Celebrities Transform Into Music Idols to Compete for a Good Cause in Univision’s “Tu Cara Me Suena”

Press Release

March 17, 2022

The eight celebrities participating in the international hit music competition “Tu Cara Me Suena” (Your Face Sounds Familiar) will own the stage and the hearts of families with jaw-dropping transformations and performances, all for a good cause starting on Sunday, March 27, at 8:00 p.m. ET on Univision.

Each week, celebrities will work with choreographers, vocal coaches, staging and acting experts to deliver memorable performances of legendary music idols from all genres. Then, they will go into “el clonador” (the clone machine) for an extreme makeover and physically transform into the music icon they will impersonate. The judges will rank each performance every night, and celebrities will be able to give extra points to fellow participants. At the end of each gala, the star with the most points will win $5,000 for their charity. In addition, the celebrity with the most accumulated points at the end of the season will be declared winner and receive $50,000 for their organization.

The designated charities represent a variety of causes, from civil rights to children’s healthcare. The celebrities and their charities are:

Ninel Conde – Unidos por la Música (UPLM), promotes economic self-sufficiency and upward mobility to low-income community residents through education and the power of music.

Manny Cruz – UNICEF, works to deliver essentials that give every child an equitable chance in life, including health care and immunizations, safe water and sanitation, nutrition, education, and emergency relief.

Christian Daniel – Fundación Santa María de Los Ángeles, based in San Juan, PR, provides shelter and support to young pregnant women, who lack family support, a safe home and the financial resources to care for their pregnancy and their baby in a healthy and responsible way.

Kika Edgar – St. Jude, a leading pediatric research hospital that treats kids with cancer and other life-threatening diseases from all 50 states and around the world.

Helen Ochoa – League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the largest and oldest Hispanic organization in the United States with a mission of advancing the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs.

Sherlyn – Teletón USA, the Children’s Rehabilitation Institute TeletonUSA (CRIT) serves children in the United States with neurological, muscular, and skeletal disabilities through a comprehensive, compassionate, state-of-the-art rehabilitation program focused on family healing and inclusion.

Michael Stuart – Ola del Cielo, based in Puerto Rico, provides youth with special needs including Down Syndrome and Autism access to water sports and other activities such as art, and dance as a therapeutic and fun experience for enjoyment, confidence, and self-esteem.

Yahir – A National Latina Organization (MANA), contributes the leading Latina voice on many of the major issues in the public sphere, particularly in the areas of education, health and well-being, financial literacy, equal and civil rights, and immigration reform.

Hosted by Rafael Araneda and Ana Brenda Contreras, “Tu Cara me Suena” has a panel of judges comprised by recognized stars in the music and entertainment industry, including television host and actress Charytín Goyco; Latin GRAMMY ® winner Victor Manuelle; singer and composer Eden Muñoz; and actress, singer, comedian and radio personality Angélica Vale.