Sara Carbonero Doesn’t Like Bad Jokes

14 Dec

(fast forward to 2:13)

Somebody is taking shots at my girl, and he should mind his surroundings from now on.

José Ramón de la Morena Pozuelo is a popular and renowned sports journalist for Spanish radio station Cadena SER. He and Sara Carbonero were presenting at the Premios 40 Principales awards ceremony in Madrid (their version of the Grammys more or less) last weekend when it came time to present the award for Best Spanish Language Female Artist.

Rather than read the card in front of him with Shakira’s name on it, de la Morena announced, “and the winner is…Iker Casillas!” For some reason the crowd, clearly not paying any attention at all to the proceedings, began cheering as though a real winner was announced. They seemed almost completely aloof to the fact that the best goalkeeper in the country just “won” an award for a female artist.

More importantly though, look at poor Sara. Look at her face and that feeling of disgust. That feeling of wanting to find a hole to crawl into. How dare this guy embarrass her like that on national television! Is he upset that she wouldn’t touch him with a ten foot pole? Is he suffering from insecurity issues standing next to the most beautiful WAG/TV Babe on this planet?

As for the joke itself, it doesn’t make much sense anyway. Casillas never dated the Columbian, and Gerard Pique is the focus of most tabloids these days when it comes to Shakira. So he sounds like even more of an idiot.

Somebody should teach this guy some manners. Because he’s a radio guy, he has the luxury of sitting in a room in an undisclosed location, with the freedom to say whatever he wants to whomever he pleases. No threat of retaliation or physical harm. But when you are standing alongside true beauty, the girlfriend of La Roja’s captain, you conduct yourself like a gentleman. You act your age, not your shoe size.

Now that we settled that issue, Sara looks pretty damn good, no?

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