Sálvame offered on his delivery of Monday, January 17, an extensive advance of the next Rocío Carrasco project in Mediaset. Telecinco space showed how Rocío Jurado's daughter opened the containers with her mother's belongings and she was excited to see some of them again.
Ay Mom, the song with which Rigoberta Bandini will compete at Benidorm Fest, is the soundtrack of a six-minute advance that served to close the premiere of Sálvame Lemon Tea.
The EX of Antonio David Flores taught a painting of his grandmother Rosario, a portrait of his mother painted by Antonio Montiel and a bust of her, among other objects. "She kept everything, she did not throw anything away," she said when she opened a suitcase.
The protagonist of dew, telling the truth to continue alive could not contain the tears by finding a pledge of his progenitor: "I did not know if he was here, I did not know if he still existed, I have the image of it with this robe, with the curls and A handkerchief. This is coming with me. " She also unfolded the figure of the angel that decorated her room and laughed when she saw a folder from her era as a student.
Rocío Carrasco sent his familiar objects he found in the containers who keep his mother's belongings. "They go to your place to give them," she pointed to several cloakists and photographs of José Ortega Cano.
He also taught portraits of Gloria Camila and José Fernando held in New York in 2000. "How beautiful!" He exclaimed. Then he began to browse a notebook drawing from his brothers, but he did not want to reveal his content: "I'm not going to read it because it's from them. There is a drawing dedicated to his father and another to his mother. I give it to them, that It's your childhood. "
One of the boxes pulled out a huge drum and explained that Rocío Jurado had him in a Tablao. "It always touched my uncle Amador, would it give it back, because it also touched it," he said at the possibility of getting rid of the instrument.
Save me later revealed that Ortega Cano did not want to pick up the boxes that Carrasco sent him through a messaging service. Omar Suárez was at the gates of the bullfighter's house and counted: "He says that if he wants to get the boxes what he has to do is that his lawyer gets in touch with his."
The video of Rocío Carrasco who offered Sálvame on Monday, January 17 ended with the announcement of a new production starring her and that will be called Montealto, return to the house.
The team responsible for this format is building a huge dollhouse on the outskirts of Madrid, as a replica of which was the housing of Rocío Jurado during its last 20 years. "The life of the best female voice of the twentieth century in Spain through more than 1,000 objects. Very soon," he says the message with which he finishes the piece.Date Of Update: 18 January 2022, 06:00