07/28/2021 1:33 AM
Updated 07/28/2021 10:13 AM
apologized for the photo of Anne Frank
that appeared during Sofía Jujuy Jiménez's choreography of Paulina Rubio's song "I'm not that woman."
"We are far from trivializing something as terrible for history as the Holocaust,"
said the ShowMatch host (El Trece, at 22) in yesterday's broadcast, Tuesday.
Last night, at the time of going to the center of the La Academia court to find out the secret vote that Hernán Piquín had given him,
Sofía Jujuy Jiménez asked Tinelli for a moment to apologize for what happened
to the image of Ana Frank.
"Before having the return, I would like to publicly thank the
Anne Frank Center
, where this morning we were doing a guided tour as an apology for what happened," said the participant.
And he added: "It is worth clarifying once more, we already did it with my coach in our networks, but now I also say it in the program, that in no way and
under no point of view, our intention was to offend anyone
"As it felt like that, it seemed good to the whole team and the production to go to the Center (Anne Frank) to be able to listen to them and share," Jujuy continued.
I think the most indo thing was to transform something that was not good into something super constructive and enriching, because we did not want to offend anyone ”.
After Sofía Jiménez's presentation,
Marcelo Tinelli took the floor to apologize
for what happened on his program with the image of Anne Frank, a victim of the Nazis.
He did so in the following terms:
"On behalf of the entire program, I wanted to apologize to those who were offended.
I did not even know that this image would appear. But, of course, we all know the story of Anne Frank and there are many who have felt very hurt
especially people who have lost family members in the Holocaust
"Anne Frank died in that Holocaust after having written the diary.
I personally had the opportunity to visit the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam four times and I know the story
I never saw the image. The truth is that I was doing the program and at no time did I see the image
. And I shared a lot of comments from people who had understood that it had been an unintentional mistake."
"But, as I said, surely some have been bothered, as I have seen, and
we apologize enormously.
Mainly to all the people at the Anne Frank Center and all the people in the Jewish community who were upset about this issue."
Marcelo Tinelli: "We are far from trivializing the Holocaust."
We are far from trivializing something as terrible for history as the Holocaust. And I say this as the father of a son who has attended the ORT school for six years
and I know perfectly the beautiful education that the entire Jewish community has
here in Argentina and in the world too ”.
I am a person who has been collaborating with AMIA for 27 years
and with everything that has been the tragedy of AMIA. So, on behalf of all of us, we had not seen it, but we take charge as a responsible producer and as host of this program. So a thousand apologies to the entire community and to the Anne Frank Center ".
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