Televisión Survivientes 2023 starts with five nominees before the contest begins

Telecinco will broadcast the first Survivors 2023 gala on the night of Thursday, March 2, with the traditional helicopter jumps and the mud game

Televisión Survivientes 2023 starts with five nominees before the contest begins

Telecinco will broadcast the first Survivors 2023 gala on the night of Thursday, March 2, with the traditional helicopter jumps and the mud game. Five contestants have been nominated before the premiere of the new edition, as explained by Laura Madrueño on the channel's website and in the special Primeras horas en Honduras, available on Mitele Plus.

A video shows that the 17 participants met in Madrid to meet each other and received the presenter's instructions: "The time has come to nominate. Take your blackboards and write the names of the two people you want to see out of the contest from now on. Here the game begins and this game must be sincere and real."

An advance shows the first controversy of the edition. Raquel Mosquera starred in it when explaining why she had chosen Raquel Arias: "My feeling is that maybe for another type of program or for a catwalk, because of how beautiful you are, yes, but I don't see you if maybe we have to then be companions... Maybe two Raqueles are many. Either I have leftovers or you have leftovers".

These words outraged Adara Molinero, who decided to nominate the hairdresser. "This is very difficult because it's obvious, we don't know each other. We vote, as you all have said, through 'feeling' and first impressions," she shared.

The winner of GH VIP 7 indicated that she had changed one of the names on her board and addressed Arias: "I had written to you. They have told you that they consider you a rival, but at the same time they tell you that it may only be serve to model. And that has touched my nose a lot … Women are good for much more than modeling. Much more, all of them".

Another preview of the 'reality' reveals that the first five nominees for Survivors 2023 are Raquel Mosquera, Raquel Arias, Artùr Dainese, Sergio Garrido and Bosco Blach Martínez-Bordiú. "You are not going to live this adventure," Madrueño told them.

The host of the 'reality' explained that the five nominees were separated from the group: "I assure you that they have traveled in very different conditions to Honduras." A video shows how they go with their suitcases around the island, while their companions appear toasting on the plane.

Only the 12 that were saved will jump out of the helicopter at the first gala. The presenter announced that the 17 participants will meet again: "Those not named will discover that the five nominees have already arrived in Honduras, as some suspect." However, what they don't know is that those voted will live in the area known as No Man's Land and they are immune.

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