Alaska, from Fangoria, talks about the criticism that Rául Velasco made live about her appearance


Alaska receiving a gold record in 2011.

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Alaska and Nacho Canut have talked, in an interview on the program “The minute that changed my destiny”, about his first presentation in Mexico as Fangoria in “Siempre en Domingo” in the eighties and The singer assured that Raúl Velasco did not think the way he dressed was very good and told him so.

“You don’t know who you’re going to meet and my first presentation in ‘Always on Sunday’, because Raúl Velasco did not like my image very much and he said so”said the singer.

On the live show, Velasco decided to call other characters to ask them about the singer’s appearance. “I think he called, I don’t know if the director of my school or a teacher, told him: ‘Mr. Velasco, you can’t judge people by how they are dressed,’ and from there he said: ‘Well, it’s true.'”Alaska assured.

He commented that from then on his relationship with Velasco was great and that whenever Fangoria visited Mexico, they went to the program “Siempre en Domingo” to present themselves.

Alaska is the daughter of an exiled Spanish Republican who lived in Mexicowhen the singer was born in 1963 in Mexico City. However, at the age of 10, he moved to Spain with his family.

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