The Antena 3 Noticias video that tells the story of Shakira and Piqué’s breakup with song lyrics, more viewed on Twitter than on television | TV | The USA Print

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The viral video of Antena 3 Noticias that musicalizes an informative piece about the breakup of Piqué and Shakira.
The viral video of Antena 3 Noticias that musicalizes an informative piece about the breakup of Piqué and Shakira.

The commented sentimental rupture of the singer Shakira and the FC Barcelona footballer Gerard Piqué has reached the news. The weekend edition of Antena 3 Noticias has reported on the statement released by the couple and has done so with a collage composed of some of the lyrics from the Colombian’s extensive discography.

Some users of social networks, surprised by the innovativeness of the language used in the Antena 3 news, have shared the video. In it, Mónica Carrillo is seen giving way to a piece by Josu Larrea and Gonzalo Rodríguez composed mainly of songs such as I fell in love, waka waka, Rabid, Torture, There I leave you Madrid and other hits of the singer.

One of those messages published this Sunday on Twitter, from the account @ismachlbs, has surpassed 3.7 million views in just over 24 hours. The Antena 3 news programs are the most watched in Spain in all its time slots. Weekend Newspresented by Carrillo together with Matías Prats, reaches between 1.3 and 2 million viewers on average in its evening and night broadcasts, so its reach on the social network has been much higher.

That the news programs of the main Spanish channels (Telecinco also addressed the news in them) have dealt with the subject or the relaxed language with which they have done so have aroused criticism from the social network. The truth is that the news spaces of the networks around the world have been incorporating videos from YouTube, TikTok and other platforms for some time to feed on content. a decade ago, The Today Worldpublished a satirical news titled A failure on YouTube leaves LaSexta without news, which the chain itself echoed with humor. This time, with the video of Shakira and Piqué, the news programs have imitated the language of YouTube instead of reproducing it.

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