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Lola Índigo

confessed as soon as the interview in

El Hormiguero

began : she had never been so nervous.

The reason is none other than the premiere of her documentary,

La Niña

.

Because of what was discovered last night in

El Hormiguero

,

La Niña

, is not a usual documentary about the adventures of the fashionable singer,

La Niña

is where

Lola Índigo

takes off her fatigues and only

Miriam Doblas Muñoz

remains , that

Mimi

.

How could she not cry?

Now, let us not forget that the tears that are shed are bitter, but those that are not shed are more bitter.

There will be those who wonder how it is possible that a girl with only 30 years can already have her documentary, more than that she can already have her documentary, that she can have something to tell.

Well, in the case of

Lola Índigo

, she probably has much more to tell than those who are already close to 50. The life of

Miriam Doblas Muñoz

is not the life of a girl who enters a

musical

talent show,

Operación Triunfo

, she is cast first , gets the batteries, assembles his group and fulfills his dream.

This would be the story that Disney would bring to the big screen, but it is not the story of

Miriam Doblas

nor is it that of

Lola Índigo

.

And perhaps that is why Lola Índigo started her interview in

El Hormiguero

last night warning of those nerves.

Pablo Motos

already told

you that promoting and presenting a song is not the same as promoting a documentary where, in addition to your failures and your successes, your weaknesses will be seen.

"I've never been nervous, but in this case it's like opening your heart in front of the whole world," said

Lola Índigo

.

"Open your heart",

Lola Índigo

does in the documentary and she did it last night because everything is linked by a fine thread.

I imagine that it is very complicated to separate one thing from the other, trying to remain stoic and firm, with that mask of fame, when what you are going to present is you with all your consequences.

Lola3

And in those consequences, which in the end is her story,

Lola Índigo

shows a girl who never wanted to give up her dream, music and dance, and who fought in all the unimaginable ways (and also the most terrible) to achieve it.

In

La Niña

,

Lola Índigo

not only recounts her passage through

Fame, to dance!

, with the famous fight with

Rafa Méndez

, which cost him the exit of her, or his first expulsion from

OT

Of her;

We all know that by hearsay or live and direct.

In

The Girl

,

Lola Indigo

it goes much further.

She recounts how one fine day she made the decision - which not everyone would be able to make - to leave everything behind and go to China at the age of 20 to continue living what she loved.

She tells how her years in the Asian country were and how

she suffered from anorexia

.

I can and I don't want to by Lola Índigo in El Hormiguero

In

La Niña

, she relates that difficult part calmly and without hesitation.

However, last night in

El Hormiguero

was different.

Obviously, Lola Índigo knew that she had to speak in

El Hormiguero

about the eating disorders that she has suffered and that she reveals in more detail in her documentary, but she had a hard time.

She cost him to such an extent that

Pablo Motos

tried to express himself, to talk about it, to serve as an example for young people who may be going through the same thing she went through.

Lola Indigo

was aware, but she was a I want and I can't or better a I can and I don't want to.

Since

Pablo Motos

opened the melon by mentioning how in the documentary he talks about these disorders,

Lola Índigo

's face began to unravel a tension that was no longer due to the nerves of the documentary, but rather because of what it costs to have to talk about the anorexy.

In fact, the word anorexia was never pronounced.

"When I started dancing I never dared to come to Madrid because they had thrown me out some time because of my physique. In China they told me that to dance I had to be like a toothpick. So I stopped eating and today I think that being genuinely who you are, it's when you inspire people, you have to empower yourself and say

'I love who I am'

".

He did not fail to mention the word anorexia at any time because his tension and his words were more than enough.

She had a hard time, but

Lola Indigo

taught a lesson.

It is totally understandable that she had a hard time talking about it, but there was an undertone that she herself dropped: "I am not an expert in this nor am I here to give any lesson."

Lola Indigo

couldn't help but not answer, but she could not turn it into a whole, much less into a drama.

So she tried by all means to play it down, to count it as one more fact of her life and, above all, to send the message that you have to accept yourself.

Lola Índigo reveals in El Hormiguero that she suffered from anorexia

"When did you realize the problem?"

Pablo Motos

asked him .

"I realized when I was weighing everything and starving myself.

I was weak, dizzy and my family began to worry

because the physical change was visible in the photos I sent them, but meanwhile, most of the comments I had were that was amazing."

How did you get over it?

With the love of his family, but especially the day he realized that he had to find his "essence" and stop living by what they judged him: "Now I think that when you go through something like that, you have to always be alert, all my life. Finding my essence and being able to focus on a project like being 100% me, that of

Lola Índigo

, helped me a lot".

Lola Indigo

remains alert, "all her life".

Hard, huh?

And, perhaps, it was because of that hardness that only the person who has gone through it knows how far it can go, so Lola Índigo broke in

El Hormiguero

as few guests have done.

It is true that whenever she has been to

El Hormiguero

, her emotion has been able to overcome her.

Pablo Motos

and his team take care of Lola Índigo in an exceptional way.

This time it was not going to be different.

And, furthermore, every time she has gone to

El Hormiguero

she has not left an iota of doubt about how grateful she is to be able to sit on the program, to be able to be there and what it means to her.

Because no matter how much Lola Indigo is, deep down she is still that

Miriam Doblas

who went to china at the age of 20 and fought to unsuspected levels to fulfill the dream he is living today.

So when

Pablo Motos showed

him the trailer for

La Niña

, Lola Índigo or, rather,

Miriam Doblas

released all that tension, all those nerves and got carried away by emotion.

She couldn't help crying, she couldn't hold back the tears, although she tried with all her might: "For me, having the opportunity to do a project with my friends and with my people has been a very cool thing. I swear to you,

Pablo

Years go by and I still can't believe it. I feel super, super lucky. It's very strong."

And she couldn't continue speaking.

"Sometimes when I do an interview he says to me 'what is the secret of success?'

and I always fuck with them because I tell them 'work one more hour'", Pablo Motos

gave him a cape before

Lola Índigo

's uncontrolled crying

.

"... But with a hard-working person, no one can. And you are a hard-working person," he finished with one of those hugs with which the presenter always seeks for the guest to return to his being, to the chair, to the control.

"Well, let's talk about your record, otherwise you're going to go into a tailspin."

By the hair.

But she had already entered the auger and, although, Lola Índigo probably did not go to

El Hormiguero

with that intention, not even with the intention of opening up in that way, of breaking in that way, because in the end you show the weaknesses that you do not want anyone to see. More and more when you are a public figure, an artist, I think there are times when it is more necessary to show the friendly side that is always shown and that is always sold.

I don't think that

Lola Índigo

needed to keep her mouth shut, but showing that weakness, that fragility,

Lola Índigo

is much more

Lola Índigo

, she is much more

Miriam Doblas

, she is much more that humility that she has never lost and from which many should take note.

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