Chumel Torres opened the doors of his home in Mexico City to ‘When nobody sees me’

Chumel Torres is the creator of ‘The Pulse of the Republic’

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The comedian and presenter José Manuel Torres, known as Chumel Torres, opened the doors of his home in Mexico City to Isabel Fernández and her program ‘When nobody sees me’.

In this new episode of the program details of the controversial Torres could be seen, who in recent years has become one of the main opponents of the current president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Although Torres has a huge following and many professional successes, her home is far from luxurious. His appartament it is located on the ground floor of a building that does not look too modern nor luxurious.

Torres’ greatest success is the internet program called ‘Elpulso de la República’, where, from humor, he criticizes politics.

Although the residence is not too large, nor does it have great lighting, Chumel Torres has managed to decorate the place in a way that attracts attention of your guests.

The first space he showed on the tour was his office and studio, whose walls are decorated with portraits of various stars that the comedian admires and inspire him to continue with his work. In that office he writes, revises scripts, does radio and everything related to work.

All the walls in the Chumel Torres home are decorated with striking elements. The living room, for example, has various works of art by different artists. It also has a collection of books and vinyl.

Your home also includes a TV room for watching movies and playing video games.

The kitchen has red and gray ceramic countertops, it’s not very large and Torres confesses that she doesn’t spend much time in that part of the house.

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