TOnée Giovanna Puente Portilla, artistically known as: anahísurprised all his fans this Wednesday, March 22, by posting a photo on his Instagram account where he is seen with a haircut identical to the one he used as Mia Colucci in the soap opera Rebel almost 20 years ago.
The 39-year-old actress showed herself with dyed blonde hair and a hairstyle with her iconic fringe on the forehead to release nostalgia on this social network for the past years since the end of the year. RBD as a group in 2009.
This change of look by Anahí seems to be a clear nod to the “I’m a Rebel Tour” this year, which will include the participation of: Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez and Christopher Uckermann.
In case Alfonso Herrerasince 2009 he has not been a member of the group and will not be present, despite the requests and pleas of his fans, on the reunion tour this year.
Dulce María and Maite Perroni, next?
Currently, Anahí is the only female member who has recovered her appearance from the novel. It is speculated, but not known, whether Dulce María herself will be a redhead like her character Robert and if Maite Perroni will do the same with black hair completely like lupita.
When does the “Soy Rebelde Tour” start?
After 15 years away from the stage, RBD returns this 2023 with the tour: “I’m Rebelde World Tour”which will cover four countries and 49 presentations from August 25 to December 17.
There will be 30 concerts in United States of Americafour in Brazilfour in Colombia and the final at 11 p.m Mexico to close with a flower trip that already seems to be a guaranteed success.
His most recent presentation was given on December 21, 2008 in Madrid, Spain. Since then, Anahí, Dulce María and Maite Perroni have focused on their careers as soloists and also on acting.
On their behalf, Christian Chávez, Christopher Uckermann and Alfonso Herrera dedicated themselves to various artistic projects.
RBD concerts in Mexico
November 23 and 24 and December 12 at the Mobil Super Stadium (home of the Sultanes de Monterrey of the Mexican Baseball League).
November 26 and 27 at Stadium 3 de Marzo in the Autonomous University of Guadalajara.
November 30, December 1, 2, 3, 16 and 17 at the Foro Sol in the capital of Mexico.
Tickets sold out in the United States and Brazil in less than 24 hours, and for the dates in Mexico they had to add seven more dates due to the high demand for tickets at the first four performances.