These are days of great emotions for Lara Alvarez. The Asturian journalist who presented survivors from Honduras for eight consecutive seasons He has returned this Thursday to the set of what was his television home to promote his new project in the chain, I slip. A visit full of expectation for its meaning and in which the woman from Gijón gave away a few minutes full of joy, reunions and nostalgia to the audience, who received her with a deafening ovation at the height of the occasion.
Faced with the loving gaze of his ex-partner, Carlos Sobera, and Laura Madruenowhose live image appeared on the big screen on the set, Lara, very smiling and visibly excited, has made its grand entrance live. “Comrade, what a pleasure to receive you here,” said the driver as he melted into a moving hug with her. Between complicit glances, evident professional harmony and without letting go of the hand of her interlocutor, the guest has fixed her gaze on the projector with eyes that conveyed longing and has dedicated some heartfelt words full of praise to Madrueño. “I send you a huge kiss, partner”, she began by saying.
“How wonderful. How well you are doing. What a representation that great team of 180 people has. Now you do understand the Honduran family… They couldn’t have found better representation than yours.“, he said, while sending “a giant kiss” to its substitute in the Cayos Cochinos: “Chapó!”, he added while making the gesture of taking off his hat. For her part, the new smile from the Caribbean has replied to the communicator with great gratitude and has confessed that his words have made his hair stand on end: “You already know, you have your house here, your whole family, that we send you all this energy from the Cayos Cochinos so that you have a program in front of you, which is what you deserve”.
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After this unforgettable moment the prime timeLara, who will blow out the candles of his 37th birthday next Monday, he has been honest with Sobera while tried to hold back the tears and has confessed to missing his role in the program: “In your success is my happiness. When I see what you are reaping, and more so in this very complicated moment of television, I know that what you do is historic. Every time that I see survivors I get excited”, he said with a broken voice due to emotion. At that moment, without letting go of the presenter’s hand, he admitted that “it is very difficult for me because, I am not going to lie to you, I have a divided heart; It’s been eight years, I’ve learned a lot from this program and from that team, which is my Honduran family.”
Lara Álvarez’s goodbye in survivors
When in July 2022 Lara was saying goodbye to Honduras, nothing indicated that that goodbye would mark the end of a stage of nearly a decade at the helm of survivors from the island. “The great moment has arrived, for us a ritual, which is the closing of the Palapa. It is a moment of pride, balance, satisfaction for a job well done and also joy because we return home. Our adventure ends, but Above all, his adventure ends”, he said before dedicating some nice words to the finalists. “We, more than 200 people, have been leaving our skin, body and soul. More than three months away from our families to share the experience with you. Team, one more year, We have met our challenge!“, finished.
Five months after Lara left the Cayos Cochinos to return home, Mediaset announced that the presenter would not be present in the new edition of the most extreme reality show on television to “enjoy a period of rest to face new future projects within the group”. In that same statement, the conglomerate confirmed that it was taking over from Laura Madrueño, much loved on the small screen for being in charge of the space Time that is emitted after the Informative of Pedro Piqueras. Melancholy to see this edition on television, the Asturian communicator is looking forward to a new professional stage.
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