After the wave of layoffs carried out by Telecinco a few months ago, when Peace Padilla; the directors of Save me, David Valldeperas y Alberto Diazit was the turn of Charlotte Sliding. However, today everyone has returned and the Galician presenter returns six months later, taking charge of a new format.

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Sliding will present Who is my father?, a project that makes her “happy” and very “excited”. This is how she told it at the Chicote Awards ceremony this Wednesday, September 21, where she also opened up about what it meant to be off TV for so long. “It has been six months of detox operation. It has been a time to rest, to disconnect, to be with the family a lot. I have traveled a lot. I have been with my daughter and my husband a lot. They have been very cool months,” she explained . “I have felt the affection of the people after announcing my return and I really want you to like it because it is an honor to be part of such a thorough job as the one they have done on the program,” she advances.

She also acknowledges that, although she has been away, she has been informed of everything that has happened in her previous home, Save me: “I don’t use it like I used to, but my colleagues are my family wherever we go. I know that Lydia is having surgery, Belén and Chelo are better. We have been in contact and I am happy”.

Without entering into the family war of the Mohedano and Rocío Carrasco, Carlota does reaffirm her unconditional support for Rocío Jurado’s daughter: “I will always be in Rocío Carrasco’s team, always.” And she bets on a face to face between her great friend and José Ortega Cano if “she is ready to do it and it is good for her”.

Other ‘vips’ at the Chicote Awards gala

The Chicote Museum has rolled out its red carpet this Wednesday, September 21, to celebrate the 91st edition of its awards, and well-known people such as Carlota Corredera, Bethlehem Esteban, Cristina Cifuentes o Begona Villacis.

This year, the winners were: Martha Sanchez (Award for best female singer); Paco Roncero (Award for best cook); Candela Pena (Best Female Actress Award); Dani Moreno (Award for best communicator); Edward Casanova (Inclusive Best Character Award); Alexander Nones (International Award for Best Actor); and the Mumbai Smiles Foundation (Special solidarity prize).