This is how the drivers of “Arriba mi gente” culminate the last program of 2022


With live music by the Sangre Morena orchestra, joy and lots of fun, this is how Irene Castillo, Larissa Graniello and Borrego Saravia ended the last 2022 program of “Arriba m gente”.

With live music by the Sangre Morena orchestra, joy and lots of fun, this is how the conductors Irene Castillo, Larissa Graniello and Borrego Saravia culminate the last 2022 program of the morning magazine “Up my people”.

“😜✨Last show of the year and we are looking forward to 2023🥳🥰 Tune in and be a part of the best morning magazine ✨🫶,” the show wrote on its Instagram.

In a photograph that they posted on their social networks, the Salvadoran presenters can be seen wearing beautiful outfits, with “2022” in the background and embracing a “2023” made of giant balloons in black, silver and yellow tones.

While in the stories posted on Instagram they were seen full of energy and joy playing fun games to entertain the loyal audience.

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Likewise, the Sangre Morena orchestra was in charge of animating the morning and closing with a flourish the last program of the year of “Arriba Mi Gente”.

However, followers of the program noticed the absence of Gabriel “El Turrón” Salazar and they expressed that they will be very much needed in 2023, as he was a very dynamic and fun person in “Arriba mi gente.

“You definitely feel the absence of the nougat”, “Did the nougat go away?”, “It is necessary to see the nougat there 😢 it will not be the same”, “We miss @elturroncito .. 😢”, “Happy New Year”, “They all look beautiful,” some comments on the post read.

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