The first generation of The Academy, "the mere mere" said Estrella, will dust off memories to offer the show Together From Home, this Saturday, July 25.
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After 18 years of the program, eight of its participants, Raúl Sandoval, Estrella, Toñita, Miguel Ángel, María Inés, Wendolee, José Antonio and Laura Caro, meet for a concert via streaming, where each will sing three songs.
The great absentees of this reunion will be Yahir, Myriam and Víctor. "We are eight and we are all from the first generation," Estrella said. When questioned by the singers who will not be on the show, he explained that they were all invited, but for different reasons they will not be able to be.
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"Ah, that's the million dollar question. And not just Myriam, Victor, Yahir, Héctor, Nadia are missing ... We are 14 and we are eight to the show. Yes, 6 are missing," he said.
For Estrella, as for the rest of the group, complete happiness would be that everyone was there.
"But for some reason or another, those who are missing are not part of this meeting, but not because they have not been invited, but because their reasons have, perhaps commitments, other jobs or they simply think that it is not in their interests," he said. the interpreter.
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The appointment is Saturday at 9:00 p.m. and access is purchased at Boletia.com for 113 pesos.
Another attraction will be that while some sing, others will be chatting with the public online.
The link they give when buying the virtual ticket is non-transferable.
"If you share it and open it from another side, the two tickets will be canceled," reported Estrella, 41.
It was in 2017 when all the members of the first generation gathered in a mass at the National Auditorium.
Now they will celebrate 18 years of having started their career at La Academia de TV Azteca in 2002.