All the physical, emotional, and psychological abuse Gloria Trevi suffered at the hands of her manager, Sergio Andrade, will also be seen on public television.
Following the premiere of Ella’s Soy Yo Gloria Trevi on August 11th on the VIX platform, it was announced that it will start broadcasting on Las Estrellas via Open Signal on Monday, September 4th, at 21:30.
“I am very happy that it is reaching the audience of Las Estrellas. I think it will be wonderful that it can reach all corners of Mexico. It triggers great emotions in me. It was very successful on VIX, and we hope it will be like that. “It will be like that in Las Estrellas,” said Scarlet Gruber, the protagonist of the series.
The actress, who plays Trevi as an adult, warned that it is a powerful story given Andrade’s excessive abuse of the singer and all the young people she cheated on.
“It’s just beginning; it’s getting stronger,” Scarlet said of what she sees on ViX.
Donning Gloria’s “Old Shoes” was a theatrical and emotional challenge for the Venezuelan actress.
“For me, it was a great acting gift. I had always dreamed of creating a character that I could play on stage. I was a ballet dancer for many years. I wanted to be able to perform as an actress. This character helped me grow as an actress and as a person.
“When I found out I was going to be Gloria Trevi, I devoted myself 100% to her studies to portray myself as the intense actress I am and to study all of her behaviors, like the way she walks and laughs.I moved absolutely everything, and I felt this great responsibility; I never took it lightly,” he said.
While she knows the story will draw both positive and negative criticism for appearing in the media, she prefers to focus on how nice it was to be a part of Ella’s Soy Yo, produced by Carla Estrada.
And while he barely had two phone calls with the singer without touching on the plot, the Monterrey artist warned he had to be strong.
“I couldn’t tell Gloria much. The first call was for the press conference, where she told me I had to be very strong, At that moment, I was like, ‘Sure, I have to be strong; that’s him.’ “A challenging character,” but I didn’t know at what level until I started watching the interviews and the girls’ testimonials. There was a moment when I had to leave the office because I couldn’t take it anymore,” Scarlet recalled.
The actress insisted Yo Soy Ellas’ goal is to empathize with people who, like the singer, have suffered or are suffering from abuse.
“This is a great opportunity for people to reflect on themselves and seek the help they need, as have all women who have experienced this,” she said.