¡Vivan los niños!
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¡Vivan los niños! is a Mexican telenovela for children that premiered in 2002. It ran for 155 episodes and finished in 2003. The opening, Vivan los niños, was recorded by the Latin pop group OV7. One of its closing themes, also entitled Vivan los niños, was performed by Cuban-American singer and songwriter Ana Cristina. The show is a version of the Argentinian telenovela "Jacinta Pichimahuida, la maestra que no se olvida". The series starred Andrea Legarreta as 2nd grade teacher Lupita Gómez. After the series ended, Andrea became the long-time host of the morning talk show Hoy. On July 12, 2012, in celebration of Andrea's birthday, the producers of Hoy reunited her with the young actors who played her students on the series.
Miyu Irino (入野 自由, Irino Miyu, born February 19, 1988) is a Japanese actor and voice actor. He voiced Haku in Spirited Away, Shoya Ishida in A Silent Voice, Yuichiro Hyakuya in Seraph of the End, Jinta "Jintan" Yadomi in Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day, Nuts in Yes! PreCure 5 and its sequel GoGo!, Apollon Agana Belea in Kamigami no Asobi and Sora in the Kingdom Hearts video game series. He released his debut mini-album Soleil on June 26, 2009 and his first single album, Faith, on November 25, 2009. On December 2016, he announced that he was gone hiatus to study abroad, which he had been considering on that time.
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