The model and cheerleader recently moved into a new residence. (Archive)
The model and presenter Jacky Fontánez joined the businesswoman Wanda Malavé to launch the “reality show” “A lo Malavé and Jacky style” where they will share with the public the transformation process of the new residence of the host of the radio program “What's Up ”(New 94).
The program -completely digital- will premiere today on Malavé's YouTube channel and will be broadcast every Tuesday from 12:00 am
“I never thought that this (setting a home) was so much work,” Fontánez acknowledged during the promotional video for the first episode. “I think we gave ourselves two combat warriors to the front row. Now, to be able to do this 'A lo Malavé and Jacky style' ”, continued Malavé, who has a history of more than a decade in the furniture and interior decoration industry and is the owner of the shop for decoration and sale of papers Decorative Fashion House.
After the official announcement, the businesswomen posted videos on their social networks showing the different emotions that can be experienced during the course of a remodeling.
“A lo Malavé and Jacky style” is directed by Franco Aparicio .
The reactions from friends and colleagues of the presenters have not been long in coming and predict “it will be a success.”
“I want to see it now,” wrote the model and announcer Bebe Maldonado. “I'm not missing it,” said the space organizer Indira Molina.
In an interview conducted in 2015 with the magazine Hogar y Construcción de Primera Hora, Fontánez stated that “having a home is a great responsibility. When we are with our parents, we dream of the day of having our own house because we do not have anyone who is telling us what we have to do or what time we should arrive. I mean, you have all that freedom. Now, we do not start to analyze what it takes to have a property and live alone: paying for water, electricity, maintenance, shopping … countless things. It is there that you begin to appreciate all the sacrifices that your parents make ”.
Since she was a child, the actress also enjoyed seeing catalogs of home accessories, cutting them out and designing her residence of the future.