beginning of sing with me nowThe new staging by Marcelo Tinelli and LaFalia, which garnered over 17 ratings points in its first installment, had a huge impact on the social network, with a large number of memes circulating.
The target of Twitter were numerous jury of the program (there are 100 in total), but they mainly focused on puma Rodriguez, Christian Castro and Alejandro Parker, who was compared to the villain in one of the Shrek films, Lord Farquad.
Being a singing event, the 100 jurors must choose between whether or not to accompany the participant, and depending on the number of jurors who manage to convince them, that’s the score they get.
Alongside all this, Puma Rodriguez had a “meme” moment while another contestant entered the scene, Rudy Morales, who performed “Proud Mary.” It was there that the puma noticed something distressed, his head tilted slightly to his left. Actually, he did not comment on the young man’s presentation.
“El Puma Rodriguez was wondering why he came…”; “Tinelli: You don’t have to hold back, you have to find someone with vibes similar to Palito, bring Puma Rodriguez” and “Thinking he could stay home eating a Sanguchito”, were some of the comments in the network. spread up.
Meanwhile, for Cristian Castro, Twitter users focused on her hair color along with the flashy suit she’s wearing.
“I love you Christian Castro, you are a mix between Joker, Mattias Alle and Mostazza Merlo”; “Christian Castro is the purse your aunt gives you for Christmas” and “Christian Castro’s hair”, users posted.
Finally, Twitter dedicated a few posts to the jury Alejandro Pekar, who previously voted in favor of none of the contestants and who is already running as the contest’s legendary villain. However, in addition to naming him as the “Bad Man from Sing With Me Now”, many compared him to a character in the Shrek saga, Lord Farquad.
“Lord Farquad sharing the jury with the Locho gentlemen”; “Did Budget Tinley put Lord Farquad on the jury too!!”; “Lord Farquad as jury for #CantaConmigoNow” and “Lord Farquad on jury, very good Tinley this year,” he wrote on the network.