The 'Masterchef' jury answers the classic questions from 'La Resistencia': "I have just enough for the mortgage"

The twelfth season of Masterchef has already begun on RTVE, and the program's judges, Samantha Vallejo-Nágera, Jordi Cruz and Pepe Rodríguez, have stopped by La Resistencia to promote the gastronomic contest, which this time is anonymous.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
03 April 2024 Wednesday 04:56
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The 'Masterchef' jury answers the classic questions from 'La Resistencia': "I have just enough for the mortgage"

The twelfth season of Masterchef has already begun on RTVE, and the program's judges, Samantha Vallejo-Nágera, Jordi Cruz and Pepe Rodríguez, have stopped by La Resistencia to promote the gastronomic contest, which this time is anonymous. This visit, however, had a special aftertaste because it is hosted by David Broncano, who could become his new colleague on state television.

The Andalusian presenter, who has acted clueless with the comments of Jordi Cruz and Pepe Rodríguez about his possible signing for the public channel, has managed to get the three chefs to answer honestly and even in detail to the classic questions of the program: how much sex have kept in the last month and how much money they have.

The first to answer was Cruz. Furthermore, he did not want to beat around the bush so as not to prolong the topic too much: "I have just enough to pay the mortgage and I haven't made a fortune in a month, do you want to know something else?" Brocano, who laughed at the expression chosen by Cruz, was not satisfied with the response to the money. "You'll have a mortgage on a good house and it will be a lot of money," he theorized.

Samantha, for her part, has assured that she has "little" money. Something that her colleagues have not agreed with. Thus, they have clarified that she "has a problem" with expenses, since as she has acknowledged, she likes to "live well" and she has four children. "I spend it daily," said the chef. However, she has not answered the question of sex.

Finally, Pepe Rodríguez has also been quite clear. "When it costs you more to launch a rocket than to make money... what a sad life. Do I falsify it?" Cruz, affected by the situation of his partner, has assured that he "needs a hug."