In the picture of the premiere of Netflix’s Rebelde, Anahí remembers the fashion icon that was Mía Colucci

Mexico.- A few days ago Rebelde was released, Netflix’s new bet that presents a new generation following the story of the 2004 telenovela produced by Pedro Damián for Televisa, and in the launch frame, Anahí remembers her participation in the project.

The 38-year-old Mexican singer shared through her official Instagram profile a photograph with which remembers Mía Colucci with great affection, his character in Rebelde and the band RBD, demonstrating the great impact he had and the legacy he left in the history of music.

Mia was a fashion icon in her time, also an icon of pop culture in Latin music, since he managed to mark generations and to this day there has not been another character with the same impact, his followers say.

In the picture of the premiere of Netflix’s Rebelde, Anahí remembers the fashion icon that was Mía Colucci

This character was played by Anahí, who on different occasions has revealed that it was a watershed for her career, and despite everything, she can remember her with great affection, so she recently began to pay tribute to her.

From an online concert with Christian Chávez, Dulce María and Christopher Von Uckermann, to outfits in her honor and re-recordings of her old songs, they have made it clear that RBD was a very significant moment for the singer.

After the premiere of Rebel, from Netflix, many have compared Jana, played by Azul Guaita, one of the main characters, with Mia, since they have a very reasonable physical resemblance, however, there are those who remember her through Franko, who is finally a Colucci, it has all its personality.

The new Netflix series has caused a sensation since its premiereWell, everyone has been amazed by the new history, the new music, the chemistry and the references that are still present towards the 2004 telenovela that has been one of the great successes of Mexican television.

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