Fame has a dark face and it takes its toll on the artists who live every day in front of the spotlights, said on the second day of the People En Español Festival Geraldine Bazán, Rosie Rivera and Jhay Cortez.
The three starred in the first panel of the day in which they talked about how they coexist with the good and the hand of the celebrity.
Bazán said that one of the precise things he has had to pay is that his daughters have grown up in the public eye and, therefore, he has had to prepare them for what that means. But that does not seem to have predisposed their “musketeers” against the idea of one day following in the footsteps of their mother and father, actor Gabriel Soto.
"In the case of my daughters, both parents are dedicated to this, it would be absurd for us to tell Elisa, who loves the medium, who has said that she wants to be an actress, that I would say 'no, no, no'! of course not!”he revealed.
"I try to give them tools [she is still very small] so that she knows what she is good at, what she has skills in, so since she decides because, in reality, this is what she was born in and will develop in, and there is nothing more to offer her the support necessary and you know that we will always be there. If you want to do it you will have to prepare!”, She added.
For the Mexican, it is very important that her daughters know that the show business is the one they lived in and she says that she is in charge of ensuring that the little girls know their limits, but she wants them to grow freely.
"I think the most important thing is to have dialogue at home, trust. There's no use having them in a bubble at home if they don't live in a bubble. You have to let them know that they have the confidence, the security that they know who they are, who love them, that they are protected, what happens around them at their age, "she stressed. "At this time, children must be spoken to freely and truthfully, so that they feel sure of what they have to respond to."
Rivera pointed out that the death of her sister Jenni forced her to stop being an introvert and step forward before the public to assume the responsibilities that fell on her back after the tragic event.
"Fame has a great price and you decide how much it takes out of you," said the Mexican-American businesswoman and motivator, who stressed that she is now taking advantage of the repercussion that she has as a public figure to send the right message, especially to women.
For his part, Cortez assured that his refuge and what keeps him with his feet on the ground is to return to his island, Puerto Rico, where he enjoys the affection of his people. "Listening to the coquí is what fills me up," he said.
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