The world of media is in mourning after the death of María Teresa Campos. The presenter has left an indelible mark on the small screen, after an impeccable career in numerous television programs. But her delicate state of health forced her to stay away from television.
Since then, little information has been revealed about the journalist, since her daughters, Terelu Campos and Carmen Borrego, have tried to keep her situation in the most absolute privacy, so that her memory would remain intact until the last moment.
But this past Sunday, the veteran television communicator suffered acute respiratory failure and was therefore transferred to the Jiménez Díaz Foundation Hospital in Madrid, where she was surrounded at all times by her family until her death.
His remains have been transferred to the La Paz funeral home, in the Madrid town of Tres Cantos, where a funeral chapel has been installed, so that his closest family and friends can come to say goodbye to one of the great television professionals. Throughout today numerous famous faces have come to the place to give their full support to her relatives and pay tribute to the journalist.
One of the personalities who wanted to dedicate a word to the presenter was Paola Vasile. The relationship between the former CEO of Mediaset España and the journalist has never been particularly good. When the presenter decided to leave the audiovisual group in 2004, the tension between the two increased and the journalist did not hesitate to say four things to her, who at that time was her boss in her new program, Every day.
''Shut up now, man, go to your country and shut up now. You are here because they don't want you there. Go away now, you've lost seven points, and we're just getting started! We are raising our heads very modestly, in this chain we have already gained four points, but you have lost seven points... Assholes!", confessed María Teresa Campos.
Their relationship improved over the years and after the death of the journalist, Paolo Vasile wanted to say a few words to her, as published by the ABC newspaper. ''He called me an asshole on air. I understand. I always thought that from her point of view she was right. Then, over time, everything calmed down and she went back to the network,'' she declared.