Like every morning, Aruser@s returned to La Sexta to review the latest current affairs with Alfonso Arús. The program’s collaborators and its presenter reviewed the latest news and one of them was Rosalía’s latest movements. In the last few hours, the Catalan artist has shared the decoration that she wears on her teeth, something that has impacted Tatiana Arús, who could not help but comment on this matter with maximum sincerity and in an ingenious way.

“We have news from Rosalía because she first showed off her new dental decorations,” said Alfonso Arús on the set. It was then that Tatiana seemed most surprised. “Normally, they are usually bright, but, in this case, we introduced the theme of colors,” she expressed. “We have a tooth of each color and it matches all the items of clothing,” explains the collaborator. “They are the latest outfits that she has worn for a clothing brand,” she said.

However, this new decoration has not completely convinced Tatiana, who has assured that “the one with the central teeth is the bright one crooked.” “I don’t know if eating meat made him move,” she said, causing the rest of the collaborators to laugh.

On the other hand, the collaborator reported that the Catalan artist is going to open a recording studio in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, very close to Barcelona. “Apparently it is already under construction and they intend to build one of the best recording studios in Europe,” she said, while she assured that she “intends to set up offices for her company.”

The first information that the Malamente and Saoko singer would plan to settle in Barcelona and produce her music here came in December of last year, when RAC1 announced that the artist from Sant Esteve Sesrovires was planning to create a music studio and was looking for a house in the area. of Vallvidrera to convert it into his residence. It should be noted that in recent years she has lived in the United States, where she moved between Miami, New York and Los Angeles. Precisely, in this last city the recording process of her already emblematic third studio album, Motomami, took place.

Precisely, this Friday La Vanguardia reveals that these plans are going ahead, and that the artist and her entourage are in the process of renovating an office building in l’Hospitalet, where she will install a recording studio to work on her future projects. The space, located on Can Pi street, next to Fira Gran Via, is already under construction, according to sources from the Consistory, who have held several meetings with Pilar Tobella, Rosalía’s mother. As this media has learned, the studio will be one of the best equipped in Europe.