Mexico City /
On October 4, 2004, the first episode of the telenovela Rebelde was broadcast, from there the homonymous Mexican pop group was also born, which was composed of the actors and actresses: Anahi, Sweet Maria, Maite Perroni, Alfonso Herrera, Christopher Uckermann Y Christian Chávez.
Despite the fact that the last episode of the telenovela was broadcast on June 2, 2006, the group’s success did not end; to date they have a total of 24 albums: 9 studio, 5 live, 8 compilations and 2 EPs.
In fact, one of the albums that they recorded live and that are part of their discography is the RBD Tour Brazil, which was a tour in which the group dedicated itself entirely to touring Brazil.
They toured 12 Brazilian cities:
- Belo Horizonte.
- Porto Alegre.
- São Paulo.
- Rio de Janeiro.
Recently Sweet Maria appeared on the channel YouTube from Yordi Pink, and there he talked about his career, as well as about the first time he Rebelde appeared in Brazil.
The Mexican group did it in 2006 to perform an autograph signing in a mall, presentation in which, unfortunately, three people died.
“It was very ugly, it was the first time we went to Brazil, it was planned as an autograph signing with a showcase, in which we were going to sing two songs,” recalled Dulce María
Dulce María commented that in addition to signing autographs, due to the organization of the shopping center itself, the group was going to interpret two songsHowever, that got out of control.
“It was not a production of us, it was like the plaza organized it and it was the plaza’s parking lot and I don’t know if 5,000 people or something like that and 15,000 came.
(…) People started to push each other and we actually stopped the song and told them to stand back, you could see waves of people, but we had never experienced something like this. We got off, we didn’t finish singing because we saw that it was getting very strong, “added Dulce María.
After that mishap they took to each member to a house on the outskirts of the mall and tried to calm them down after the so dramatic situationbecause they had seen people fainted. However, it was until hours later that they were told that there were people who died in that event.
“It was something terrible because you finally know that even if it wasn’t your fault, if you didn’t exist, if you hadn’t gone to sing there, that wouldn’t have happened. The day after that we were all made of pomade and I don’t remember if they gave us a platinum record in Brazil, “said Dulce María.
The rebel singer added that a year later they returned to Brazil and they came face to face with the relatives of the fans who had passed away:
They told us about the story a bit, they showed us photos, they asked us to sign things for them, that it was their dream of them to meet us. It’s terrible and they tell you: ‘it’s not your fault’, it was something very ugly, very strong, very sad. Whenever we went to Brazil we would have a minute of silence for them ”. (Sweet Maria)
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Dulce María: fans died at RBD concert