Author: Alejandro Feregino-. When entering “Mexican Famous,” Wendy Guevara didn’t imagine that being on a reality TV show would have such an impact. What’s more, I’m sure I won’t be there for more than two or three weeks.
Although she’s already a well-known influencer, she’s practically an outsider in the show business world, knowing hardly any of her peers. It was something that worried him, he admitted in an interview with Cecilia Galliano after the party. I already shared this concern a few weeks ago.
“I don’t know if I’m wrong, but when have you ever seen a trans person win a reality show or something? No, I’ve never (…) It’s not that I demean myself, or that I don’t Do believe in yourself, I do believe in myself, but that’s never been seen on public television,” he lamented while talking to his peers at Mexico’s most famous house not long ago.
“La Casa de los Famosos” has proven to be a successful product thanks to Telemundo’s previous US edition, featuring Laura Bozzo, Alicia Machado and Gabriel Artists and luminaries like Gabriela Spanic took part.
But the Mexican version of the program shattered even the most encouraging forecasts due to a number of factors, among which the selection of participants undoubtedly stood out.
“You can have the rest of the elements perfectly (…), but if the person you choose doesn’t work, nothing works,” Kirén Miret, a producer at the company behind the reality show Endemol Shine Boomdog, said recently. told The National.
From day one, Guevara positioned himself as a public favorite, so much so that many followers dubbed the show “Wendy’s House” because of the 29-year-old’s appeal to viewers, Make the audience jump. She became famous for a video she recorded with a few friends, which earned them the nickname “Las Perdidas.”
While no audience figures were given for Sunday’s finale, it is sure to easily surpass the previous gala’s average audience of 15 million and more than 140 percent more than its competitors. . , the culinary reality show “Mexico Chef” that airs on Aztec Television.
Wendy running for president?
More than 40 million votes received by Televisa Univisión chose the winner of the “Mexican Hall of Fame,” with Wendy Guevara receiving 18.2 votes, or almost half.
The rest of the awards were split between Peruvian Nicola Porcella (2nd), influencer and presenter Poncho de Nigris (3rd) and actor and politician Sergio Mayer (4th).
Judging by the number of votes the influencer received, it is enough to say that she came in second in the 2018 Mexican presidential election, behind President Andrés Manuel López Obrador; Beat rivals Ricardo Anaya (PAN) and Jose Antonio Meade (PRI).
As expected, the “Wendy Effect” elicited both pro and con comments. Many celebrated its success and the enormous impact it had.
The Big Brother-style format has been so successful on television despite criticism from others.
The influencer defies the controversies and enjoys the fame and influence that will surely change her life, along with the 4 million pesos bonus she received.