The edition of Survivors 2023, which aspires to be the most extreme and ambitious of all, gave its starting signal on Thursday, March 2 at 10:00 p.m. on Telecinco. Among those who come in the mechanics of the contest, the first change has occurred among the presenters of the reality show. And it is that, we will not see Lara Álvarez again with her ethnic bikinis between her palm trees because the correspondent of the format on the island has been replaced by Laura Madrueño.
Although said like that it sounds like a drama, the truth is that the absence of Lara Álvarez is due to the fact that she has spent the last few months recording nightmare in paradise and could not leave the months that the program lasts in Honduras. That is why Laura Madrueño has taken over after six editions.
However, Madrueño’s face may already sound familiar to you from other Mediaset spaces since is part of the Telecinco news team, where he presents El Tiempo. In addition, she has also collaborated in other successful programs such as Save me and Ana Rosa’s program.
In addition, she is one of the founders of the production company We Are Water Films, which is in charge of record underwater documentaries. And it is that this graduate in Audiovisual Communication loves water sports and everything that goes through water, in general. In fact, she has published the book we are water, which reviews the problems currently related to the seas and oceans. Come on, put that on survivors It’s not even painted.
We will have to get to know her more, little by little, but for now, thanks to her Instagram account, it is clear to us that she is very aware of sustainability and ecology issues and that, like us, he loves dogs. We can’t wait to see more photos of your furry ones.
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