Gina Montes died at the age of 80 on January 27. However, it was not until February 5, 2024, that his death became public.
Brazilian star Gina Montes achieved fame after participating as a dancer in the defunct program La Carabina de Ambrosio, which aired from 1978 to 1987.
The dancer popularized the phrase “Thank you, Denank you, Ah! Ah!”Ah!”—that’s what he said at the end of his choreography in the program produced by Humberto Navarro, 80 years old, for Televisa, but…
According to various media outlets, the star of La Carabina de Ambrosio, Gina Montes, died at her home in New York, in the United States, as a victim of cancer.
Journalist María Elena Valdés Doria, entertainment director of Multimedios, remembers that Gina Montes left Mexico to live in New York on the recommendation of her doctor since, since her pregnancy in the eighties, her condition was dangerous.
So over the years, the dancer could not trace when he started his family, which is why he decided to stay away from the world of entertainment.
The daughter of Gina Montes announced her death. He explained that he waited a few days to mourn with his family and loved ones without paying attention to them.
Reason why he asks for respect and privacy in this complicated and sad time. In addition to this, he clarified that he would not reveal the type of cancer that his mother suffered from.
On medical recommendation, Gina Montes left Mexico to move to New York, where she welcomed her daughter, Judith, at an unknown age.
Since few in the United States know her, Gina Montes has to work as a taxi driver, embroiderer, and assistant in a daycare center; she even cleans houses.
Feeding and clothing her child was her priority, so she forgot about show business, but not this. One day, a rumor surfaced that a powerful and rich man had kidnapped her.
It is believed that the dancer denied it through the Hoy program.