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miércoles, abril 24, 2024
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El elenco de Yo soy Betty, la fea cautiva en la Semana de la Moda de París

La famosa serie colombiana “Yo soy Betty, la fea”, que conquistó pantallas de todo el mundo hace dos décadas, sorprendió a los asistentes de la Semana de la Moda de París al presentar una colección de moda inspirada en uno de sus personajes, el diseñador Hugo Lombardi, como adelanto de la tan esperada secuela que verá la luz este año.

En un lujoso hotel de la capital francesa, Julián Arango, quien interpreta a Lombardi en la serie, mostró una serie de creaciones de inspiración étnica que en realidad pertenecen al diseñador colombiano Andrés Otálora. Este talentoso creador, oriundo de Cali, presentó piezas con telas vaporosas, estampados en tonos rojizos y verdes, y vestidos con cintura marcada y escotes pronunciados.

El desfile contó con la participación de las actrices Natalia Ramírez y Lorna Cepeda, quienes encarnaron a los personajes de Marcela y Patricia, respectivamente, en “Yo soy Betty, la fea”. Estas dos mujeres, que en la serie hicieron la vida imposible a la protagonista Betty, desfilaron con trajes deslumbrantes que capturaron la esencia de la moda presentada.

La serie original, estrenada en Colombia en 1999, se convirtió en un fenómeno televisivo que trascendió fronteras y fue adaptada en numerosos países alrededor del mundo. Ahora, el elenco original regresa para la secuela titulada “Betty la fea”, la cual será lanzada en la plataforma de streaming Prime Video en más de 240 países y territorios en el 2024.

Esta nueva entrega, dirigida por Mauricio Cruz Fortunato, retomará la historia de Betty 20 años después, mostrándola como una exitosa empresaria enfrentando nuevos desafíos en su vida personal y profesional. Con un elenco consolidado y una trama actualizada, se espera que la secuela mantenga la esencia que hizo a la serie original tan popular.

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