• Programs Jordi Évole's interview with Miguel Bosé will have a second installment next Sunday focused on Covid

If there is a controversial figure in recent months, already more than a year, with the coronavirus pandemic, that has been

Miguel Bosé


With his 65 years just turned, the singer will be the next guest that

Jordi Évole

will have in front

of his program

Lo de Évole.

But how do you get to develop an interview with a controversial figure and little given to appear in the media?

It was a call from the Catalan journalist directly to the singer, without intermediate steps, that set an interview on track that lasted for several hours at the

Sofitel City hotel in Mexico City


"They have a great relationship for a long time and Miguel has full confidence in Jordi, that made everything much easier," they explain from the Lo de Évole team to EL MUNDO.

A team that also points out that "that good harmony" is appreciated throughout the conversation despite "the differences" that the interviewer and interviewee show at various times, especially when the coronavirus health crisis makes an appearance.

"The interview continues because Jordi comes a time when he tells him that he is not going to refute anything because they will not be able to agree," indicate sources consulted by this newspaper.

This disagreement occurs when Bosé, as he has done on multiple occasions previously, refuses to attribute the death of his mother,

Lucía Bosé

, to the coronavirus.

"My mother did not have coronavirus, that has to stop now," the singer says at one point in the promotional trailer of the program.

But that excerpt and the bulk of the conversation about the health crisis and its aftermath will have to wait.

As EL MUNDO already advanced, Évole's interview with Bosé will have two deliveries:

one this Sunday the 11th and another on Sunday the 18th


"There was a lot of material and it seemed like a good idea to do two programs," they point out in the Catalan journalist's production company, Producciones del Barrio.

Thus this Sunday, with the exception of some details about Covid, the conversation will revolve around Bosé's musical career, his multiple addiction problems, both to alcohol and drugs, and his voice problems.

"My voice comes and goes, now I can speak, but I have come to have no voice," acknowledges the author of titles such as

Bandit Lover




Don Diablo.

It will be a week later when the coronavirus really lands in the meeting between the two protagonists in Mexico City, when Miguel Bosé will once again show his tendency to denial with the health crisis and its consequences.

"He continues to insist on the same thing that we have seen in recent months, he is convinced," they point out from the program's team.

However, a part of that team details that "it is a role" that the singer has already created and another part affirms that the artist "suffers from problems."

Such is the case that just when the recording begins, as shown in one of the promotional ads, Miguel Bosé asks Jordi Évole to remove his mask in order to start the conversation.

"Take off your mask now, I don't talk to people with a mask," says the singer, who already last August encouraged the citizens of Madrid to attend a denialist and anti-mask rally in the center of the capital.

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