I would have to disagree with the other comment left here. I had an opportunity to watch the show with my wife in Panama, who absolutely adores it. (By the way, in Spanish, "felicidades" means "Congratulations". Generally, all the names announced before the song are people having birthdays.)
Very true, that if you don't speak Spanish, you'll have very little idea of what is going on. It is very much a comedy-variety show. They like to bring in people to impersonate music celebrites, or have guests act out scenes from a telenovela, or cook, or do any number of things, and have the celebrity panel rate the act or the food or the whatever one through five. (And when they unanimously give a five, they get up and dance.)
I was initally drawn to the show because of my wife's love of it, and my love of staring at Galalea, but I stayed because it's fun if you know what is going on.
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