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The return of Isabel Mateos


The unexpected media return of an ephemeral character thanks to Froilán's brawl at the Vandido nightclub

There was a singer called La Fornarina who conquered the hearts of the Spanish at the beginning of the 20th century (of the Spanish men, of course).

In Águilas (in Murcia) she flew onto the train after performing at the Casino, such was the fervor she caused.

In the photos of the artist (born Consuelo Vello), her small teeth draw attention, today unthinkable in a media personality.

We had already forgotten that in 2014 there was another woman with clean teeth and a nickname.

Today she is back in the press as a result of a brawl starring Froilán and "Vic" [her sister of hers, Victoria Federica] in which it is impossible for us to know her role, because she does not appear in any media.

She's just a nickname that she apparently never had in real life.

She always hangs out with the select purrela of the pijales night;

It was not for nothing that we met her as a close friend (the press said “special friend”) of our Cagliostro Pepero, Francisco Nicolás Gómez (aka El Pequeño Nicolás).

Until it is clear what she (Isabel Mateos) was doing in the Vandido brawl we can only speculate.

Isabel was a character criticized, commented on, by the same presenters who today, day after day, crush us with their political correctness.

They, before deconstructing themselves, suffered from the slightest consideration when referring to this character as La Pechotes, asking him questions that, being mockery, gave no option for an answer.

You can check it on YouTube.

Isabel Mateos collaborated in the ephemeral space of Cuatro

Todo va bien


It was said that her beauty did not work because "the teeth!".

Oh, the same teeth as La Fornarina.

Unforgivable fault in a world of perfect white smiles.

I love little television characters because they are the mirror of our moral misery.

Going out on TV, if there is no money, is an auto de fe.

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Source: elparis

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