MexicanactressGeraldineBazanfliesfromtheBillboardsinMiamitotheAceAwardsinNewYorktoGlaadAwardsinSouthBeach She will participate in the 5th of May festivities and the closure of TRIBECA film fest in the Big Apple
MIAMI FL-- Geraldine Bazan actress who has just received her residency in the United States recently stared in the NBC Telemundo soap opera Land of Passions (Tierra de Pasiones) and in Univision Love doesn’t Have a Price (El Amor No Tiene Precio). Currently she is a very bad behaved villain in the teen soap Under the Reigns of Love (Bajo Las Riendas del Amor) from Televisa Miami Studios all three currently being transmitted in Mexico, Central and South America as well as Europe.
Geraldine Bazan for her artistic trajectory has received more than twenty some awards in Mexico for theater, movies, and television. In Los Angeles she received the Golden Aztec Award (Azteca de Oro) in the annual Dialogue with out Borders Convention along with Mayor Antonio Villaraigoza, Laura Zapata, Yolanda Montes (Tongolele), Manuela Torres and Piolin. In Maracaibo, Venezuela she received the Mara de Oro Diamond edition same also awarded to singer David Bisbal.
April 25th and 26th she will be participating in the press conference, red carpet, and award presentation the Billboards in Miami, Florida hosted this year by Marlene Favela and Carlos Ponce. Honored this year will be Pedro Infante†, Miguel Bose, Ricardo Montaner, and Valentin Elizalde† who’s family surprisingly cancelled. Also Spanish singer David Bisbal, expected to perform at the Billboards also cancelled. In attendance to the award show will be Osvaldo Rios, Lupillo Rivera, Gaby Spanic, Gaby Espino, Monica Noguera, Penélope Menchaca, Ivonne Montero, Mauricio Islas, and Aylin Mujica. The night promises to hola many surprises.
April 28th and 29th she will also be participating in Fashion Week Inside in Style Miami in Ocean Drive where she will be modeling an outfit by Samy Gicherman in the Armandeus Fashion Show
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