In the last hours, Moria Casán generated a great media stir after Caras magazine revealed her romance with Fernando “Pato” Galmarini. And far from going out to deny it, the actress confirmed that she has been dating the historical Peronist leader for a long time, father of Malena Galmarini and father-in-law of Sergio Massa.
“Total crush with Galmarini, my virtual teacher in the history of Peronism. He was in my bed 30 years ago and the tension continued there,” the capocomic told the journalist Pía Shaw, referring to the interview he did with the politician in 1991 in his cycle “To bed with Moria”, and explained that, for the moment, he will not make any more statements about his love life.
While Sebastián, one of Galmarini’s children with Marcela Durrieu, also confirmed the engagement.
“Sebastián Galmarini, Malena Galmarini’s brother, I ask him if Moria and his father are in a relationship, and he tells me: ‘Well, they are fine. Couple, I don’t know. Dating,’ he says,” explained Andrea Taboada, who communicated with the political scientist and member of the board of the Banco Provincia de Buenos Aires.
Apparently, the relationship is not recent, but they have been together for several months, but with a very low profile. Until recently, “La One” was in a relationship with the plastic artist Humberto Poidomani, whom she secretly married in December 2019 in Florence, Italy. But from that moment on, they lived a long distance relationship. “The question is this: I got married, I separated and I am divine because we ‘orgasmed’ intellectually,” explained the former jury of “Cantando 2020” when she was invited to “PH, We can talk.” In addition, he described the relationship with the artist as an “intellectual bond.” But apparently, the distance and the impossibility of seeing each other personally due to the pandemic caused the rupture.
Beyond his good sentimental moment, Casán is preparing to return to the stage with “Brujas”, the play that he stars in the Multitabaris Comafi theater with Thelma Viral, Nora Cárpena, Sandra Mihanovich and María Leal. Before President Alberto Fernández announced the reactivation of artistic and cultural activities, the actress had proposed that theatrical shows, as in the case of sporting events, be televised. “Question #LA_CONMEBOL will not be able to merge with AADET, AADA, SAGAI, VARIEDADES, INDEPENDENT THEATER and achieve that all theatrical works are televised without an audience and that it is profitable for all?”, He raised with the irony that characterizes it. And he added: “‘Let’s take care of our pockets’ would be the slogan. #I haveNausea and anger! I will try to transform it into energy so that a ball does not humiliate us so much.”