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Don Francisco hosts celebrities and musical guests.

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Participan Alexis Valdés con "Cristinito", la Chupitos, el cuenta chistes, "Jochy" y el ventrílocuo.
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Una exclusiva con Ángela Ponce, aspirante transgénero a Miss Universo. Diego Torres habla de su regreso al cine y canta su éxito musical.
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Después de su doble trasplante de pulmón, El Puma se presenta por primera vez, en televisión, da una entrevista exclusiva, habla de su recuperación, canta y presenta su más reciente producción.
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Ninel Conde habla de sus logros, de su personaje, Evelina y brilla como cantante. Michel Brown comenta su rol protagónico en Falco. Llega el joven Abraham Mateo y deslumbra con su voz.
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Un programa dedicado a las mujeres modernas, fuertes y luchadoras. Mariana Seoane, coanima y cuenta de su personaje, Roxana, en El Recluso. Fabian Ríos y la sexólogas Alessandra Rampolla.
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Carolina Gaitán presenta el tema "Vuela" de su autoría. Timoteo Pollard, El Charro Negro. Competencia de parejas de anglos con latinas. El ritmo de la cumbia mexicana de Los Ángeles Azules.
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Marjorie de Souza habla de su actividad teatral y de su vida después de Julian Gil. Lupillo Rivera, José Manuel Figueroa y Pablo Montero cantan el éxito de Joan Sebastián, `De Pueblo en Pueblo'.
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Julio Iglesias Jr. habla de su padre y presenta "Pobre Diablo"; Fanny Lu recibe una gran sorpresa y canta "Romper el hielo"; Jessica Carrillo desde Rusia con los detalles de la Copa Mundial.
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Una fiesta colorida a solo cuatro días del Mundial de Rusia 2018. Con Andres Cantor, Carlos Hermosillo, Manuel Sol, la profesora de ruso Nina Frolov y la coreografia de Positivo de J Balvin.
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Edith González y su dura lucha contra el cáncer; Regulo Caro con `Cómo vuelvo a enamorarte'; la comediante Cessy Casanova; Karol G con `Mi cama'; gemelas españolas que cambiaron de género.
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Sebastián Yatra con Por Perro y Love, tema del Mundial Rusia 2018; Andrea Valdiri, modelo y bailarina; Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo, Gilberto Santa Rosa incursiona en el género urbano con El Micha.
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J. Balvin junto a Anitta interpretan Downtown; la presentadora Erika Csiszer; Sammy Sadovnik habla del Mundial Rusia 2018; Rodrigo Alves, el ken humano; bellezas rusas; humor y mas.

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