Antenna 3 El Hormiguero | Bárbara Rey points out and accuses

Bárbara Rey has found a new home

Antenna 3 El Hormiguero | Bárbara Rey points out and accuses

Bárbara Rey has found a new home. First, the Cristo y Rey series that can be seen on Atresplayer; in nothing, the docuseries Una vida Bárbara: Bárbara, portrait of a survivor that will be broadcast on Antena 3; and last night at El Hormiguero. In Mediaset they no longer want her, she is banned, and Bárbara Rey is no longer silent. She points out, accuses and talks about black hands and "dangerous liaisons". "We know a lot of who they were. Some left, but others continue." She didn't need to say a single name, she already spoke to her before. And it is that Bárbara Rey will no longer be silent.

If he sits down at El Hormiguero to talk about the series and the docuseries, it's clear that he's going to talk about many things that he couldn't name or say anything for years. It is clear that Pablo Motos was going to ask him about King Juan Carlos, about the ill-treatment of Ángel Cristo. There were no new questions, nor were there any answers that he hadn't already given. In fact, in Risto Mejide's Viajando con Chester he already said everything and, surely, in the docuseries that Antena 3 will premiere shortly he will retell everything, everything, and more.

The curious thing about the life of Bárbara Rey is that even if she tells the same thing again, what she says never ceases to amaze you. As he assured Pablo Motos last night, "to live, to live, yes, I have, but not in the way that many people think I have lived, who believe that it was the party, father. No, that is not living It's living situations, moments, getting out, sinking you and coming back up."

Bárbara Rey is a great television personality. That life that she spoke of last night in El Hormiguero, that of situations, moments, that of sinking and rising up hides so many things behind it that even if she repeats it a thousand times, it generates such magnetism that ignoring it, vetoing it and covering it up is very unintelligent. The life of Bárbara Rey, although she admits that you can't tell everything because it wouldn't fit in one series or a thousand, is a fascinating life. There is everything, conspiracies, recordings, monarchy, mistreatment, separations, impossible loves, vetoes, black hands, "dangerous friendships"...

So every time you sit on a set or in a program, success is guaranteed. Tell Risto Mejide that his interview with Bárbara Rey gave him the audience record for Viajando con Chester. However, and from what she herself revealed last night, keeping what could end up in a lawsuit - and the oven for lawsuits is not there - the story, her story, does not yet have a final chapter.

She spoke last night about her childhood, promising Daniel Écija, creator of the Cristo y Rey series, that she was not going to tell too much so as not to burst the cake, that her mother never wanted her, that she did everything possible to abort, that "she beat herself in the stomach, she would go down the stairs seated, she would put her feet in boiling water" so that María Margarita García García -Bárbara Rey- would not see the light of the sun. But Maria was born and survived, portrait of a survivor.

"When I was three months old I was very sick and I was beyond here. And when I grew up sometimes I was late or my mother found out that I had gone dancing with my friends and then she always told me the same thing, that when I was so bad I should have died," said Bárbara Rey. A childhood that marked what would come later. In fact, Pablo Motos asked her if this lack of affection as a child is the affection that she later sought as an adult. Yes and no.

"Yes, but I have not known how to look for that affection well, although I have always been looking for it," he stated bluntly. "I couldn't understand that people adored me. I never thought I would be so famous. I liked that, but I always thought of having a family and having children and if I didn't get married, it was clear that I was going to have a child," he said. .

Few characters in El Hormiguero eat up the 50 minutes of the program. Since last night, Bárbara Rey is already part of that privileged club, including Miguel Ángel Revilla or Arturo Pérez-Reverte or the politicians who decided to sit in front of Pablo Motos. Only those who have something to tell have the whole program to themselves. And it is that Bárbara Rey has so much, so much, so much.

It is true that, although she says that it is because of her age, memories and the present are intermingled and it is difficult to follow her stories. But it is not because of age, far from it, Bárbara Rey has a very well furnished head. It is because her whole life is linked by a thin, almost invisible thread in which one thing leads to another, the other leads to the next, and the next returns to one.

Bárbara Rey is not called that because it has nothing to do with King Juan Carlos. María was 22 years old when she and a friend of hers took a list of Hollywood stars and another of famous men in Spain. She came out first Barbra and then Rey for Fernando Rey. It was the year 73, not even Juan Carlos was king nor was he projected to be. The King thing would come much later.

It all started with a phone call while she was shooting a movie. It was her friend Charo of hers who took that first call, which Bárbara Rey never believed was real. "I told him: 'Come on, stop bullshitting!'" "The first conversation little less than I sent him to hell because I thought he was a comedian because he was not normal. And he gave me a number and said: 'call and ask for me'. I stayed there, because the same is true And, indeed, I called and it was him. At that moment I wanted the earth to swallow me. I asked him for forgiveness, "said the artist.

Later many more calls would come and yes, the visits to the Zarzuela would also come. Bárbara Rey insists a lot on this, that she was in Zarzuela, but that nothing ever happened there. "I wondered why me. Over the years I understood that it was nothing strange. I didn't feel important but missed. I was shocked," explained the actress.

Before the first meeting there were many calls - "I never called him 'crown'" -, until the first date. She went to look for an official car and the first meeting took place, the first of many. She assures, although in the series the opposite is understood, that she was never in love with King Juan Carlos, that he was "very fond of him", but that he never fell in love with her. She fell in love with her she did with Ángel Cristo: "He was a snake charmer and I didn't discover the violent part of him until later."

Yes, he also spoke of the mistreatment he suffered throughout his marriage to Ángel Cristo. And she wanted to make it clear that when she said in the Risto program that she had fallen in love with the tamer again, what she was referring to is that she has managed to remember the good times again, which there were also. She did not want to go into too many details about the beatings she suffered, how she came to shoot "with some new bullets that were made of steel and had the finest point", nor how they had to spend a year living together after the divorce. . The feeling is that Bárbara Rey does not want to make firewood from the fallen tree. No, for her, not even for the memory of Ángel Cristo, but for her children, for Sofi and hers, her Angel.

"There are people who are so insecure that they hurt you and if you forgive them they feel better. When he was cheating on me with others, because Ángel was with many women, he did everything possible for me to forgive him because if I forgave him it was sign that I loved him very much. Even Pablo Motos hallucinated.

Her affair with the emeritus King ended when Bárbara Rey left everything for the circus and for Ángel Cristo. After the divorce they met again, but now it was Bárbara Rey who had the upper hand. The easy thing is to think that the vedette had everything easier because she was the lover of the King. Well no. "Yes, it complicated my life," she confessed openly. "There are people who think that I am an opportunist for speaking up. It makes me laugh because a lot of people have talked about this here," she said.

But now it is no longer that Bárbara Rey says that she was the lover, one of many, of Don Juan Carlos, it is that now Bárbara Rey has no qualms, nor mince words, nor fear, nor anything, in acknowledging that, in addition of the relationship they had, the King was not good to her. She speaks of him with great respect, she even did not hesitate last night in El Hormiguero to say that "he has done bad things, but also good" and that "there are people who have done worse things and are still in Spain."

Bárbara Rey forgives, but does not forget. And she does not forget that when she needed her help, he did not give it to her: "I had very difficult moments and he was not up to the task and I was behaving very well." Carrying very well... Curious. What Bárbara Rey is referring to, although she does not say it openly, is that she was aware that they were being recorded - "they were recording everything" - that she was the King's lover, and she always remained deathly silent. Until she, speaking in silver, her ovaries swelled. He also says that when he needed money so that his parents did not lose everything they had after his brother's business failure, the King was the only one who bought him one of his diamonds: "He gave me 4 million pesetas, although it cost me 12. He knew it".

There are so many things that the King should know and there are so many things that Bárbara Rey knows. So many that the final firework was missing. Like the best circus shows, the best is always saved for last. Bárbara Rey left the bombshell for the last 15 seconds of the interview. And do not think that it was something that Pabo Motos looked for, or something that came from a question from the presenter. Bárbara Rey wanted to release it, she wanted to release the hare and she released it. Boy did she let go!

Without giving names, without putting the target in front of anyone, Bárbara Rey revealed what everyone in this world has been talking about for three weeks: the reason for her veto in Mediaset: "I filed a complaint against another chain for calling me a prostitute and everything. The compensation was 30,000 euros and the lawyer had to be paid... And now they don't name me. Now it turns out that I have found that with an extraordinary program that has had its best audience, now I have no place in that chain ".

Bárbara Rey talks about Mediaset, about the veto that the group has decided on 13 of its most popular faces, including Bárbara Rey. The logical thing would have been to think that she was vetoed because she had signed several things with Atresmedia. Well no. The veto comes from "dangerous liaisons": "Follow the trail of vetoes that come from where they come from. Who were the dangerous liaisons? Many of us know who the dangerous liaisons were. Some left, but others continue and there are descendants." A good listener, few words are enough.

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