Juan Soler exits Sale el Sol, and Alfonso Vera shines as replacement

Amid controversy, Juan Soler leaves Sale el Sol for new projects; Alfonso Vera takes over as head anchor starting May 8th.

Last Friday, April 28, Juan Soler gave his haters the best news, he announced his departure from Sale el Sol, the program where, one day before, he made a misogynistic comment about the legs of his partner Mónica Noguera -52 years old-.

Although many people assumed that the double entendre comment was the reason for his departure, the truth is that it was already scheduled because Juan Soler, 57 years old, has other projects.

Therefore, producers of the Imagen Televisión program already have a replacement for Juan Soler, who is also an actor.

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Juan Soler, host, and actor (@saleelsoltv)

Sale el Soler’s replacement has already been found.

According to show villain Alex Kaffie, 51, Juan Soler will be replaced by Alfonso Vera, 49.

Alfonso Vera returns to Sale el Sol as a head anchor,” reveals the journalist in his section of the newspaper El Heraldo de México, who recalls collaborating in the morning show analyzing the daily news.

His entry is scheduled for next Monday, May 8, when more changes will begin to be seen on the TV station.

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Alfonso Vera (@ponchovpof / Instagram).

Juan Soler cries as he says goodbye to Sale el Sol

Juan Soler spent six months in Sale el Sol, enough time to put on the shirt of the Imagen Televisión program and become fond of his colleagues, so when he said goodbye, he broke down in tears.

“Thank you very much, Sale el Sol, thank you for being part of my life,” he wrote on his Instagram account, where he shared a brief video that shows him crying after his co-stars applauded him for several seconds in gratitude.


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Juan Soler was not fired from Sale el Sol for the comment to Mónica Noguera, 52 years old, and his exit was sung because he has upcoming projects.

Juan Soler will participate in a controversial movie filmed in Guadalajara, where he traveled last Sunday.

“I’m going to make a controversial movie where my character, already in the newspaper, is a real case, but now frictional, my character ends up executed by the law. I was delighted to accept it,” he reveals.

And he said that once he finishes filming, he will do a comedy series for Televisa, which will take at least seven weeks “of hard work.”

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Juan Soler (@juansolervalls / Instagram)