The teams of the most popular television programs continue working on new developments for this television season. For this reason, the dance of signings between networks and small screen spaces seems to have no end. Espejo Público has started the week with a great addition to its ranks, which has not left its viewers indifferent.
The Antena 3 format, presented by Susanna Griso, welcomed its new collaborator, Gloria Camila, this Monday. The daughter of the bullfighter José Ortega Cano and Rocío Jurado has debuted for the first time in Atresmedia, thus leaving behind her entire professional career linked to Mediaset.
Gloria Camila Ortega came to the program with great enthusiasm and with the willingness to tell and answer everything that was asked of her. And this is how the bullfighter's daughter wanted to open up live about one of her hardest moments in recent months.
Ortega Cano's daughter sat next to Susanna Griso and Gema López remembering her late mother, who would turn 80 this Monday, September 18. For this reason, Gloria Camila has recognized that this day was very special for her. The young woman also wanted to open up about the health problems that she has been experiencing in recent months and for which she had to stay away from the media spotlight.
As a result of her sister's documentary, Rocío Carrasco, and her father's marital problems with Ana María Aldón, the young woman decided to compete in a Telecinco program to be able to escape from all the problems. ''I left the contest a little shaken,'' she stressed. After returning to her daily life, doctors diagnosed her with depression and anxiety. ''My doctor gave me sick leave and told me right now you can't be on television because it makes you very uncomfortable. So I stopped watching television. In the end I decided to stay away for a while,' she confessed.
''I am learning a lot with the psychologist. This comes from childhood, I have abandonment traumas. "They are shortcomings that in the end you lengthen," she declared. ''Until I went into therapy I didn't know it, but everything affected me,'' he asserted. ''I have dedicated myself so much to making sure everything is fine that sometimes I have forgotten about myself,'' he added.
The singer's daughter also confessed that throughout her life she has had to face insults of all kinds, that she even thought that "she didn't deserve to be the daughter of who she was." ''That hatred was instilled in me... I came to doubt if she deserved me. I thought my mother might not be proud of me,' she asserted. And although she hesitated to change her last name, Gloria Camila claimed "to be very proud of her father and her family."