“The Big Star” presented one more controversy at the seventh gala, after the presentation of Brunella Horna, who visited Gisela Valcárcel’s set to reinforce a contestant. Sergio George, one of the juries of the reality show, had harsh comments for the couple’s performance.
“I didn’t like it, really. I thought the acting was lousy.
I didn’t understand the song, not even dad, what he said”, questioned the music producer. Given this, Susan Ochoa came forward to disagree with the opinion of her colleague.
Susan Ochoa faces Sergio George
The winner of Viña del Mar confronted him, pointing out his alleged references to Yahaira Plasencia. “Teacher, I feel worried because, when the participant sings badly, you get emotional and give an 11 (maximum score), but when he sings well, no,” she said.
“My participant is vocalizing, he is tuning, he is dancing. For example, Yahaira’s participant did not do it and my participant did, so — with all due respect — (I tell them) please listen well, ”the interpreter continued.
Finally, the participant Manuel Aumaitre obtained an 8 overall from the jury. The gala continued with the visit of Facundo González, who sang briefly alongside Gisela Valcárcel.
“The big star” falls in rating
With the premiere of “El especial”, a program that brought back the sketches of Carlos Álvarez and Jorge Benavides, “La gran Estrella” by Gisela Valcárcel fell in the ranking position.
The sixth gala brought new clashes and the return of two participants who were eliminated in the fifth edition. As you remember, that Saturday Gisela Valcárcel put an end to the illusions of five contestants.
Gisela Valcárcel wanted to sing in “The Great Star”. Photo: composition LR/America TV
This was the rating for Saturday, September 10 in Lima:
JB on ATV: 12.1 The special: 11.6
Miracles of the Rose: 9.5
Interprogram: 9.1 The big star: 7.6
The blowout of the Chola: 7.4 What did Sergio George say about Brunella Horna?
The brawl began when Sergio George questioned the performance of Brunella Horna, who went to the gala to support a participant. “I didn’t understand a thing she said,” said the music producer.
This would not have pleased Susan Ochoa, who waited until they gave her the microphone to leave her point of view.