The waters are churning in Telecinco as a result of the broadcast of the documentary on the life of Rocío Carrasco. It is a production of ‘La Fábrica de la Tele’, responsible for programs such as ‘Save me’, ‘Socialité’ or the ‘Deluxe’, spaces that have turned to support the version of Rocío Jurado’s daughter.
Very different is the attitude that he has taken ‘The Ana Rosa program’, which is not only giving voice to the fiercest critics of Rociíto, such as Alessandro Lequio, but has also hired his daughter, Rocío Flores, to give him a reply every Friday with the excuse of commenting ‘Survivors’.
The fact is that the tension has been increasing in recent weeks, and this Monday the declaration of war between the two star spaces of Telecinco was made official.
It all started in the morning when Ana Rosa criticized the words that Antonio Canales spoke in his interview in the ‘Deluxe’, where he acknowledged having lied in ‘Survivors’ when he denied his friendship with Fidel Albiac to ingratiate himself with Olga Moreno.
“When do you tell the truth? When does he say it in the Palapa that he wants to look good with Olga or when he says it here that he wants to look good with ‘La Fábrica de la Tele’? I think both times a mess has been made“Commented the journalist, a few words that were replicated in the afternoon in ‘Save me’.
The first to refer to Ana Rosa’s comment was Belén Esteban, that ugly to his ex-boss his attitude.
“I have listened to Ana Rosa, I love her, but she said something that I did not like at all, such as Canales who wants to please, Olga, the palapa or the people at the TV Factory”Belén lamented before Jorge Javier entered the scene and uncovered the thunder box.
“Has Ana Rosa pronounced La Fábrica de la Tele? Oysters, then this is war? How strong please”, He said to the surprise of those present.
The thing did not go further because the director gave the order to move on to another topic to avoid further complications, but it is clear that the relationship between the two flagships of the chain is not going through its best moment.