Rosa Benito, described this Tuesday live what the interior of José Luis Moreno’s house is like. The collaborator of It’s already noon He has said that he was able to visit the home of the well-known television producer during the 90s when his ex-husband, Amador Mohedano, and his sister-in-law, Rocío Jurado, negotiated the artist’s performances in the former Atlético de Madrid field, Vicente Calderón.

“When he showed us the house, I stayed …”, began by deciding the Telecinco gathering. Benito has commented that one of the rooms “It looked like the department store: Lots of minks, lots of perfumes, lots of jewelry, a lot of bags, all branded … “Also, the collaborator has commented that this would be his wife’s dressing room.

In addition, the ex-wife of Amador Mohedano has said that José Luis Moreno was very generous with his guests and gave them some of the many garments in that dressing room. Apparently, she gave Rocío Jurado a mink, her ex-husband a sweater and her a beach bathrobe. “He told Rocío ‘take whatever you want’ and Pantoja gave him another one when they worked together,” added Rosa Benito.

“Ah, as a gift for the one who got there? You take out the canapés and a little wine and he says: ‘catch a vision,'” joked collaborator Miguel Ángel Nicolás. “Yes, I told you it was the department store,” his partner insisted again. “So you left José Luis Moreno’s house dressed,” said Sonsoles Ónega ironically. “Then you would open drawers with a lot of everything, with bracelets, with watches … Plasmas that I had not seen in my life! And that impressed me, “commented the gathering.

Rocío Jurado’s sister-in-law has also confessed that a couple of Photographs placed in the living room caught his attention, apparently, the Madrid businessman had a photo with his wife of the time and another with the Queen of England, Elizabeth II. According to the winner of Survivors, the snapshot looked like it was taken during an official act.

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