While the rumors of crisis and of an imminent divorce -if it no longer materialized- between the singer and Mexican businesswoman Thalia (51) and her husband (or ex-husband) Tommy Mottola do not stop spreading, the nice and outgoing singer of “Amor a la mexicana” continues to do her thing on the networks. And it is that, faithful to her histrionics and sympathy, the artist uploaded a fun video.
Through an Instagram story, Thalia shared an entertaining video where she shows herself with a particular hairstyle while dedicating a few words to her fans and followers / followers. And she does it like she’s talking to them directly! She even describes her look as a tribute to Doña Florinda, one of the protagonists of “The guy from 8”.
The funny video where Thalía shares her hairstyle and compares herself with Doña Florinda
It is not the first time that Thalia He shares a video “chatting” with his fans on his networks. In fact, the most popular was the one where, in the form of a song, the singer asked her fans: “Do you hear me? Do you hear me?” However, this time the video she shared was shorter, although just as fun and with a tribute to Doña Florinda, from “The guy from 8”.
“Oh, beauties, I feel so pretty today! I don’t know; how can I love this ‘doñaflorindezca’ look? How are you, beauties? Isn’t this beautiful? Oh!”, she is heard saying to Thalia, while sporting a high and pronounced high curl -jopo style- in her bangs. The comparison with Doña Florinda has to do with the fact that the character played by Florinda Meza in “The guy from 8” she always wore curlers in her hair so that they marked her hairstyle well.
While Thalia amuses her followers with these videos -a registered trademark of the singer already-, the divorce rumors with Tommy Mottola do not stop growing. And it is that celebrities have not shared accompanied photos in their networks for a long time. Added to this are rumors of infidelity on the part of the record businessman. So far, and in response to these rumors, only Thalía uploaded a video long ago denying and denying that there is any crisis.