After almost a decade of being one of the main conductors of Telemundo, Adamari Lopez was fired from this television network. However, just a few days after his farewell reveal who has been the true guilty of the dismissal from the Puerto Rican morning show Todaya news that was supposedly by mutual agreement but which is said to have surprised the 51-year-old actress.
Much is said about dismissal of Adamari Lopez of Telemundo, a site that saw her grow up and that boosted her artistic career, giving her the opportunity to become one of the most beloved Spanish-speaking presenters on television; Thanks to her charisma, she earned public recognition. So the announcement of her departure from Today It took many by surprise, but what is behind this is what has caused controversy.
He dismissal of Adamari Lopez has outraged more than one, so after the news the media have taken it upon themselves to publicize a name behind it, as well reveal that true guilty for the Puerto Rican to leave the ranks of Today, be nothing more and nothing less than Sandra Smester herself. The former content director of TV Azteca who, after leaving the Ajusco television station, found herself involved in several controversies.
And it is said that the dismissal of Adamari had been discussed since the end of 2022, but Telemundo wanted to wait for the driver to welcome the new work team of Today. Although it is said that Sandra Smester would be the true guilty of the dismissal The driver is only a rumor, because apparently the fact of her departure has to do with her contract, which was signed until June of this year.
Due to the latter, the dismissal of Adamari Lopez it was so unexpected and surprising, not only for herself but also for all her fans and audience of the show Today, since the Puerto Rican woman made it clear that she felt very comfortable and safe with this job, which was one of her main sources of income to be able to support her daughter Alaia. During her farewell, Toni Costa’s former partner made it clear that more professional projects are coming.