Thalía wraps up with her charm the audience that she had secured a full house at the first of two shows at the Auditorio Nacional, Friday night.
But not everything went as expected, of which apologizing more than five times by the constant failure of sound, video and equalization that was because the concert was recorded to be released as a DVD later this year, according to a source of her label, Sony Music.
"All this will pass, God, what craziness!", she said about by the half of show, which lasted just over two hours.
"Between the air going that goes high (of Distrito Federal, Mexico City), for running, for this man I love (her husband, Tommy Mottola, sitting next to the stage), for technical failures between the locker room... between the costumes and I put up the revenge of Montezuma, which brings me so (with diarrhea), so I do not know what to say. I know I must thank you for your patience and affection."
In a video appeared as an Egyptian queen when it began, with Atmósfera, and during the show gave an account of her career: a collage of clips when she sang the theme song of Quinceañera, Rosalinda and María la del Barrio, dozens of photos with her mother when she sang Habítame Siempre, and a cartoon and caricature with Erik Rubín in recalling the introduction of No Sé Si Es Amor, by Timbiriche (their former group), before both interpret La apuesta.
She went out for her fans, as she sang Tú y Yo moved between the assistance in the arms of two of her dancers. The accompany condoled in No Soy el Aire and Manías, and applauded in the classics like No Me Enseñaste and Piel Morena.
She had Yuri as a guest on Mujeres, and because of technical errors repeated the song.
"It is up to two to one," she joked when Thalía gave repeated instructions, and musicians started before time stopped and reminded them "to listen to the boss, that is, me. Now, we start".
And in Con los Años que Me Quedan she invited Leonel García, Samo and Jesús Navarro, but the star's microphone sounded much higher than theirs and in two occasions the sound was corrupted that the "uuuh" of the respectable was unanimous.
"Thanks, Thalía, being a muse for everyone," said Leonel, and the outbreak of joy was immediate.
Four elected by the fans rose (on stage) to make a karaoke with songs like "Fuego Cruzado and Pienso en Ti.
Finally, at 23:05, she took shelter with flags of her fans that approached her, including that of from Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Puerto Rico, Romania, Hungary and Argentina, although none generated so much scream as the Arco Iris.
DENIES SODI SEPARATION
Ernestina Sodi, Thalía's sister, said, upon arrival at the Auditorio, the rumors of separation from her husband, Mauricio Camps are not true and that the sources of the media that were released are unreliable.
"We love each other very much, we are very well," she said, while urging Camps to kiss her.
Then they were joined by Marina, daughter of Sodi and sister of Camila Sodi, who, in annoyed tone, said she was not a public figure and she was not interested to comment.
THEY TRAVEL FROM SOUTH AMERICA
With the savings of a year or of months, and doing everything possible to get tickets in presale, Thalía fans from Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Peru traveled to Mexico City just to see her at the Auditorio Nacional.
"Some got by Twitter or Facebook, others with friends who bought tickets on presale, otherwise it would be impossible. Already purchased tickets to prepare the trip, and if not, we come and we would have done everything possible to get" said the Brazilian Tayra Andrade.
Some 20 Brazilians and 10 Argentinians armed the ambiance outside the Auditorio and recounted their adventures.
"Thalía has been in promotion in Argentina, long ago that she is not going to (give) show and we regret that it was not in South America, that's why we came [here]."
"So we did a 'Tour Thalía' in Mexico: went to Colonia Santa María la Ribera, to the house of the 'Indio' Fernandez, where she recorded the video Amor a la Mexicana, Polanco, where she was staying... to many places associated with her", said Jorge Amado, Argentinian fan.
At the concert Dani Sodi also came, who calls himself "Señora de Mottola", and characterized as the former Timbiriche in the phase of the disc Love (1992), caused a sensation among fans and took pictures with him.
In the stalls there were all sorts of memories alluding to the star, such as pillows, pendants and mugs, while resellers offered tickets to $1,000-2,000 to negotiate.
Did you know...?
- Before the concert, the event programmer was booed because he put Y Yo Sigo Aquí by Paulina Rubio.
- Thalía showed six changes of clothes during the concert.
- In the intro of Mujeres displayed on giant screens were Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Lady Di and Eva Perón, among others.
- There were three teleprompters, front and on each side of the stage, she used to remember most of the lyrics.
Source: Reforma - ¡Conquistadora!