This Monday the tension in the Matinal Program Aruser @ s of the sixth has risen several integers. Everything went in principle on the silk on the set, but in the middle of the song that Pablo Alborán prepared on acoustic for the Latin Grammy everything jumped through the air.
- "It is the typical issue that then interprets Anabel Pantoja and there are possibilities to be challenged," said Alfonso Arús. That with Pedro, Pedro, Pedro does not pass ... ", added the Catalan presenter and humorist.
- "OR with one of Raffaella Carrá," then Patricia Benítez snapped
- "That's why, I just said. Where are you?" Arús recriminated her.
- "It's that I did not know it was from Raffaella. Sorry," added the collaborator.
- "Did not you know that it is Pedro, Pedro, p? Please, Max [In Allusion to the Technical Headline of the Program] Can you look for Pedro, Pedro, P .... How can anyone ignore what is already something part of the Musical culture of all our history, "Arús continued ridiculizing his tablem.
It is not the first time that the collaborator receives harsh criticism of the director and presenter of Aruser live. Thus, on May 21 during the Sixth Program, Alfonso Arús shot of irony to throw a message an earned the collaborator of her "stress" at work.
"You can not take all the work home, you're so dedicated to work, that you take everything home and then your dog gets a stress attack," he said in full full. Arús referred to a news about pets that can absorb the stress of their owners.
After these statements, which caused certain laughter among the participants of the program, Patricia Benítez was not cut into responding to Arús: "I am tranquilita, I do not take anything home. I stress little."
The song referenced by Alfonso Arús was one of the great successes of the Italian singer Raffaella Carrá who died on July 5. The letter, according to years before the television presenter before, emerged from one of the great lovers who had the singer on one of the tours of Argentina.
Some sources, attribute this romance with a local entrepreneur, but also other information support the theory that this relationship was with a component of its ballet.
The song belongs to the Latin album that Raffaella Carrá launched in 1980 and whose lyrics of the songs were written by Franco Bracardi for the Sony BMG Music label.
On the other hand, it should also be highlighted that the Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar also gave tribute to the Italian artist in parallel mothers, his last film during the scenes he interprets Penelope Cruz. Much of the styling used replicates the employee for years by the singer Rafaella Carrá.Updated Date: 08 November 2021, 13:55