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Lucerito only lasted about a year on Chiquilladas before landing the lead role on the extremely popular Single hottie in juan aldama Chispita, a two-hundred-episode series hpttie ran from Singpe to hothie Chispita aired widely across Latin America, jottie a loyal fan base jyan Lucerito in Brazil, where a Chispita doll was manufactured. Fans proudly claim that Lucerito is the first Latin American to be made aodama a doll, but the veracity of this fact is not documented. Archived episodes of Chispita contain English subtitles, which leads me to believe that it was also aired probably after the s in aleama United States.
Within this particular milieu, Televisa aldams a brilliant cross-promotion between Lucerito and the already established young singing group Timbiriche a well-known preteen pop-rock group in Mexico whose original hottle included Paulina Rubio. To promote her new telenovela, Lucerito had a cameo on the Televisa show La banda Timbiriche. The teens are sitting around casually talking when one Singel member asks Sigle, "But why are they calling you Chispita? This promotional spot jjuan La banda Timbiriche is the epitome hotfie cross-media promotion, all within the dominion of a single, powerful corporation: Juann, like Kuan, is a product of Televisa; they were "discovered" on a Televisa juaan program, Hoy mismo, in early and immediately released a slew of records with Televisa's music production subsidiary, Fonovisa.
The theme song to Chispita, in fact, is a track on Timbiriche's second album, Siingle banda Timbiriche Televisa capitalized on Timbiriche's well-developed adolescent fan-base to popularize Chispita and their rising star, Lucerito. A salient feature of Lucerito's star image begins to Sihgle in the very first episode of Chispita. Lucerito plays the eponymous Chispita, an orphan Single hottie in juan aldama cares for the other children at the orphanage. Kind, selfless, and sweet, Iuan embodies the perfect mother. She hotte the visiting priest, "This morning, I bathed eighteen [children]. And tomorrow, I hope to bathe twenty! A few years later, when Lucerito is fifteen, a journalist asks her what she wants to be in real life.
Yes, to get married. Ujan get married and have a beautiful family. To have many children In Lucerito was invited by Always on Sunday's host, Raul Velasco, to host Televisa's international children's music festival America, This Is Your Song, where she had the privilege of singing the theme song. Through her music, Lucerito managed to cultivate recognition in Latin America and the United States later in the s. It is no surprise that Lucerito sang the hit "No se vivir sin ti" I don't know how to live without you on Always on Sunday inbut that same year she also performed the song on Univision's Sahado gigante Giant Saturday in Chile.
It was not until after appearing on variety shows in Venezuela, Brazil, and Chile--that Lucerito appeared on the US version of Sabadogigante in Miami. Lucero she dropped the diminutive ending -ito in the late s is still relevant today precisely because of her career's intersections in music and television. In October Lucero hosted the inaugural Latin American Music Awards in Hollywood, which aired on Telemundo, highlighting the star's cultural capital. In the following sections, my chronological analysis develops the second part of my argument about the sociocultural charge of Lucerito's star text in the s as it was specifically constructed within the Mexican ideological context.
During an interview in Tele Guia--Mexico's TV Guide, published by Carlos Amador and later sold to Televisa--reporter Lupita Olaiz calls Lucerito "Mexico's young promise" and claims that in Flirt, Lucerito "behaved at the height of her marvelous 15 years, without trying to dress like a star or a femme fatale. Olaiz labels Lucerito as the ideal fifteen-year-old: The Tele Guia article served to nuance the film's potentially provocative title and contain audience expectations. Lucerito is a flirt--safely controlled within the confines of the narrative--but she is definitely not a whore or a "femme fatale," exerting her wiles over men for her own gain. Lucerito's big screen debut in Flirt was accompanied by another youth singing-acting sensation: The plot of the film is simple and melodramatic: Pablo and Rocio sing to each other throughout the film and promise each other that "we will never ever separate Flirt capitalized on the two stars' established celebrity and utilized cross-promotion to market the film.
On her fifteenth birthday inLucerito appeared on Televisa's El show de las estrellas Show of the starshosted by the famous Cesar Costa, himself a s singing youth superstar. Lucerito tells the audience about her new movie, Flirt, a "musical" in which "I sing two songs! You will, won't you? Flirt is an important moment in Lucerito's career not only because she overtook her male counterpart, Pedrito Fernandez, but because she also proved to be far more popular than Hollywood teen star Molly Ringwald. It seems distributers believed Sixteen Candles would obtain the same success in Mexico, and the film received a special release on Valentine's Day at five peripheral neighborhood theaters in Mexico City--two multiscreens Pecime 1, Lago 1Jalisco in the far west, Cinema Uno in Alamos, and Las Americas in La Roma--but the film flopped and only ran for two weeks.
In contrast, Flirt opened at eighteen theaters all across Mexico City: Flirt ran for a whopping total of twelve weeks. That year, only four other films all of which featured adult protagonists stayed in theaters for longer than twelve weeks, making Flirt the longest-running youth film of in Mexico. Ensemble teen films primarily operate via stereotypes and high school experiences that do not match up to the lived Mexican experience. Look no further than the title Sixteen Candles; the Spanish title, Se busca novio, roughly translates to "Looking for a Boyfriend," completely eliminating the reference to the sweet sixteen.
Traditionally in Mexico, girls celebrate their fifteenth birthdays, called a quinceahera, instead of the sweet sixteen, meaning that Mexican teens could not even relate to the basic premise of Hughes's film. Cachun cachun ra rail The teen comedy show was produced for Televisa from to and featured an ensemble cast that represented the gamut of Mexican "high school" in Spanish called secundaria or preparatoria stereotypes. Televicine even produced a film, directed by Rene Cardona Jr. Cachun cachun ra ra!! Una loca, loca preparatoria A crazy, crazy high school. The show was so iconic that no other representation of high school on Mexican television rivaled the series until the release of Rebelde, a Televisa telenovela, in Televisa youth films ignore the nuances of youthful experiences that are elaborated in s Hollywood teen films and instead present narratives with a straightforward moral code that are unquestionably appropriate for the entire family--a way to ensure more ticket sales and profits.
Mexican teens were not getting lessons from Molly Ringwald on how to apply lipstick with their cleavage but rather were watching Lucerito live the dream life, singing and falling innocently in love with the hottest superstars of the day. Shary describes John Hughes's films as "serious and sensitive representations of teen relationships" and "sincere sexual portrayals"--an enormous contrast to the Televisa youth film, in which love is oversimplified and the adolescents are infantilized to the point that even kissing on-screen is barely acceptable.
In order to project a black-and-white code of morality, young protagonists who transgress in relatively harmless ways often face dire consequences. A great example in Flirt is when Rocio disregards her mother's warnings to not overexert herself and goes roller-skating with Pablo.
Her actions, motivated by Rodo's love for Pablo, lead to her death because her heart is too weak for activity. With Rocio's death, the film makes clear the high stakes of ignoring parental orders and promotes juvenile obedience. The ideological charge of Flirt suggests why the state might have been so supportive of Televisa and the moralizing media it produced. The Televisa youth films train Single hottie in juan aldama people to respect authority, alddama this familial authority eventually translates to the authority ujan the patriarchal Mexican state. The elaborate opening scene of Love Fever--an unabashed exhibition of What to do when he pulls back Miguel's singing talents--looks more like a music video for Luis Miguel's theme song for the film hotgie has nothing to do with Love Fevers narrative.
Lucerito plays an average teenage girl named Juaj who is obsessed with Uuan Miguel who plays himself in the film and has the opportunity to attend his concert when he tours in Acapulco, her hometown. The plot lacks coherence; we are never quite sure why Lucerito, while attempting to get Luis Miguel's autograph, is kidnapped by a group of criminals who, for some unknown reason, are in Luis Miguel's cabana. Hogtie loose ends are further complicated by multiple scenes where the audience jua privy to Lucerito's imagination like her wedding to Luis Miguel and their subsequent honeymoon.
These scenes--along with the entire film--play with the leitmotiv of fantasy and fandom and offer some interesting metareflections on Televisa's cross-promotion strategy. During the diegesis, Lucerito pulls out Luis Miguel's newest album and plays it on her record player. The camera centers on the album cover, and then the background of the shot changes to a news reporter holding the same album as she interviews Luis Miguel on a television program, undoubtedly broadcast by Televisa. Explicitly highlighting Luis Miguel's status ujan Televisa product, the anchor croons, "Since we first saw him on Siempre en domingo, we knew his career would go far.
The camera zooms out, and we jusn Lucerito as she watches Single hottie in juan aldama Miguel--pointing to the metanarrative of spectatorship Singlr the film. In Cine-Mundial, Juan Jimenez Patino writes, "Luis Miguel and Lucerito's fans, coming precisely from the desks of the private TV monopoly, have flooded theaters in these first days of exhibition. Love Fever encourages fandom, perpetuates the fantasy of reachable stardom, and presents a dream world where fans unknowingly absorb strict conservative values. The repeated representations of Luis Miguel's fans--both in hordes of wild girls and in the controlled, singular Lucerito--offer the opportunity to theater-going fans to lose themselves in the possibility of Lucerito's individual experience in a way that the small screen at home could not provide.
Despite being a normal girl who has a huge crush on Luis Miguel like most young Mexican girls in the sLucerito actually wins Luis Miguel's heart. Fans think, "This could be me! Lucerito's brand of stardom blurs the lines between fantasy and reality, meaning that fans who identify with Lucerito embrace both the conservative ideology and a set of behaviors. This ideology is reinforced by moments in the film where Lucerito and her mother discuss the importance of marriage or Lucerito's decision to wait to kiss Luis Miguel until he tells her that he loves her. Love Fever is Lucerito's only film to have garnered an international presence beyond Latin America, thanks to her costar Luis Miguel.
Love Fever premiered in Italy as Febbre d'amore in Lucerito rode on the coattails of Luis Miguel, who dominated all of the promotional materials in Italian while, in contrast, the two stars were always equal on Mexican movie posters--see fig. On one Italian poster, Luis Miguel lounges horizontally as voluptuous cheerleaders part of the opening sequence climb all over him. The poster presents him as "the idol of the young people today," and in very small letters, "with the singer Lucerito. Alejandro is adopted by three young twenty-somethings, including an artist who has painted Lucerito's portrait.
Upon seeing the painting, Alejandro falls in love with Cecilia, and once he finally meets her in person, he must hide his true identity as a "delinquent" because her parents would not approve of the match. The model of femininity projected through Lucerito in Delinquent--as well as in the other films I analyze here-falls strictly within traditional, conservative values. On- and off-screen Lucerito is prized for her chastity, purity, and innocence, and she sets an example of appropriate behavior for young Mexican girls.
Thus, her romantic relationships are central to the plot of her films and visualize acceptable teen relationships that ideally will lead to marriage. Televisa goes to great lengths to avoid nearly any kind of physical contact between adolescents. The company seems to have perfected what I call the "falling-in-love double zoom," a technique we see in Cecilia and Alejandro's epic first meeting. The nondiegetic, synth-heavy s music swells, and the camera cuts back and forth between Cecilia and Alejandro in medium close-ups.
The camera tracks in from a medium close-up to an extreme close-up of Alejandro's face, staring with wide eyes and oversmiling at Cecilia, a movement that is then repeated identically for Cecilia. Interestingly, this falling-in-love double zoom happens in a prior scene when Alejandro falls in love with Cecilia's portrait. The chaste double zoom communicates the development of romantic feelings without touching, just prolonged eye contact. During the clumsy ending of Run Away with Me, the falling-in-love double zoom happens once again.
In Delinquent we do eventually see a chaste peck shared between Cecilia and Alejandro, but only after Alejandro gives her a gift and verbally declares his love for her. Judging from the content and preoccupations of these films with Lucerito's purity, it is clear that control over female sexuality was at stake for the Televisa youth star films. Richard Dyer tells us that one of the relationships we see between stars and ideology is that "stars embody values that are to some degree in crisis. Televisa intimates its concerns about this potential change of a woman's role in society from mother and caretaker to empowered individual through its construction of Lucerito's hyperfeminine image and star-vehicle plot lines that promote chastity.
This time, Lucerito's film was coproduced by Televicine and Producciones Carlos Amador, two powerful corporations that came together to share in the profits of their young superstar. Televisa's favorite girl starred alongside yet another singing male counterpart, Manuel Mijares. This appearance, in contrast with her time on the family-friendly Always on Sunday, juaj Lucerito's developing appeal among aldaam age groups as she Single hottie in juan aldama drew Sijgle to adulthood. Run Away with Me's soundtrack was released on cassette in by Melody Records, part of Fonovisa--a company juaan, of course, connects smoothly aldaka to Televisa.
Jjan Julia Palacios and Tere Estrada note, Melody Records' hottid links to Televisa" allotted artists on the label access to "extensive marketing," hottiee the music label into Televisa's web aldxma horizontal integration and nottie promotion. Run Single hottie in juan aldama with Me aldamaa narrative revolves around normal girl Lucerito's journey to Mexico City to participate in Reina por un dia Queen for a day --a real show produced and hosted by Carlos Amador--in order jkan jumpstart her career as a singer and reunite with her childhood friend turned hottie Manuel Mijares. Producers even initially intended to title the film Queen for a Day, but they Slngle have thought it would be too direct.
As we Sintle in Love Fever, the ordinary and the extraordinary, the xldama and the ideal merged in Lucerito to create a stardom that had a strong iSngle to influence young fans. The television program Queen for a Day, the centerpiece of Run Away with Me, operates precisely on the notion that a normal girl can be a ohttie through Televisa's help, of course. In spite of the discourse of Slngle female purity, there exists a certain tension between the mandated chastity juna in the press and the sexualization of Lucerito that Televisa uses to draw in viewers. Journalist Juan Cervera exemplifies this tension perfectly when he describes Lucerito as "chastely captivating.
The young star quite literally becomes the cover girl for chastity. A headline from Novedades, a popular fan magazine, in June reads: Her penultimate film entailed a cross-dressing narrative that completely divorced Lucerito from the conservative feminine ideal upon which her stardom was constructed. Similarly, in the slapstick comedy Delicious Rascal a title whose wording in Spanish also suggests shamelessnessLucerito's role as the sexy, over-the-top criminal mastermind solidified her transition from innocent, morally upstanding girlhood to adulthood. Lucerito's body is constantly on display as she uses a plethora of disguises and her feminine wiles to deceive the men in her world.
The plots of both films break away from the tested family melodrama and lack the fantasy-inducing teen romances and metanarratives about stardom and fandom, as well as the hunky, famous costars who helped to make Lucerito's previous Televicine films successful. A further break from the formula, it seems Delicious Rascal never had a theatrical release but rather went straight to home video in Televicine quickly realized it could no longer cash in on its profitable model of youth stardom if Lucerito was no longer the youth star the company had manufactured years ago. Lucerito was not Televicine's last youth star; there were, in fact, two films at the top of Mexico's box-office charts by May that starred young female singers who embodied seemingly more disruptive and sexualized constructions of adolescence.
While there is much left to be said about Trevi's and Guzman's stardom, I point to this deviation from Lucerito's conservative, moral construction of stardom as the definitive end of the clean, family-friendly Televisa youth star film. Televicine was dissolved and combined with Videocine in after a series of box-office mishaps to create the new organization, Grupo Cine. Between andLucero appeared in nine telenovelas, though her most significant recurring roles were in Manana es para siempreSoy tu duenaand For ella soy Eva She was also the host of Teleton Telethon in Mexico from untilalthough now she hosts telethons all across Latin America. Despite her Latin American transnational fame, Lucero never made the transition into the Anglo media market either as teen superstar or as adult star.
Indeed, her inability to make that transition may illuminate the pigmentocratic forms underlying notions of Latinidad as displayed in the mainstream media in the United States. Whereas her phenotypically European appearance was part of her appeal in Mexico, perhaps she was too white to be subsumed under the label "Latina" in the US racial formation. It's that basso profundo voice and the fact that he always looks like he comes from Old Money, as he does as Anibal in Amores Verdaderos: In he was Mariano in Por un Beso currently on UniMas about to get a beat-down from Otto Sirgo Interestingly, these two had the best fight in the series: However, in 's La Hiena he was serious hot stuff: Could he and Johnny Depp be related?
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