One of the conductors who was a watershed of the night shows in Latin America is undoubtedly the Mexican Adal Ramoneswho in a talk with Adrián Uribe and the “Golden Scorpion”, cataloged “Otro Rollo” as a youth program that currently only lives in the collective memory of the so-called chavorrucos.
Said show, which was quite a phenomenon, premiered in May 1995 and ended in the same month, but in 2007. Accompanied by great figures, he stood out for his monologues and interesting interviews with various figures from entertainment and even politics.
With this project Adalberto Javier Ramones Martínez, full name of the driver, It gained a lot of popularity, because nobody wanted to miss the occurrences that crossed their mindsas well as the controversies that could arise live, such as that of the famous “urban poet”, who later learned that it was something planned.
In this talk he had while driving in his car through the streets of Las Vegas in the United States. However, the masked man assured that the program of omar chaparro He overshadowed him with his “No manches” program, something that sparked ridicule from all three.
Despite being one of the most successful programs, Adal Ramones assured that he does not regret leaving “Otro Rollo” after many years. This is because he was finally able to make his life, implying that it absorbed him a lot.
Although “El Escorpión Dorado” assured that Adal Ramones lost against the, then, new blood, this was not the case because “No manches” premiered on the small screen in March 2004 with Chaparro as headline and having Rafael Balderrama and Federico “Perico” Padilla as friends.
“I was the one who gave up continuing with Otra Rollo, don’t tell me that No stains overshadowed Otra Rollo “pointed out Adal, which Adrián Uribe ended up confirming: “What Adal did, no one did, he made history, it was the first Late Show in Latin America.”
This program was familiar where they also had several guests and sketches. Despite the fact that they also had international guest stars such as Shakira or Robbie Williams, they never exceeded the audience generated by “Otro Rollo”.
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