“We’re going to have to change the name to ‘Central Hospital.’ With this joke, Belén Esteban tried this Tuesday, September 20, to subtract iron from the last “victim” of the curse that seems to devastate ‘Save me’ since the death of Mila Ximénez. To the credit of the accidents of the collaborators of the program are Esteban’s own broken leg, Chelo García Cortés’s arm and the two operations of Lydia Lozanoto which we must now add a third.

The reporter Omar Suárez was the one who sounded the alarm on the program, explaining to his colleagues the reason for Lydia’s absence during these first two days of the new season of the Telecinco magazine: “He called the program and said he couldn’t work Today I found her in the hospital because she came to do preoperative tests. They have to operate on our partner again, I say come back because she is going through a very bad patch, with her neck, her hand and now, her back.“.

Omar Suarez, in ‘Save me’. (Telecinco)

They have to operate again because the eighth vertebra has been broken. As she also has osteoporosis, she has stuck to the seventh vertebra, so it will be a complicated operation that will have a very slow recovery, “she added immediately, triggering the concern of the collaborators.

Photo: Jorge Javier, in 'Save me'.  (Telecinco)
Jorge Javier throws an órdago to Ortega Cano when he finds out that he wants a face to face with Rocío Carrasco

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“When the doctor began to explain the procedure to her, he asked her not to tell him anything. We already know how apprehensive she is about these things. The only thing she has asked is that they sedate her to the maximum so as not to find out anything“explained the journalist, who stressed at all times that his” recovery will be slow, he will have to wear a vest and he will have to walk a lot. She hasn’t even asked how long she has to be out because she wants to recover as soon as possible.”

Later, it was Lozano herself who explained to the camera the same thing Omar had advanced, breaking down before the program team for this new setback: “I have done analysis, electro,… of everything. They have told me to take the recovery seriously, I have to work a lot. I only know that I have to be hospitalized for two days. I’m admitted on Thursday, and you know that operations scare me a lot.. I’m sorry, but I have to go, “she managed to say, in tears and overwhelmed by this new health mishap that will keep her away from the spotlight.

Omar Suarez, in ‘Save me’. (Telecinco)

The jinx of ‘Save me’ this year

Lydia Lozano is the latest victim of the “curse” that seems to plague the members of the program, since in the last year there have been many collaborators who have had to undergo surgery: first it was Belén Esteban, who destroyed her leg live when performing a test of ‘Sálvame’. A similar situation happened to Chelo, who stumbled during ‘Sálvame fashion week’, a fall in which she broke her arm.

Worse has been the year of Lozano, who has seen how his vertebrae played a very tricky trick on him, first in the cervical area and now in the back, but who has also suffered a broken arm like his partner García Cortés. To these should be added the mishap experienced by Jorge Javier on his trip to Peru, where he was hospitalized for two days for “altitude sickness” and pulmonary edema. Miguel Frigenti also had to be hospitalized a few months ago, so now it is worth asking who will be the next to suffer a mishap, since it seems that they have cast an evil eye on the members of the program.

“We’re going to have to change the name to ‘Central Hospital.’ With this joke, Belén Esteban tried this Tuesday, September 20, to subtract iron from the last “victim” of the curse that seems to devastate ‘Save me’ since the death of Mila Ximénez. To the credit of the accidents of the collaborators of the program are Esteban’s own broken leg, Chelo García Cortés’s arm and the two operations of Lydia Lozanoto which we must now add a third.

Source: Elconfidencial

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