Paulina Rubio is back in Spain to promote her latest musical work, It's not my fault, where she shows her craziest side on her return to the stage. Let's remember that since the coronavirus crisis and that disconcerting concert that she gave, the interpreter has not appeared publicly again. However, her presence these days has not left anyone indifferent.
And if not, tell it to Eva Soriano, who this Wednesday received an unleashed Paulina at her Showriano, making unheard-of jokes (some of them that were fully understood) and with the odd outburst. And all this without taking off her famous sunglasses because, as she assured her in her talk with Mara Torres in El Faro, "I use them to have a screen for myself."
Wherever she goes, Paulina Rubio doesn't stop messing her up. If this Monday she landed on the Sonsoles Ónega program, on Antena 3, dressed in sunglasses and somewhat confused to the point of confusing Rocío Carrasco with her mother Rocío Jurado, last night on Eva Soriano's program it was not very different.
In fact, it could be called surreal and even more so seeing the reaction of the Showriano presenter, who couldn't believe what had just happened right under her nose. It all happened when Paulina was talking about her bond with our country. "In my house I already have a piece of Spain, my son is already a piece of Spain," she assured.
Recall that the Mexican had her first child with Colate Vallejo-Nájera, a Spanish businessman and brother of the famous chef and MasterChef jury Samantha Vallejo-Nájera, whom they called Andrea Nicolás and who is now twelve years old.
But it seems that Eva Soriano was unaware of this information, or in fact she had not understood her guest's explanation. Hence the following response: "I thought you were taking a stone from Teide." To which Paulina let out a "how bad!" and she, then, she would get up off of her and put her ass in her face while she said to him "wipe my ass if you can, fuck."
An expression that shocked the humorist so much that she couldn't help but say a "what?" Paulina, once again, repeated that expression and made various gestures: “Wipe my ass… It's not true. Oh, how bad!"
"But that, what expression is it?" Soriano answered, who was still completely shocked at the Mexican's outburst. So much so that the humorist wanted to know if that was an expression that Paulina used regularly.
And, by the singer's reaction, it was all a mere (and incomprehensible) joke. "Are you taking me seriously or are you taking me?" The Mexican snapped as she screamed. Eva Soriano's face was a whole poem.