Since it was made public that Concha Velasco is in a residence, there are many familiar faces who have wanted to speak out about it. Paul Motorcycleswho went to the Gran Vía theater to see his friend Nuria Roca on stage, said that for him “the person who embodies the definition of ‘artist’ is Concha Velasco”. “She walks into a room and the room lights up. The energy with which she does whatever she does, even when she has no strength left.”he explained before the cameras of Europa Press, as you can see in the video that heads this news.
The presenter remembers that the last times he interviewed her “she was already very weak and she was skinny.” “I adore her and I wish her the best,” he says publicly. As a result of the situation that the actress is going through, Pablo Motos has reflected on the last stage of life, which is “very hard for everyone”, and considers that when you are a public person it is even more so. “For the whole world to see her is harder for her and for us at the same time,” she says.
This resounding and harsh statement has led him to confess that for him “it is an obsession” with that last stage of life. “I am very obsessed with the passage of time because my parents recently passed away, because friends begin to have serious illnesses, because suddenly you see that Julia Otero has to overcome cancer. You cannot prevent that from hitting you, “she assures. It is for all this that the presenter tries to enjoy life to the fullest and take great care of himself:” Absolutely. In my house there is no good bottle of wine because I drink it and if there is chocolate, I eat it.”
Although he currently has a good financial position, an impressive house and a stable relationship, the presenter has also experienced hard times in his past. In an interview with Ricardo Moya, on his YouTube program ‘El sense de la virra’, Pablo told a few months ago that he has gone bankrupt twice in his life. The first one was for trusting a scammer and the second for investing in the stock market following the advice of some friends. “Two hours later I had about two thousand euros of my life savings left. I put everything in. I was left with nothing again”he remembered.