Valeria vegas pareja

Valeria vegas pareja

Valeria vegas on #yomequedoencasa: “la veneno is a great activist for transgender rights.

Great activist for the rights of transsexuals, Veleria Vegas is today an example for the new generations of people who find themselves in the same situation she faced in her day. Circumstances that partly pushed her to write the biography that made her make the definitive leap to popularity: Ni puta, ni santa. The memoirs of La Veneno.
The sudden death of the former ‘muse’ of the program Esta noche cruzamos el Mississippi, presented by Pepe Navarro (68), put Valeria in the spotlight, and she was one of those in charge of transmitting to the media some details of the process that was carried out with the body of the Almeria-born singer after her mysterious death. Once she was out of the ‘Veneno universe’, her activity as a social chronicle journalist was gaining strength. A path that has led her to be part of the medium she adored so much during her childhood and adolescence: television.
With the irruption of formats dedicated to reviewing the life of illustrious characters of the social chronicle of our country, Valeria has managed to occupy a place in these spaces.  Hormigas Blancas (Telecinco) or Lazos de Sangre (La1) are two good examples of this, which do not hesitate to seat Valeria in their corresponding sets when the occasion requires it, since in matters that have to do with the newspaper archive, there are no secrets for her.

Javier calvo, javier ambrossi and valeria vegas present

In December 2019, Atresmedia began shooting the biographical series entitled Veneno (based on her book and forming part of the team), created by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, and played by Jedet, Daniela Santiago and Isabel Torres in three different stages of Cristina Ortiz’s life. In it, Vegas is played by the Canarian model and actress Lola Rodríguez.[15][16][15][17][18][19][19][20][21][22][23][23][23][23
After the publication of her book ¡Digo! Ni puta ni santa. Las memorias de La Veneno she was denounced by the family of Cristina Ortiz, who accused her of falsification of a commercial document and simulation of a contract. She had to submit to a writing body test to prove that she was free of guilt.[3] The book was published by the family of Cristina Ortiz.

Valeria vegas is grateful to javier calvo and javier ambrossi.

Also the success of Veneno, seen from the outside, because the American who is watching the series does it with different eyes than ours, who have the character as very settled, preconceived. We have a judgment made, something that those who see it from the outside, it seems all fiction. They don’t know who she is and they receive it much more innocently.
Recently we have seen you in Rocío, contar la verdad para seguir viva and La hora de La 1, is the LGTBI collective sufficiently represented on TV sets as opinionated voices?
In my case, I am very grateful to the television media. I have gone through different channels, right now in La hora de La 1 and occasionally in Rocío, contar la verdad para seguir viva or Hormigas Blancas, and I have gone for what I had to contribute analytically or journalistically to a topic. It is very positive and says a lot about how we have evolved.
We have analyzed the presence of the collective in reality shows, focusing on those that incorporate dating and based on relationships such as La isla de las tentaciones, would it be positive to include diverse profiles so that the type of idylls that could be included were not only heteronormative?

Valeria vegas: “an incredible cry of joy and emotion.

In December 2019, Atresmedia began filming the biographical series entitled Veneno (based on her book and forming part of the team), created by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, and played by Jedet, Daniela Santiago and Isabel Torres in three different stages of Cristina Ortiz’s life. In it, Vegas is played by the Canarian model and actress Lola Rodríguez.[15][16][15][17][18][19][19][20][21][22][23][23][23][23
After the publication of her book ¡Digo! Ni puta ni santa. Las memorias de La Veneno she was denounced by the family of Cristina Ortiz, who accused her of falsification of a commercial document and simulation of a contract. She had to submit to a writing body test to prove that she was free of guilt.[3] The book was published by the family of Cristina Ortiz.

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