Goodbye ‘VLA’: After 7 years on TV Azteca, controversial host returns to Televisa and joins ‘Hoy’

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Mexico City.- A controversial actor and host, who for years was part of the program come the joydealt a serious blow to the rating of Aztec TV because he returned to Televisa and a few hours ago he reappeared in the program Today.

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It’s about Veracruz Mauricio Barcelatawho began his career at the San Ángel company making telenovelas like My generation, DKDA, dreams of youth Y the most beautiful ugly and also participating in various programs such as Neighbours Y Killer women.

However, it was left without exclusivity and decided to join the ranks of the Ajusco television station where he had the opportunity to drive come the joy and successful programs like For all, The Kids Academy (2013) and All or nothing.

But Mau ended up resigning from the morning show in 2014 and although he continued to work for TV Azteca for a few months, in 2016 he decided to switch to TV picture and came to the cast of the sun rises.

It was not until last 2020 that Barcelata received the offer to return to Televisa to host the reality show Warriors 2020which became a complete success and for this reason this year the executives gave him a new great opportunity as they appointed him as the new driver of Inseparable, love to the limit after the departure of Diego de Erice.

And that’s not all, because the ex-novel galán has the executives of San Ángel so happy with his work that they also gave him the leadership of the Mother’s Day special and yesterday, Friday, May 6, he attended the program Today to talk about the project.

Mauricio invited the entire audience of the morning of Las Estrellas not to miss the program Mom is… this Saturday night at 9:00 p.m. and announced that they will be as guests Victor Garcia, Erik Rubin And your daughter Mine, Carmen Munoz, Rachel Bigorra and many more personalities.

Source: Instagram @programahoy, YouTube TV Azteca and Programa Hoy