Ursulá Corberó has come to have fun … on Jimmy Fallon’s program | TV


Ursula Corberó has debuted at dawn on Wednesday as a guest at a late night american in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Coinciding with the premiere of the final episodes of The Money Heist, the actress has participated in one of the segments of the NBC network, from studio 6B at New York’s Rockefeller Center. It has been just six minutes, the usual duration for the second interview of the program, in which the Barcelona woman has had time to talk about the international success of the series, to release a suitably censored expletive with a beep and to remember her meeting with Madonna , one of his most famous followers. Before her, the actress Nicole Kidman intervened and, right after, the Belgian singer Stromae acted.

Corberó explained when Fallon, one of the star presenters from the United States, arrived on the set that he was traveling expressly from Madrid to participate in the program. “Can you believe that my first show here [en Estados Unidos] Is it with Jimmy Fallon and Nicole Kidman? Something relaxed ”, he joked. The actress who plays the character Tokyo in The Money Heist He recalled that he discovered the international success of Spanish fiction very shortly after the start of its broadcast on Netflix. She was attending a New Year’s Eve party in Uruguay in December 2017, along with her boyfriend Chino Darín and her father-in-law Ricardo Darín. “It was a crowded party and all of a sudden everyone recognized me and was talking to me about Tokyo. I told my boyfriend: ‘what a coincidence that everyone who watches the series is at this party.’

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In another of the anecdotes that feed this type of interview, Corberó recalled the moment when Madonna was found on a plane. The singer confessed that Tokio was her favorite character from the series, gave her her phone number and sent her a message to warn her that she had forgotten her passport in her seat.

At the beginning of the program, Fallon announced the participation of the Barcelona woman as her debut in the world of late night U.S. He also strongly recommended Money Heist – the English title of The Money Heist– your viewers. “It is THE series of the moment. Is the new The Squid Game. If I had to invest all my chips in one series, it would be a Money Heist. And she is the protagonist, “he said minutes before inviting the actress to the set.

The Money Heist It has become the most consumed content on Netflix in the week of November 29 to December 5, according to data provided by the company. Despite premiering on Friday, December 3, the Spanish series has accumulated in just three days almost 190 million hours of reproduction, far above any other series or film in English or any other language. The second classified, the Colombian The queen of flow, it has reached 59 million hours.

Corberó’s international fame soared after the arrival of The Money Heist to Netflix, at the end of 2017, as shown by its data on social networks. The actress started 2018 with a million followers on Instagram. Currently, it has more than 24 million, being one of the most popular Spanish personalities on this social network. Among the actress’s projects in Hollywood in recent years is the series Snatch, which stars Rupert Grint (the saga Harry Potter) and is the adaptation of the 2000 film by Guy Ritchie and Brad Pitt. He has also participated in the action film Snake Eyes: el origen.

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There have been few Spanish appearances in late nights Americans beyond the presence of Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Antonio Banderas. Ana Obregón did it in 1985 during her adventure in Hollywood, to promote a Christmas special by Plácido Domingo in which she participated. She was invited to the legendary Johnny Carson’s show and with actress Bette Midler sitting next to him. It can be seen in this video, starting at minute 30:30.

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