Telecinco's afternoons have taken a 180-degree turn, after the end of the network's legendary program, Sálvame. Since the La Fábrica de la Tele space closed its doors forever, the new management leadership of the audiovisual group gave the green light to Así es la vida, a new format that has been at the forefront of the afternoons throughout the summer.
This new space presented by Sandra Barneda was prepared mainly as a bridge program between the end of Sálvame and the premiere of TardeAR, the new format hosted by Ana Rosa Quintana, which kicked off this past Monday, September 18.
And although we all expected that Sandra Barneda's show would say goodbye a few days ago due to the imminent arrival of Quintana, the truth is that to the joy of many, Así es la vida has managed to conquer the audience, so the directors of the network They have decided to continue betting on the format in the afternoon, although reducing its broadcast time.
This great news has been a great boost for the program team, which remains immersed in the mission of expanding its staff and recruiting the best collaborators. For this reason, this Tuesday Así es la vida exclusively announced its latest star signing: Carmen Borrego.
In this way, the daughter of María Teresa Campos returns to television after having been working as a collaborator in the long-running program presented by Jorge Javier Vázquez. But the arrival of Terelu Campos' sister to the set of Así es la vida is going to happen in one of her most difficult moments, after the death of her mother.
The program announced the signing through a phone call with the protagonist, where she opened up about how she was going to face her return to television after the death of the veteran journalist. ''It's a very hard moment in my life. I'm trying to accept something that is very difficult for anyone, losing a mother. In my case, a mother like mine and obviously you have to be there for the tough and the mature. I will talk about everything I have to talk about. But for now I would like to go calmly, not start with a big fight and talk about my feelings and talk about my mother,' she confessed.
After thanking the program team for how well they had behaved with them, with her mother and with her niece, Alejandra Rubio, Carmen Borrego assured: ''There is no choice but to continue.'' ''This is not assumed overnight. I still have very bad days and I know I'm going to have bad days,' she confessed. ''Now we have to learn to live without a mother and without a professional,'' she added. So starting tomorrow, Wednesday, Carmen Borrego will join the program, where we can see her with her niece, Alejandra Rubio.