'American Song Contest': Florida's Ale Zabala's performance slammed as 'pink and flirty'

Ale Zabala's song 'Flirt' seems to have received mix reviews when it came down to it


                            'American Song Contest': Florida's Ale Zabala's performance slammed as 'pink and flirty'
Ale Zabala on 'American Song Contest' (NBC)
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With artists from each state across the country competing against each other, 'American Song Contest' pits familiar faces and upcoming talent against each other while bringing a whole range of genres to one stage!

Week 3 of 'American Song Contest' sees the states of Alaska, Louisiana, Florida, Texas and Tennessee, among others, take centre stage!

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Representing Florida was Ale Zabala, who was all set to take centre stage. Zabala lived in Columbia until age 3, before she and her family moved to Florida and her Latin roots certainly have a big impact on her music. She noted to her that Miami was the best city in the world and she was happy to call it home. Zabala was grateful for the opportunity to perform on the 'American Song Contest' stage and was all set to unleash her song, 'Flirt' on the world!

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Fans were on the fence when it came to Ale Zabala's performance, with some praising the production value and vocals, while others didn't seem to care much for either. "Song 6: Florida. It's so pink and flirty! This is a catchy bop, but honestly could've been more effective with fewer dancers. It's fun, but will it qualify hm #AmericanSongContest" tweeted a fan. "A shopping cart full of disco balls? So so so much pink? A big ass flamingo? Extremely my sh*t." added another. "Honestly Ale is by far the best tonight #AmericanSongContest" tweeted a fan. "I'm feeling this, but dear God ... turn down the backing track. If you told me her mic was off, I'd believe you. #AmericanSongContest" countered another.

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'American Song Contest' airs on Monday, at 8/7c on NBC. You can vote for your favourite performances on the NBC website, the NBC app and TikTok. You can also stream your favourite artists' songs on your preferred music streaming app.

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