In a great production Natalia Oreiro tells us how she will celebrate the end of the year. Photos can be found on the gallery.
Natalia Oreiro: “Got Talent Uruguay” was a great challenge.
The actress made her debut as a TV host in the most watched program in Uruguay and her looks were 100% nationally designed. She confessed that it was an unforgettable experience and a blessing to share it with her son Atahualpa.
Natalia Oreiro and Ricardo Mollo took part in the charity concert “La Poderosa Navidad”, organized by the Association “La Garganta Poderosa” to raise funds for Christmas gifts for children. Natalia read lines from the work of Eduardo Galeano “El derecho al delirio” (The right to delirium).
This Monday, December 7th, 2020 the talent show Got Talent Uruguay was ended. Photos from the backstage can be found on gallery.
“Danzar por la Paz” is a Charity Dance Gala to benefit UNICEF that this year comes to Uruguay. The 16th edition will be held on November 20th, 2020 at 22:45 p.m. (Uruguay’s time) with the conduction of Natalia Oreiro and María Noel Riccetto.
The official trailer of the film “Hoy se arregla el mundo” (Today the world is fixed) which will be released in Summer 2021. Produced by Patagonik Films, directed by Ariel Winograd, Screenplay by Mariano Vera.
Starring by Leonardo Sbaraglia, Benjamín Otero, Charo López, Luis Luque, Martín Piroyansky, Soledad Silveyra, Gerardo Romano, Gabriel Corrado.
With the special participation of Natalia Oreiro.
Natalia Oreiro was visited the empty and beautiful National Library of Uruguay and she said the following:
“And today I laugh if you laugh, and I sing if you sing; and if you sleep, I sleep like a dog on your floors! Today I even carry your spring smell in my shadow; — Delmira Agustini”
The movie Hoy se arrgela el mundo” (Today the world is fixed) is going to premiere in Summer of 2021, in which Natalia Oreiro did a small appearance. In the gallery you can found a promotional photo.
Synopsis: Silvina (Natalia Oreiro) was the mother of Benito (Benjamin Otero), a very free and independent woman. The last night she meets the Greek (Leonardo Sbaraglia), she sows doubts about her paternity.