Cristina Pedroche has expressed in an extensive Instagram post –social network in which he has almost three million followers– How do you feel after giving the Chimes on Antena 3 with Alberto Chicote.
The television has “opened on the channel” in some reflections that have caused thousands of reactions.
Pedroche explained that “although it may not seem like it” for her “these are being difficult days” and that, although she tries to stay on the sidelines and not read anything “there are always comments or gestures that come to me and make me feel bad. Not bad, very bad ”.
Collaborates with Zapping, the evening program of laSexta, has commented that he wanted this year to be “the most special” and has sworn that the night of the 31st he enjoyed it “very much”.
“I think it showed, that I was happy, splendid, it really seemed that I had been born again,” he wrote in the post. She added that she felt “prettier than ever” with “overwhelming energy” and “very happy” to wear a 1991 design by Manuel Piña.
After analyzing part of his clothing, Pedroche explained that he wants to “be quiet for a few days”: “Perhaps it is because of the accumulation of fatigue, also of insults and bad words, or of other things, because people congratulate me when I know that many are not really happy ”.
“Congratulating me on the audience is not worth it, it is worth telling me on the 31st: olé you, Pedroche,” he added. Already on the last page of the three in which she has shared her reflections, she has said that every New Year’s Eve she is “totally naked in terms of feelings.”
“If you haven’t been that day, it doesn’t make sense to me that you are on the day of the hearings. I never talk about those figures, nor do I put anything on social media, because I really do it for myself. It is a personal reward ”, he explained.
Finally, she has asked for “the best” for everyone, both for those who support her in everything she does and for those who criticize her.
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