Yalitza Aparició caused a stir among her followers on social networks, after publishing a video in which she uses one of the most viral filters. Tik Tok This completely changes the color of her eyes, something that has been able to compare her to Kim Kardashian.
This isn’t the first time that the Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca, native has enjoyed several careers as the popular Chinese gridiron, influencing artists of Colombia’s Shakira stature with her dances and imitations.
However, with the latest post he shared on his account Tik Tok With over 847,000 followers, the 29-year-old actress used a filter, as well as a rinse, to sharpen her eyes, which is why for seconds her community thought she was the American socialite millionaire. In the background you can hear “Oh, what happened to me? this is not me. “ As part of the joke.
Aparicio started in the world of acting in 2018, after participating in the movie “Roma” directed by Alejandro González Iñarritu, and since then she has not left the spotlight, as she recently made her debut as a producer in the movie Dreamer, a story from real life. , which occurred in 1995, deals with labor exploitation in the United States.
According to the magazine diverse, Yelitza Aparicio has worked on this project with other great talents such as Alfredo Castro, Paulina Gaitán, Margot Robbie, and Brad Pitt.
“The movie, emotionally speaking, is very moving. The script is incredible. It’s a movie that keeps you present, and you always wonder what happens next. I’m proud to be a part of such an important and exciting film.” He told the following to the magazine.
Dreamer begins from the moment two police officers discover El Monte, a secret location in California, that housed 72 Thai nationals who worked in the prison and who were also undocumented.
The movie will be released on March 5 at Mammoth Film Festival and the production team has no doubts that it will be a hit because of the emotions that will be displayed in this production.
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