From Sánchez and Feijóo to Jorge Javier and Toñi Moreno: everyone mourns the great María Teresa Campos after her death

Maria Teresa Campos He died this Tuesday, September 5, at the age of 82 after being admitted this Sunday to the Fundación Jiménez Díaz University Hospital due to acute respiratory failure. The last months of the veteran communicator have been marked by a worsening in her state of health until reaching her sad outcome.

As soon as the news was heard, social networks were filled with farewell messages to the malagueña, one of the most influential faces in the history of Spanish television. One of the first to react to his goodbye has been Jorge Javier Vazquezwith whom María Teresa has starred in notorious confrontations on Telecinco in recent years.

“Dear Teresa. When I was a teenager I saw you from the dining room of my apartment in San Roque and you were company and support in those difficult years in which a teenager is discovering himself,” wrote the man from Badalona.

“Committed woman and indisputable professional. Our fights have been as epic as our reconciliations. For years you have been part of the History of Television in our country with capital letters but, above all, and most importantly, you are part of our memory. Rest easy I love you”, the presenter has sentenced.

Toni Moreno was his successor in the afternoons of Telecinco after the end of What a happy time! in 2017 but the admiration he felt and feels for the communicator has always been above all else. On Instagram, he has written: “Boss, what I love you I have told you so many times… And what I am going to miss you only I know. You have had the best daughters you could dream of… And life that you fought. From wherever you are, I know that you would continue scolding me as always. I love you, boss.”

A Anne Igartiburu He gave him one of his last interviews. In front of the Basque presenter on Telemadrid, he regretted that there was no longer a place for her on television. Igartiburu, along with the song A lifetime of Maria Dolores Praderahas written: “I know you liked this music and how well you sang it and felt… You’re gone and we still feel your desire to live and tell life. Thank you for taking care of us and showing us the way, especially women, in this world of Communication. For your voice and your words, for your look full of light and for your character. We cannot understand TV or radio without you. Pioneer and Teacher, Rest in Peace Maria Teresa Campos”.

maximum orchard She has also shared a message: “A pioneer in communication is leaving, a committed, enthusiastic, spontaneous woman and everything that makes this profession great. She has been an inspiration and a beacon. And today many of us will talk about our anecdotes. Because any simple gesture , Teresa made it great. Her look was special. Thank you for the legacy, the commitment and the friendship. Goodbye. I’ll take two moments. My first time on television thanks to you and one of our last meetings.”

Boris Izaguirre has left another farewell post: “Have a good trip, admired and dear Maria Teresa. You lead a life as unique as it is brave. You did it for yourself and also for thousands of us. A big hug to Carmen, Terelu and Carmen and Alejandra, your granddaughters From Vitoria, where the news caught us, I remember the delivery of the first Joan Ramón Mainat prize. May you meet again in this next stage. I love you. Love, Boris”.

Nuria Rocafor his part, has pointed out: “María Teresa Campos is La Tele. Communication with capital letters. Complicity with the viewer. Courage in front of the cameras. The naturalness, the truth… a whole benchmark for those of us who are dedicated to trying to do all that and little else. She directed me in the afternoons of Telecinco, it was the year 2000, I was lucky to work with her, and I say ‘lucky’ because despite the fact that the experience was not good, it was necessary, and my respect and admiration always remained intact… Years later on a flight we sat together, chatted, and she brought out that wonderful humor and laugh that captivated you again… It was, without saying it, our reconciliation and I was happy. Rest in peace Maria Teresa”.

Not only the field of communication and television mourns his death. The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchezhas lamented the loss of the communication legend on her social networks: “María Teresa Campos leaves us, one of the greatest communicators in our country. A lifetime dedicated to television and radio. A pioneer. She was the ‘queen in the mornings’, voice and habitual company in our homes. My love to your family and friends”.

Also the president of the popular, Alberto Núñez-Feijóo: “I regret the death of María Teresa Campos. Loved by the public and by her colleagues and respected by the world of journalism. One of the most prestigious communicators on our television who always marked her own style leaves us. DEP”.

In recent decades, countless prominent faces on the national scene have had the honor of sitting next to her on a set. Monica Naranjo He has left a heartfelt message on his social networks: “Friend… Thank you for receiving me so many times with that eternal smile that I hugged so tightly. I admire you and I love you.”

Antonio Banderashis countryman, has written: “A great journalist, a great communicator, leaves us forever. My condolences to all her family and friends. RIP María Teresa Campos”.

Alaska He also had some words for her: “The day we made a crossover between reality shows, and so many other times, always well received in each program, always a window for promotion, on the radio, on TV. With respect and a smile. Thank you Maria Teresa Campos. My sincere condolences to her family at this difficult time.”