A Latino just won FOX’s American Idol, and now four Latinos (Raquel Castro, Javier Colon, Vicci Martinez and Xenia) have advanced to the live rounds on NBC's hit singing competition, The Voice. That means there's a good chance that one of them could win the whole competition! Get to know the four Latinos who are competing to become The Voice.
Raquel Castro (Team Christina)
Genre: Pop/R & B
Why we love her: Raquel Castro is tiny, but her talent is large. The part-Puerto Rican actress-singer (best known for her role as Jennifer Lopez's daughter in the 2004 movie, Jersey Girl) wowed Christina Aguilera during her very first audition when she sang the Leona Lewis hit, "Bleeding Love." Christina, who is 5'1, loved that Raquel had a big, strong voice despite her size, joking, "I know from experience that great things come in small packages." Last week, Raquel showed off her big voice once again when she sang the hit Rihanna song, "Only Girl in the World" in a battle with fellow contestant Julia Eason.