Chelo Garcia-Cortes has attended Mundo Deportivo at the presentation of his book ‘Without tags‘ in the bookshop +Bernat from Barcelona. The collaborator of ‘Sálvame’ opens up on the channel to show a much more intense and more naked Chelo.
Cello lies “very happy and very happy to be in this bookstore, since it touches me a lot in the feeling“. Although the book is titled ‘Without labels’, the labels have “persecuted” the collaborator: “Deep down I have been a privileged person. Around me there were always people who said ‘how did you see?’. I dress how I want, how I like it and how I feel good“.
Although the television company admits that when it listened, according to what comments, it played deaf or “I have no memory.” García-Cortés is clear when it comes to telling why she has released a book now. “because they have been able to“Chelo answered without thinking twice.
“The hardest moments of my life were childhood, because I thought I was over it four years ago when I was on ‘Survivors’, but no. It’s a tough childhood,” the protagonist told about her most difficult moments.
Chelo admits that the hardest thing to do when looking back on his whole life was “to see the photos of my parents again, but now I am very happy. My mother was wonderfully beautiful. I am very proud to have provided these photographs“.
The writer of ‘Without Labels’ is clear that people will find “a different cello“. “There are many things in the book that I have spoken on television, but with such intensity and stripping myself so much is the first time“.