Mediaset Y Lara Alvarez have denied that the presenter has declined to lead the next edition of 'survivors'. The chain and Álvarez herself have dedicated some messages in Twitter after the magazine Semana has published that the presenter had said "no" to the reality show.
Under the shocking headline "Lara Álvarez stands before survivors"the publication assures in its pages that Álvarez "refuses to travel to Honduras because after seven editions considers that 'the effort has not been rewarded' ".
As the magazine explains, and citing sources close to the program, the presenter already communicated to her superiors in 2020 "her disenchantment with an effort that she did not consider rewarded". However, the magazine says that "after a brief pulse" he finally accepted and that he repeated it again in 2021.
However, none of that seems true a priori, after the official Mediaset account has written to the presenter this Wednesday: "It's so cold in Spain, don't you miss Honduras, @laralvarezg?" She responded quickly with a loud "AND SO MUCH!!". It is then clear that Álvarez will travel to Honduras again to carry out the work that she has been doing since 2015, when she replaced Raquel Sánchez Silva.