Save me this Tuesday dedicated a large part of its content to Tamara Falcó and her wedding dress. Or, rather, how the socialite was composed and without a suit after the firm Sophie et voilà broke her contractual relationship with her for alleged plagiarism. The program made various connections, provided information on both sides, but also brought to light the most hidden facet of the protagonist.
In this case, it was Jorge Javier Vázquez, fed up with the circumstances surrounding the Marquesa de Griñón, decided to unmask her and make it clear who Tamara Falcó really is. Something that the presenter has kept quiet for a long time and that, in view of the cancellation of Save me, he has not hesitated to release. Despite who gets upset.
"You learn that a creative process drinks from many sources of inspiration and what I transferred were my inspirations without the intention of having them copy a design," Tamara Falcó assured this Tuesday after learning from the press that Sophie et voilà had broken the contract with her for ask for a Chanel design to be plagiarized.
In fact, the socialite declared in Más Vale Tarde that these accusations were totally false and that everything was in the hands of their lawyers. However, Sálvame wanted to go further and speculate about what happened in light of the information gathered by some of her collaborators.
As explained in the Telecinco program, the Marquise de Griñón would have had several rudeness with the designers, which would have led to a break in the business relationship. Despite what happened, the firm wished the best for the bride, something that Jorge Javier Vázquez applauded. “Above all, they are elegant”, he released.
But it did not stop there. Suddenly, in an outburst of sincerity, the presenter announced that he was going to tell something about Tamara Falcó that had not been known to date. He was referring to a hidden face of Isabel Preysler's daughter.
"Since this is over, I'm going to say it, because I've always kept quiet about it... I'm going to tell you now, by June 23 [date of the last Sálvame program]", the Catalan began by saying. “Well, there is a Tamara that you see who is the one in front of the camera and another behind. And when they don't catch her in situations where she knows there are cameras or people, she is very unfriendly, ”she revealed to everyone's surprise.
And, to settle this matter, Jorge Javier did not leave a stitch without a thread and made it clear that he had everything documented. "I have proof," he sentenced.