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For a wedding in Cancun, celebrities forget the pandemic

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Gloria Trevi and Gabriel Soto appeared in the photos of the wedding memory. Photo: Cuartoscuro

Several famous people, among them Glorita Trevi, Gabriel Soto and Roberto Palazuelos, they forgot about the new coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and attended a wedding in Cancun where were they, seen without wearing a mask, posing for souvenir photos.

The wedding ceremony took place on the night of this Friday, November 20. It was about the wedding of the promoter and businessman’s daughter, Pepe Gómez.

Odalis Gómez’s wedding with Michel Escalle took place in a splendid reception in which the former boxer also paraded Julio César Chávez and his wife Myriam Escobedo, Irina Baeva and the soap opera actors Agustín Arana.

Apparently, Myriam Escobar was one of the first to post the photos of how much fun he was having with the celebrities in the event. It is said that Chávez and his wife were the godparents of the sentimental ceremony.

In one of the images that Escobar shared you can see Agustin Arana accompanying various guests. Gabriel Soto and Irina Baeva They were also very funny.

Roberto Palazuelos He was also present, as was the singer Gloria Trevi who recently revealed that COVID-19 was at her home.

The wedding photos that attracted attention, because guests did not wear masks and they do not maintain the necessary distance to stop coronavirus infections, were published on the Instagram profile “myryamev09”, which, although not verified, shows a bit how the event was.

They cancel mega-party to famous group

The meeting of the celebrities at the Cancun wedding occurs a few days after Authorities in Mazatlan will cancel the birthday party by the grupero Luis Alfonso Partida “El Yaki”.

The former vocalist of Banda el Recodo brought together dozens of people in his “Yakifest” who in addition to having group members recognized as Pancho Barraza and El Coyote, featured a special concert that resounded throughout the boardwalk.

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The images of the “Yakifest” were also criticized for the violation of the health protocols required by the new coronavirus crisis.





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