded several albums in different genres, and one of them earned a Grammy nomination, in addition to 3 Gold and 1 Platinum certifications.
  7. Myriam was the first winner of the reality show, and has sold many records throughout her career. Her discography has received Gold and Platinum certifications.


Season Tour Name Date Place Performers
1 Tour 2002–2003 Auditorio Nacional, Mexico DF
Monterrey, N.L.
Leon, Guanajuato,
Guadalajara, Jalisco
Pachuca, Hidalgo
San Luis Potosí
Morelia, Michoacan
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Hermosillo, Sonora
Mexicali, B.C.
Tijuana, B.C.[42]
Miguel Angel
Ma. Ines
Jose Antonio
First Generation August 24, 2017 Auditorio Nacional, Mexico DF Myriam
Miguel Angel
Ma. Ines
Jose Antonio
4 Tour 2005 July 16, 2005
July 23, 2005
July 24, 2005
July 28, 2005
July 29, 2005
July 30, 2005
July 31, 2005
August 27, 2005
August 28, 2005
September 7, 2005
September 8, 2005
September 9, 2005
September 10, 2005
September 11, 2005
September 23, 2005
September 24, 2005
September 29, 2005
October 1, 2005
October 7, 2005
October 8, 2005
October 9, 2005
Palacio de los Deportes, Mexico DF
San Luis Potosí
Leon, Guanajuato
Las Vegas, USA
Dallas, USA
Hermosillo, Sonora
Los Angeles, USA
Fresno, USA
Sacramento, USA
Monterrey-Salinas, USA
San Jose, USA
Boise Idaho, USA
Houston, Texas
McAllen, Texas
Phoenix, Arizona
Yuma, Arizona
Tucson, Arizona[43][44]
Jose Luis
7 La Nueva Academia Tour May 21, 2010 Auditorio Nacional, Mexico DF[45] Giovanna
Fabiola Jaramillo
9 La Gira que Gira January 28, 2012
January 29, 2012
February 18, 2012[46]
Teatro Blanquita, Mexico DF
Teatro Blanquita, Mexico DF


Show Seasons Concerts Season Premiere Season Finale
1st Desafío de Estrellas 1-2 15 April 6, 2003 July 13, 2003
Homenaje A... 1-2 11 July 20, 2003 September 28, 2003
2nd Desafío de Estrellas 1-4 22 January 8, 2006 June 25, 2006
El Gran Desafío de Estrellas 1-6 14 April 19, 2009 July 26, 2009
Segunda Opportunidad 1-7 + USA 11 March 21, 2010 June 6, 2010

Desafio De Estrellas (2003, 2006, 2009)Edit

Desafío de Estrellas is a Mexican musical show produced and distributed by Azteca, the second most important network in the country. The format of the Desafío is similar to American Idol with contestants eliminated every week and a grand finale with the top contestants competing to win the first place prize. Azteca has, until 2006, produced two versions of the program, one in 2003 and the other in 2006.

  • The 2003 version consisted only of former contestants of La Academia, another Azteca-produced show which had already garnished two seasons and, in the process, taken away rating from Televisa, the prime network of the country.
  • The 2006 version, on the other hand, consisted of both former contestants of La Academia (all four seasons), as well as other artists produced by Azteca in the middle and late 90s.
  • Later in 2009 a third season took place with former contestants of the six seasons of la academia.

Homenaje a...(2003)Edit

Tribute to... placed season 1 and 2 contestants against each other each Sunday to compete for MN$100,000.

Segunda Oportunidad (2010)Edit

Second Chance premiered on March 21, 2010. This show featured former contestants from seasons 1 to 7 who competed for a second chance at the competition and the music industry. The show featured 53 contestants from the 7 generations of "La Academia" and "La Academia USA". On March 4, 50 contestants were announced, the other two will be chosen by voters on the internet. On March 10, they announced the composition of 13 teams of four members each.

International versionEdit

International Version
Region Local name Channel Winner Main Presenters
Central America
La Academia Centroamérica Azteca Guatemala

Season 1, 2013: May Velasquez

Carlos Guerrero (season 1)
Celina Chanta (season 1)
Gustavo Vallecillo (season 1)
  Greece House of Fame Skai TV Season 1, 2021: Upcoming season TBA
  Indonesia Akademi Fantasi Indosiar Indosiar

Season 1, 2003: Veri Affandi
Season 2, 2004: Theodora Meilani Setyawati
Season 3, 2004: Putu Sutha Natawijaya
Season 4, 2005: Ade Alfonso
Season 5, 2006: Tri Widi Nugroho
Season 6, 2013: Stefanny Patilaya

Adi Nugroho (Season 1 - Season 6)
Najib Ali (Season 4)
Bianca Liza(Season 6)
AFI Junior Indosiar

Season 1, 2004: Samuel Dharmawan
Season 2, 2004-2005: Deasy
Season 3, 2005: Adi

  Malaysia Akademi Fantasia Astro Ria

Season 1, 2003: Vincent Chong Ying-Cern
Season 2, 2004: Ahmad Zahid Baharuddin
Season 3, 2005: Asmawi Ani
Season 4, 2006: Mohammad Faizal Ramly
Season 5, 2007: Norsyarmilla Jirin
Season 6, 2008: Stracie Angie Anam
Season 7, 2009: Mohd Hafiz Mohd Suip
Season 8, 2010: Ahmad Shahir Zawawi
Season 9, 2011: Hazama Ahmad Azmi
Season 10, 2013: Faizul
Season 11, 2014: Firman
Season 12, 2015: Sufi

Aznil Nawawi (Season 1-Season 5, season 9)
Jimmy Shanley (season 8)
Sarimah Ibrahim (season 6-season 8)
AC Mizal (season 6-season 7)
Seelan Paul(season 1)
Zizan Razak (New Version, season 10 AF 2013)
  Paraguay La Academia Telefuturo

Season 1, 2013: Marilina Bogado

Dani Da Rosa (season 1)
  Singapore Sunsilk Academy Fantasia StarHub TV

Season 1, 2012: Hui Xian

Louis Wu & Ophelia Su Bei Ru (season 1)
  Thailand True Academy Fantasia True Visions

Season 1, 2004: Vit, Pacharapol Jantieng
Season 2, 2005:Aof, Supanat Chalermchaichareonkij
Season 3, 2006: Tui, Kiatkamol Lata
Season 4, 2007: Nat, Nat Sakdatorn
Season 5, 2008: Natthew, Nat Thewphaingam
Season 6, 2009: Zani, Nipaporn Thitithanakarn
Season 7, 2010: Por, Aunnop Tongborrisut
Season 8, 2011: Ton, Thanasit Chaturapush
Season 9, 2012: Ice, Pornpassorn Chaianannithi
Season 10, 2013: Tungbeer, Phurivach Teerachad
Season 11, 2014: Aim, Sathida Pinsinchai
Season 12, 2015: Max, Apisorn Sukawatnasai

Settha Sirachaya (Season 1-Season 12)
  United States La Academia USA Azteca América

Season 1, 2005-2006: Mariana Vargas

Alan Tacher (season 1)
Fernando del Solar (season 1)
  Japan Super Idol Fantasia TV Tokyo

Season 1,

Yasuyuki Oda

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