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They capture Monserrat and Yolanda in Aztec TV

Mexico. – Monserrat Oliver and Yolanda Andrade are giving a lot to talk about and it is because of an image that circulates on social networks you could say that the two conductors are thinking of leaving Televisa to switch to TV Azteca.

And in the picture you see Andrade holding a microphone with the image of the Ajusco television, while Olivier is very smiling next to his friend.

We must remember that the drivers of Montse & Joe are recording this program for the Unicable chain, which belongs to the production house of San Ángel.

So far neither has been pronounced, as in their social networks have not made any comments if it is true or lie that are ready to go to TV Azteca, which for some months are interested in making some productions that Televisa is no longer interested in working as it was at the time "La Voz".

information and photography of El Universal.

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