RTVE confirmed at the end of May that Ramón García will once again lead the legendary Grand Prix, which will return to La 1 in the summer of 2023. The Basque will be the host of a new season 18 years after its last broadcast on the public channel , but you will not be alone. Michelle Calvó and Cristinini will also be presenters of the format, as revealed by Vertele on Wednesday, June 7.
Michelle Calvó is an actress born in Madrid in 1991 and raised in Tenerife. Although she stood out as a volleyball player in her youth and wanted to be an athlete, she ended up focusing on the world of acting. After small appearances in episodes of Toledo, Crossroads, Aída, Bienvenidos al Lolita and Isabel, she made the leap to cinema in 2014 with El club de los incomprendidos, a film directed by Carlos Sedes and based on a novel by Blue Jeans.
In 2015, she joined the cast of Amar es para siempre, a daily series on Antena 3 in which she gave life to Sofía Contreras for more than 250 episodes. She subsequently went through fictions such as I would like, Cupid, Ours, State Secrets, Devil's Watches, Disappeared and Mothers. Love and life. One of her upcoming projects is the third season of Entrevías, where she will get into the skin of Dulce, Ezequiel's goddaughter (Luis Zahera).
Calvó also has experience in other formats on the small screen. She worked as a collaborator in Zapeando and has been invited to Pasapalabra on more than one occasion. In addition, she was one of the contestants of Tonight I win, a program that Telecinco offered in the summer of 2022.
Cristina López, born in Tarragona in 1989, is better known as Cristinini. She is one of the most popular streamers in the world and has more than 3.3 million followers on Twitch.
He has presented a multitude of events related to eSports, formats on YouTube and others organized by content creators, such as La Velada del Año de Ibai Llanos or the Kings League. She is the host of Hoy No Se Sale, which can be seen on the Ubeat platform, and she was part of the Vodafone Yu team.
He also has experience in television. In addition to collaborating on Zapeando, she has been a reporter for DAZN. One of her upcoming works is Time Zone, which will premiere on HBO Max in July. The platform describes this bet as "a video game in the real world."
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