Driver Laura Bozo Find out how and where his famous phrase was born: “What’s up, poor thing!”Which marked his career as the host of very popular talk shows in Peru and Mexico.
During his stay in the second season of ‘The House of the Famous’Bozo told Brenda Zambrano How did this motto come about, which has become popular throughout Latin America thanks to one of its famous television programs.
In that sense, he revealed that the memorable sentence arose when three youths (ages 15, 16 and 17) told the driver that they shared the same father of their children.
“He told me his story and when I did it it came from my soul” […] I was a little more violent at the time, I swear I almost kicked him,” he said.
He later added to the program that in his country of origin they allow other types of content: “television is much more free in Peru” and not like Mexico which is censored by some policies.
After being one of the most popular talk show hosts in Latin America with her program “Laura en America”, there would be a bioseries about the life of Laura Bozo, which influenced her career.
How did Laura Buzzo get started on television?
Beginning in his career in the 1990s, the Peruvian host worked on controversial, politically oriented television programs in which he confronted the regime of Alberto Fujimori, however, many of them were closed. It wasn’t until the opportunity came to work on a talk show at an America television production company that plans were similar to Cristina Saralegui’s program.
This was Laura’s debut in America, however, controversy about the veracity of the cases she dealt with, the driver’s aggression, in addition to causing morbidity, has also been the subject of criticism, as are those who confirm that the driver has Benefited from the misfortunes of others.
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