Adamari López is ready to return to acting. (Photo by: Alexander Tamargo/Telemundo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
Adamari Lopez It's better than ever. Physically, he has achieved a transformation that goes beyond weight loss. She is beautiful and shows discipline like no other. He seems to have a time machine in his house. Emotionally, she has managed to heal the wounds that caused her to separate from the father of her only daughter.. He began to change professionally again after spending almost a decade in the same job and the same company.
In short, she is in every way ready to conquer the world, like the young girl who left her native Puerto Rico to fulfill the dream of internationalizing her career.
This week, López premiered his new programWho will fall?', making her the first woman to host a game show on Spanish-language television, and the second from the USA, after Ellen de Generes.
“I am very happy that they chose me to be on a game show. Giving a woman a chance and that woman was me,” López said in an interview with Yahoo en Español. “I also have the opportunity when I return home to Televisa Univisión. It was wonderful.”
The first season of 'Who will fall?' will take five weeks. The possibility of a second season depends on the audience. “I hope people see it and support it so we can do it,” he said.
However, Adamari Lopez He has no intention of waiting for it. He has his sights set on his first love: acting. The artist flirted with the idea while working at Telemundo, but said she would only take on projects that coincided with her daughter's vacation.
Since he no longer has a steady salary since leaving “Hoy Día,” the American network's morning show, things have changed.
“I would like to return to acting even if it is not in the summer. “Just the more time I can spend with my daughter, the better,” he explained. “I mean, mom has to work in the summer and all year round.”.
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The girl's father, her ex, dancer Toni Costa, works alone, teaches Zumba classes and takes part in some piecework projects. For example, he will be taking part in the “Hoy Día” dance competition at the end of January. That means she is her sole breadwinner and her daughter's main breadwinner. For this reason, there are no longer any time or geographical restrictions.
“I would go to Mexico or wherever I have the opportunity to work. If it's a project that interests me, but of course I'm there. But you also have to pay for the girls' school, you have to pay for the house, you have to pay for the car, the water”, He emphasized and made it clear that it was not a hobby.
In fact, in parallel with his artistic career, Adamari López opened an online accessories store called AxA. The letters represent his name and that of his girlfriend Alaïa.
“I have this entrepreneurship that I really enjoyed and that also reflects a lot of who I am. It speaks of the heart that my heart belongs to my daughter and will always belong to her, but you always have it in your heart to someone important and meaningful to you. “It can be your mother, your grandmother, your aunt, your cousin, your girlfriend, your sister, your daughter, your son, your husband, a friend, your boyfriend, your friend with benefits, whoever,” he explained.
Adamari López doesn't give up on love
With two painful breakups in her love story – her ex-husband Luis Fonsi and Costa – other women would be warned about love. This is not the case for the Puerto Rican star, who has been single for two and a half years.
“My heart is full of my daughter, but the space of romantic love is empty. This love has not arrived yet.” he confessed. “I don't know what the relationship I'm expecting will look like, but Yes, I am open to finding a partner but I want to be very careful because I have a girl. “I don’t want to bring just anyone into my house.”
Of course, she made it clear that it wasn't about her looking for a partner so she wouldn't be alone. “It's not about sharing your life with anyone. If it doesn’t come, nothing will happen,” he said.
At the moment she is having a great time with her daughter, friends and work – the more the merrier. She is grateful that they continue to give her the opportunity to grow professionally, do what I like, stay in touch with the public, learn the stories of every single person who came to the show and be able to help .” “Give them the opportunity to make money and achieve their dreams,” he said. “I guess so. And have fun. I had a lot of fun and I think the audience will have a lot of fun too.”
The program 'Who will fall?' It airs in the United States Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. on Unimás, TelevisaUnivision's cable network. In the rest of Latin America, new episodes can be seen from Tuesday to Saturday on the streaming platform Vix. It is a strategy and knowledge competition that López took up in Uruguay.