her beginnings as a director 20 years ago- Telecinco


  • Carmen Borrego worked as a director in the program ‘Día a Día’ by Mª Teresa Campos

  • María Teresa Campos’ daughter was a judge in some ‘Day to Day’ contests

  • Carmen Borrego made few and very brief television appearances

Television speaking, Carmen Borrego She is no longer María Teresa Campos’ daughter or Terelu’s sister. The collaborator has made her own name and is, without a doubt, one of the most popular faces of Telecinco programs.

The cameras love her and why fool us, she likes them quite a bit too. Every weekend he shows self-confidence in ‘Viva la vida’ and a few days ago he gave us a whole television experience participating with Kiko Hernández in ‘The Last Supper’.

It is clear that it was born to be in front of cameras, but do you remember how it started? It premiered on Telecinco como directora And, unlike what happens today, Carmen Borrego tried to keep in the background and made very specific appearances in the program ‘Día a Día’ by María Teresa Campos.

We look back to remember how those beginnings were so discreet of Carmen Borrego, when she communicated with her mother through a earpiece and appeared very occasionally on stage in the role of jury of children’s competitions.

Carmen Borrego’s stage as director in ‘Día a Día’

At the beginning of the 2000s, Carmen Borrego worked as deputy director and, later, director of the program ‘Día a Día’ of María Teresa Campos, her mother. And, although it was rare to see her in front of the cameras, Terelu’s sister appeared from time to time.

In 2002, María Teresa Campos explained to the viewers of her morning show why Carmen Borrego did not make as many public appearances as Terelu: “My daughter does what she wants and she goes to the places she wants, I can’t force her to go out”, He said.

After saying that phrase, the presenter put on the earpiece and assured that on the other side was her daughter Carmen Borrego, who wanted to explain why she did not usually stand in front of the lights: “My daughter is telling me that she is not going anywhere with me because she does not want to”, said María Teresa Campos with a laugh, making it clear how well he got along with her.

Some time after that, Carmen Borrego began to loosen up and, although she was rarely seen on television, she no longer hid behind a earpiece. Terelu’s sister began to appear more on screen and exercised as a jury in some competitions.

Always in the role of director of ‘Día a Día’, Carmen Borrego participated as president of the jury of the children’s contests that were held in the María Teresa Campos program and she was one of those in charge of delivering the awards to the winners.

That was his first contact with television and, although his beginnings were quite timid, there is no doubt that he took a liking to it. Now, years later, he has become one of the most common faces of Telecinco and not a single sarao is lost.

‘Save me’, ‘Long live life’, ‘Save me Okupa’, ‘The last supper’ … There is no format that can resist the little sister of Terelu Campos! Will we soon see her participate in a reality show? We will have to wait until autumn to find out if it is part of the casting of any of the programs that will come stomping.


Source: Telecinco – Noticias de última hora, realities y series by www.telecinco.es.

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