The second week of “Chinese Stories” began with nun Lucía Caram as a guest. La Sor visited Jorge Javier Vázquez’s set to talk about various topics. Among them, one was mentioned that particularly touched the presenter, as it appeared in his previous show, Sálvame.
After reflecting on the Church’s vision of homosexuality, its work in the war in Ukraine and in the monarchy in Spain, Jorge Javier asked his guest a question: “Interviewing a nun always has something, since it is not usual. What is the question?” What bothers you most when people ask you?” “When he asks me to comment on topics that don’t interest me (…) It bothers me when an interview is conducted and the People become prejudiced or start attacking some of the things I do. It happened.” for me, for example. For example in Sálvame,” answered the nun.
“Sálvame doesn’t look familiar to me,” Jorge Javier responded ironically. “That doesn’t sound familiar, does it?” Caram added jokingly, before continuing with the anecdote: “One of your employees, who was very bald, very bald, threw himself at me when he judged what I was doing. ” ” . “And I told her, ‘I came here to talk about something else and I ask you not to get involved in it.’ Things like that bother me,” the nun confessed.
The one from Badalona decided that he was talking about Kiko Matamoros, a fact that Sor himself confirmed. “Would you like me to organize a weekend with him?” the host of the show asked her, to which the nun replied with a laugh: “She wasn’t particularly interested, but she wouldn’t have a problem.” “Maybe I would take the opportunity to tell him “To explain what I’m doing and tell him to help me in Ukraine,” he continued caustically, to which Vázquez concluded: “Well, I would definitely do it, I would definitely do it.”