Peru has talent 2022: meet the conductors, judges and more details of the premiere

There is nothing missing. In the last hours the social networks from Peru has talent, they have been increasing their interactivity with the public, as they began to reveal a little more of their premiere.

As it is remembered, the program has been generating intrigue since 2021, however, little was said about its premiere since they only invited the participants to do their casting.

Now, from its official accounts, a little more is known about this gigantic Latina production, as it will have the presence of characters who have not stepped on its facilities for a long time.

Peru has talent 2022: drivers

First of all we have the program hosts, in the videos we observe Mathías Brivio, who long ago was a figure of America Television and now he would be getting ready to lead this format. Will you have a companion?

At the moment it is not known if the presenter will have someone as a ‘partner’, however, it is an idea that would be around.

  • Mathías Brivio

Peru has talent 2022: juries

We also observe the long-awaited jury, we have surprises like the return to Peruvian television of Ricardo Morán, who left his job to spend quality time with his family.

We have four marks, which would confirm who the jurors are, because as it is recalled, each X belongs to the character who approves or disapproves of the talent that is presented.

  • Renzo schuller
  • Ricardo Moran
  • Mimy Succar Tayrako (Tony Succar’s mother)
  • Gianella neyra

Peru has talent 2022: details

Some details that you should know is that the program will have all kinds of talents, each one more extravagant than the other, in the advance of the premiere video we observe groups and soloists.

In addition, there is the presence of the mother of Tony Succar, Mimy Succar Tayrako, who fascinated from his presentation in La Voz Perú, where he made more than one cry with his beautiful voice.

You cannot miss this production that Latina has for you, so you will know all the details here at El Popular.