Pablo Motos has not submitted ‘The Hormiguero‘ this Monday for the first time in the program’s history when being quarantined after being in contact with a person infected with Covid-19.
In the absence of motorcycles, Nuria Roca, a contributor to the popular Antena 3 television space, has been in charge of conducting it.
The presenter’s withdrawal, caused by the positive for coronavirus of another member of the program, Juan Ibáñez (Trancas), is a milestone in ‘El Hormiguero’, since Motos had not failed a day in 14 seasons.
To replace it, the space has resorted to the experience of the Valencian presenter, who has confessed to feeling nervous about the role she had to play. “I have tachycardias,” he acknowledged. “Pablo is perfectly fine, but he has been in contact with a person positive for coronavirus and as a precaution we have sent him home,” he clarified, before continuing.
Later, Motos has appeared by videoconference from home to confirm that he was okay.