The end of Save Me is just around the corner. Mediaset will put an end to the mythical program on June 23, after 14 years of broadcast. And collaborators and workers are taking advantage of these days to remember the most special moments, share anecdotes or reveal secrets that we did not know until now. For example, which colleagues Jorge Javier Vázquez trusts and who he does not.
In statements to the magazine Lecturas, the presenter assures that if he had a serious problem late in the morning, he would call the journalist María Patiño, without hesitation.
Vázquez values (and a lot) Patiño. If he had to confide a secret, it would be her too. However, he did not want to say who he would not trust: "I have a person, but I cannot say it because, really, I am asking for a problem. And I would not tell her not because I did not trust her but because she is someone very sensitive and It would cause her so much pain that she would need to share it not as gossip but to help me."
In the case of having to leave a pet with one of them, I would choose Belén Esteban. And he would never trust Víctor Sandoval for it: "I think he has an incredible love for animals but he would drive them crazy." "I hope he doesn't get angry," says the Catalan.
Jorge Javier cannot help but be moved by the end of Sálvame, which says goodbye after 14 years of broadcasting on Telecinco. Not only was it one of the longest-running formats on television, but it has made history for its audiences and became a benchmark program for Mediaset. "I'm about to cry several times a day," writes the presenter in his column in Readings.
“I have loved and hated this program, but what we have experienced with Sálvame is unusual. Queer. So, from here, I tell my colleagues: you have made history”, the presenter ends.