Magic Water Circuit pays tribute to the legendary Yola Polastri after her death

The recent departure of Yola Polastri has deeply shocked Peruwhich has left a void in the hearts of those who grew up admiring her charisma and dedication on Peruvian television. Affectionately known as the ‘TV Girl’Yola left an indelible legacy as a children’s entertainer. Her death, announced through social media and the media, has generated a wave of tributes and displays of affection from her colleagues, followers and the general public.

Polastri She was not only a prominent personality in the field of children’s entertainment, but also a beloved figure who transcended the screen, since she positively impacted the childhood of many Peruvians. Her ability to connect with children through her television programs made her a cultural icon, whose memory will endure for her unique contribution to the country’s media landscape.

Magic Water Circuit pays tribute to the legendary Yola Polastri

The touching tribute to the legendary Yola Polastri at the Magic Water Circuit in Lima was broadcast on Latina Television. The event, which took place recently, attracted admirers and followers of the renowned Peruvian children’s entertainer, who left a deep mark on several generations thanks to her charisma and talent.

The tribute was marked by emotional moments and the projection of his most memorable performances, thus highlighting his invaluable contribution to the entertainment and popular culture of the country.

Who was Yola Polastri?

Yola Polastri, born on February 25, 1950, received early educationat the Santa Rosa de Lima School and trained in ballet in Miraflores under the tutelage of Diana Kané and Fanny Dreyfus, as well as in modern dance with Trudy Kressel. She also trained at the Lima Theatre Club.

She began her television career at the age of 17 on Panamericana Televisión, where she participated in several soap operas and programs alongside renowned actors such as Ofelia Lazo, Saby Kamalich and Ricardo Blume. She also stood out in co-hosting and co-starring roles.

Later, upon joining America Television,Yola PolastriShe began directing and producing her own children’s programs, becoming a pioneer in Peruvian television. Affectionately known as ‘The Girl from the TV’, dedicated decades of her life to entertaining and educating Peruvian childrenleaving an indelible mark on several generations. Sadly, he passed away at the age of 74, as reported by his family.

What was the illness that affected Yola Polastri?

On May 15th,Magaly Medina reported that Yola Polastri had suffered a strokeand was being treated in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Delgado Clinic in Miraflores. The production of‘Magaly TV, the firm’contacted Augusto Polastri, the artist’s brother, who provided details about her health status.

“Her condition is a little delicate, it’s been 2 or 3 days now. She had a small stroke, a cerebral infarction, something like that. Right now she’s recovering, she’s sedated, she’s sleeping. Today (May 15), in the morning, she hasn’t woken up, her blood pressure has gone up a little. We have to wait 4 or 5 days for the swelling to go down a little and we hope for good results,” her relative said at the time. On June 20, the artist was discharged after a month in the ICU, but her family reported that her condition was still delicate.

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