Celebrities reveal what they have learned themselves during the pandemic

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Miami.- Ricky Martin, Maluma, Natalia Lafourcade, Becky G., Lali Espósito, Carlos Vives, Sech, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Guaynaa and a long list of famous revealed to Efe what has been the learning about themselves that they have brought the days of confinement to contain the pandemic coronavirus.

“Detachment” it is the word that chose Ricky Martin to talk about what you have learned in social isolation. According to he confessed, refers not only to material things but to the plans and visions for the future.

Carlos Vives has been discovered in the running of the bulls as a “father of all those who work” on their projects. He himself was surprised of how much you want to protect up emotionally to the employees of its initiatives in music, his restaurant, his theatre and its foundation, to the point of being something that “takes away the dream,” he said.

Also the mexican singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade discovered that it costs to stay quiet. According to her, is “taking the opportunity to take piano lessons” with her mother, who has been one of its great teachers, because it “always” needs “to be doing something creative”.

To the same question, Armando Celis “The Chocomilk” of the Band Los Sebastianes stated that he never thought that a pandemic would help you understand women better.

“That perfectionism, that insistence that everything looks cute and fits well is something that usually we are desperate men. In these days that caught us about to pull out a disk, I have finally understood the need to pay attention to the details,” he said.

The actress and singer argentina Lali Espósito realized that I had lost the playful side of her art for being looking for perfection.

“In these days I have had to learn to grabarme, illuminating, makeup and make my videos, I am leaving that out and simply enjoying what I do and that comes out the better for it. It has been a liberation,” he shared.

Maluma has been noticed that there are several differences between Juan Luis, his first name, and the artist that moves crowds: “Obviously we are the same person, but in these days, for example, note that I am in my day-to-day I do not wear jewelry, and I feel more comfortable in a t-shirt and shorts, than with any other clothes,” he explained.

THE EFFECTS OF LONELINESS

The Spanish actors of the moment in Latin America have conflicting positions on when to their discoveries, personal during the pandemic. Aitor Luna, who plays one of the main characters in the second season of “Intimate Enemy”, the series of Telemundo, said that even he can’t believe “how well” that it has been “past only”.

Luna had just arrived to Madrid, from Mexico, when he was confined in his department. He has been “happy,” he said, even though he knows that it is privileged because it has two balconies from which you can see “a good piece of heaven”.

Miguel Ángel Silvestre reposing at his mother’s house in Spain when they started up the cases of the COVID-19 in his country, he decided to stay there and become a company.

“It makes Me a lot of missing people, all of a sudden I find myself giving hugs to the dog all the time and I realize how much I miss the contact, the hugs of my friends,” he said.

Another artist that has had to pass the quarantine in solitude is the mexican actress Mariana Trevino, famous for his leading in the Spanish film “The smiths and beyond” and the series of Netflix “Club of crows”. He admitted that there are times when that has felt “helpless for love”, although it has usually been quiet.

“I don’t feel well myself, but it is something that I have to learn to enjoy, because they say that it is very good for you”, he said, for his part, Becky G., who although has passed the confinement in her home with her partner, the footballer-american parents argentinean Sebastian Lletget, strange much to his family and to his work computer.

THE PRESENT, THE FAMILY AND THE HOUSE

The singer-songwriter urban panamanian Sech, the quarantine has been repositioned in the present. “We’re always thinking of what comes, what there is to do and now there is no more to wait. Ands a good discovery get back to enjoying the now,” he said.

His fellow puerto rican Guaynaa it has surprised himself with his ability to focus his energy, usually scattered in their family and in yours. “I’ve been able to focus on hours to take care of myself more than ever and feel healthy. It is something that I had never achieved before,” he explained.

The colombian Feid thought was very bonded with his brother, but now they have “spent hours and hours together”. “I have been able to see that it is not the same to be a few days visit in the home, when there’s also cousins, aunts, uncles and friends to see, that this running of the bulls. We have reconnected as when we were small”, told.

Something similar happened to the mexican actor of telenovelas José Ron, who is very attached to his family, but since moving from the family home for more than a decade had never “been so long” with them.

“I have recovered lost memories,” he said. EFE

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