Some days ago, Telemundo made public that Adamari Lopez would stop being the host of the morning program aimed at the Hispanic community in the United States, Today, a space in which he has worked for 11 years. The 51-year-old presenter and actress said an emotional farewell to her audience with a message of thanks and now reappears in Mexico with famous drivers after being farewell.
Although the television network stated that the decision to end their employment relationship was made by consensus, a source close to Adamari Lopez assured that she was not aware of this decision. However, the Puerto Rican presenter seems to be calmly taking her departure from the program Todaydespite having been one of the most beloved conductors of Telemundo.
Now, the former host of the television network in the United States, published a photo on her social networks enjoying dinner in Mexico with famous drivers close ones like Mónica Noguera and Giselle Blondet. Despite the recent news, Adamari Lopez She looked relaxed and happy in the photo, surrounded by friends who have been supportive of her since her departure from the show. Telemundo, Today,
Adamari Lopez He traveled with some of his former classmates. Telemundo and it would be Quique Usales who shared images on his Instagram account of the arrival of his former partner and friend in which he is seen happy, animated and excited to spend time with his dear friends and celebrate Alix Aspe’s wedding together in Mexico, Well, in a video, Quique said that they are preparing for the celebration and showed Adamari Lopez and his daughter also present at the scene.
The news of the dismissal of Adamari Lopez was received with sadness by the audience and her colleagues in the network, however, it was agreed that the departure was on good terms, so now a new stage begins to be a happy mother, and to be able to enjoy more time with her daughter and explore new projects and opportunities in her career, as her peers and the famous drivers who have accompanied her these days have let her know that the best is yet to come.