Next Monday, February 13, “The Challenge Argentina, El Desafio” will premiere on Telefe Screens, hosted by Marley And in this 18 celebrities will compete among themselves.
It’s already been recorded on a new reality show on Argentine television, but Driver insists no one has leaked anything yet. “We’re all very professional. If it goes bad, it’ll lose all the fun. Nobody’s interested in knowing who wins before the event starts.”
In an interview with La Nación, Marley They talked about how they were preparing for the new Telefe format and the challenges it posed, but also recalled their time at school in which they faced their own challenges: learning English, some It’s hard to believe the ease with which they handle the language today.
“I went to Ballester Institute, which had a very special system because there was an option to take an exam and go from sixth grade to first grade, skipping seventh,” he began.
“I took the test and many women passed and only two men including me. So, I was in my first year of high school at the age of 11. At first it was very difficult for me and I took it with me. It was a problem,” he revealed. Marley,
In this context, Driver reveals an incredible anecdote that has allowed him to overcome his problems in learning to speak English, a language that he is now fluent in and that allows him to travel the world with his work. allows.
“My uncle won a million dollars in the lottery in Canada and he invited us to spend two months. They invited the whole family because my aunt wanted to thank in this way everything my father did for his younger brothers because, somehow, he saved them when they came to Argentina, escaping the Nazi regime,” he said. Marley,
“For me, in particular, those two months changed my accent and I became one of the best students in the English class when I returned. I would have been 14 at the time,” added the driver.