“Opportunities come when they should be”: Yamna Lobos and his return to television in “Aquí se baila”

The dancer assures that she arrives “wanting to reconnect with the stage and this energy which makes me vibrate and makes me live”.

Three years have passed since his last appearance on the screen, as a coach of the show “Rojo, el color del talent”, on TVN, and for Yamna Lobos his return as a dance star, this Monday next in the second season of “Aquí se dance”, on the Thirteenth Channel, is a good opportunity to “reconnect with the scene”.

“A lot of people have asked me why I wasn’t in the first season of ‘Aquí se baila’ and I’ve always believed that opportunities come when they should, so I said ‘this n ‘isn’t my time’ and I was also in another shutdown. I was looking for places to settle down with my academy and I had the energy focused on that”he specifies.

More than competing with ambition and wanting to win, I do it for the reunion with the dance, and if I win, let it be the result of my work.

— Yamna Wolves

“I arrive with the desire to reconnect with the stage and with this energy which makes me vibrate and which makes me live. I used to say that the stage was the place where I could be myself, and after the pandemic and the confinement, this opportunity is useful, because it is the impulse to dance again and to start moving again.continues the dancer, who recognizes that this return to the screens “does me good for the soul, the heart and the body”.

The return of Yamna Lobos

“I feel like I’m reborn and I’m using my creativity again, I’m getting back to dancing and finding what was the start of all my dreams, while trusting my body again. And it’s all very nice.”said Lobos.

Regarding her return to competition in dance programs, Yamna assures that “At one point I walked away from dance and TV because a lot was happening to me and I wanted to have peace of mind (…) but that has now changed. I studied physical training for three years and I graduated pregnant, then I felt like I rested for a long time and I missed it and that’s why I’m back now.

Of course, the ex-dancer and coach of “Rojo” makes it clear that she does not want to take this reunion with the pressure of looking for a victory.

“More than competing with ambition and wanting to win, I do it for the reunion with the dance, and if I win, let it be the fruit of my work. And if I don’t win, welcome too. I already had my past skills, I don’t want to reaffirm or validate any of my work. It’s a personal challenge and it’s like saying ‘you can still do it, you’re still good for the dance floor’”, hill.

Source: Publimetro

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