She'll be hosting a show for Todobebé and appearing on Fuego en la sangre, and now Carla Estrada wants her to star in a soap opera
Once Aracely Arámbula said “I want to work,” the offers came flooding in. She’s been asked to host and be executive producer of ¡Viva la familia! de Todobebé, be a guest star on the Salvador Mejía telenovela Fuego en la sangre, and now she’s received another offer: to star in a soap opera.
The offer came from none other than Televisa producer Carla Estrada, who said that she and the Mexican actress have already discussed the possibility. “She and I have chatted a lot, and honestly, we get along really well, and I hope it can happen,” she told the show La oreja (Televisa). “Televisa’s doors are open to talent,” she added.
And as if all this weren’t enough, various media sources have informed that the 32-year-old actress is planning on putting a spa in Mexico City’s shopping plaza. As for Luis Miguel, 37, the Mexican singer is busy with professional plans as well: he recently announced that he’ll be releasing a new album in May.