Amaia Montero, one of the most emblematic figures of Spanish pop music, celebrates her 47th birthday today at an important moment in her life. After a period of three years away from the stage and the media, Montero has been facing a hard stage in life, marked by personal and health problems that have aroused the concern of her followers.
However, the artist has recently reappeared on social networks, showing signs of notable improvement, sharing a smiling photo with her sister Idoia, who has become one of her emotional pillars in these difficult times.
Those closest to her have recently confirmed that the artist is smiling again, which suggests a possible return to music. Although it is still early to talk about a return to the stage, Montero will blow out 47 candles today, perhaps as a symbol that the darkest days could be behind him.
His life, in recent years, has been an emotional and physical carousel that has worried both fans and the media. Just a few months ago, it was revealed on the Espejo Público program that the former vocalist of La Oreja de Van Gogh had been admitted to the Baeta María Ana Hospital in Madrid to undergo surgery on one hand. Later, it was learned that the singer had been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit.
This series of alarming events reached its climax late last year, when Montero shared a somber message on social media: "If hope is the last thing to die and I haven't lost it yet, what good is life to me?" This enigmatic and worrying message opened the door to speculation and raised alerts about the singer's mental well-being.
However, everything seems to indicate that the singer is going through a personal renaissance. The recent image that she has shared with her sister on her social networks could be interpreted as a positive sign of her emotional and possibly physical recovery. The impact of family should not be underestimated at times like these, and her closeness to her sister Idoia is tangible proof of Montero's strong support system.