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Quarantine celebrities: Luciana Salazar

Luciana Salazar spends her quarantine days training her sculptural physical, and as always, leaving spicy and mysterious phrases...


By showing a reliable source in the world of  politics , Luciana Salazar had “the data.”  Mandatory quarantine was coming. So the first thing he did was take his parents to his home in the big closed  Nordelta neighborhood. Then he went to the supermarket to make a big purchase and stock up for a long time.

Luciana tells that her parents, in a risk group,  give her a big hand with her little daughter Matilda . Which allows him to sleep a little longer in the morning. La Salazar also confesses to having extreme   the charges against the contagion  . Barbijo, gloves,  gel alcohol , lavandine, among other measures. Everything seems little to him.

And the intriguing message ever...

Luciana Salazar spends her days of confinement playing with Matilda. Reading. And training at a gym he improvised inside his house. But his body isn't the only explosive thing in his life. She always has some  phrase that generates things in people . Sometimes these are policy revelations. Secrets. Other times they are enigmatic phrases. Because Luciana doesn't talk about her private life and less about men.  But always “something gets away.”  That leaves us thinking.

This time it was that he is looking forward to "seeing someone special “...

Publication Date: 06/04/2020

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