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Carmen Villalobos says goodbye to her character in ‘Until We Part Money’ in a very special way

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Colombian actress carmen villalobos He is in what seems to be one of the most complicated episodes of his marriage, but that hasn’t stopped him from continuing to enjoy his successes. And recently, he took advantage of his networks to dedicate an entire publication to his character in “Until the money separates us”, saying goodbye to him.

The role of Alejandra is one of the most complete characters of the Colombian in recent years and perfect for a sequel after the huge international success of her first villain role in ‘Café con aroma de mujer’. But despite this, Carmen Villalobos had to say goodbye to the character.

The beautiful words of Carmen Villalobos to say goodbye to Alejandra, her character of “Until the money do us part”

In the Instagram post, the actress wrote “Today I say goodbye to this character I loved CRAZY Thank you Alejandra Maldonado for coming into my life and challenging me once again in my life. career.” The post quickly reached 39,000 likes and it is a photo compilation video of the character.

“Months of hard work putting your heart and soul into it! Smile and keep the best attitude for all of you so that my soul can’t take it anymore 🥺💔… Thank you God for giving me the strength to get up these months! Thank you mom for never letting go of your hand! Villalobos continued.

Finally, he closed the text with “Thank you to everyone who was part of this great project! To all the WONDERFUL TEAM BEHIND THE CAMERA, directors, producers, makeup, costumes, art, photography, stage partners and to you who follow me every day!” entertain thousands of fans.

The reason why Carmen Villalobos said goodbye to her character Alejandra

Many Internet users have expressed their doubts in the comments on the post of Carmen Villalobos, the truth is that it is a very common tradition among actors, who, as a sign of gratitude for the experience, dismiss their characters .

Not only do they do this as an excuse to mention all the people they’ve worked with, but also to close the emotional cycles that involve playing a character for so long, doing some sort of reset so that they can adapt to the skin of… another role. Undoubtedly something essential in the life of performers.


Source metroecuador.com

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