The death of journalist María Teresa Campos has shocked the millions of viewers she has accumulated over the years. Day by day, What a happy time, Life goes by, Every day, What interests you, Las Campos... the legacy of the malagueña is as great as what her figure meant to the small screen.
Due to the great impact that the mother of Terelu Campos and Carmen Borrego had on television, most programs, as well as the media in general, are carrying out very special coverage of the day of her death.
One of the television spaces in which the subject has been discussed is The Summer Program. The magazine started with some heartfelt words from the presenter, Patricia Pardo. "It was expected news, but it does not stop being shocking and very sad, very hard," the communicator began by saying.
"María Teresa was one of the great communicators of this house and of our country, a unique woman, a pioneer, a woman with character, peculiar, a teacher of great journalists and creator of a different way of making television," she concluded visibly moved. .
While the different collaborators and workers of the Telecinco space commented on the vast career of the malagueña and spoke fondly of her time at the network, Alessandro Lequio decided to give his controversial opinion and not keep quiet about what he really thought.
Count Lequio, a close friend of Ana Rosa Quintana, interrupted the pleasant and emotional tone of the televised conversation to sow the discordant note. ''There is one thing I have to say and that is that the queen of the mornings has been Ana Rosa Quintana who has led the mornings for 20 years (...) Queen of the mornings, queen of the mornings has been Ana Rosa Quintana. Not so much falsehood ", he expressed him openly and without fear of appearing '' insensitive ''.
Although Ana García Obregón's ex-partner was happy after giving her opinion and expressing her point of view, the different collaborators of the gathering agreed that it was not the time to give that type of comments.
Although more than one thought so, it was Patricia Pardo, presenter in charge of the program these days, who reacted to the collaborator's words. ''I think it's not the day for these comments, it's not the day. When the queen of the mornings has given her that place, the baptisms (referring to the names that are given to the presenters) seem ridiculous to me and I think that it is not the day to comment (...) Have a coffee, a lime blossom or whatever he considers", answered the presenter referring to Lequio.
It should be noted that Ana Rosa Quintana herself sent a message of encouragement to the family yesterday: "I send a huge hug to the daughters, the family and the entire environment of María Teresa Campos who is in a difficult moment, in a difficult moment (...) She is one of the greats, we have learned a lot from her. She has blazed many trails.''