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Juliette Ojeda Biography – Juliette Ojeda Wiki

Juliette Ojeda is a first-generation Cuban-American from Miami. Ojeda is a contestant in season 24 of The Voice.

She is studying Musical Theatre at The Boston Conservatory. She gained recognition for her viral singing TikTok’s @thatonecubangirl.

According to her website, her musical influences are La India, Olivia Rodrigo, Ariana Grande, Tori Kelly, and Lady Gaga.

She has stated her favorite past roles include Ariel (The Little Mermaid), Janet (The Drowsy Chaperone), and Gertrude McFuzz (Seussical). Juliette was also a finalist at the National Shakespeare Competition.

The Miami-born singer is a fluent Spanish speaker and is devoted to authentically representing the Latiné experience on stage and screen.

Juliette Ojeda Age

Ojeda is 20 years old as of 2023. She was born in Hialeah, Florida, United States.

Juliette Ojeda The Voice

The Florida-based singer is a contestant in season 24 of The Voice – Blind Auditions. She sang a rendition of “Hopelessly Devoted to You” by Olivia Newton-John. She added her own Spanish-language verses and a production change.

Judges Reba McEntire, Niall Horan, and Gwen Stefani all turned their chairs following her performance.

“You’re such a dynamic artist,” Legend told Ojeda after her performance. “That was such a fun performance. It was like a rollercoaster.”

“I would love to coach you because I feel like I could teach you control,” Stefani said. “I just love your spirit. I can see that you’re ready to blossom.”

It was Horan’s turn next. Before he said anything, Ojeda jumped in to tell him that she was “a Directioner”–the nickname for One Direction fans. Horan’s fellow judges rolled their eyes at his inherent leg up with younger contestants.

“Juliette that was crazy in a really good way,” Horan said. “We don’t get too many bilingual singers on here. Where did you start your singing journey?”

“No one in my family does this,” Ojeda replied. “I’m a first-generation Cuban American. My parents have sacrificed their lives to come to this country. It would be silly for me not to follow my dreams. They followed theirs, so why can’t I?”

Ojeda chose Gwen as her coach.

Juliette Ojeda Family

The singer is a first-generation Cuban-American who grew up in Miami with her parents. Both her parents were originally from Cuba and left to escape communism. Juliette’s dad showed her different genres of music at a young age, and her mom introduced her to theater and films.

Ojeda was brought to tears thinking about how much her mom and dad gave up to help ensure that she has the life she currently has.

“To have such supportive parents means that I can blindly trust what I want to follow, what I want to do,” she said.

Juliette Ojeda Nationality

Ojeda is of Cuban and American nationalities. She is a first-generation Cuban-American.


Her Instagram handle is @thatonecubangirl.