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Ana Navarro received her 51 years in Miami

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In days gone by, the Nicaraguan-American commentator and political strategist, Anna Navarroturned 51 years old.

To celebrate his birthday in style, he decided to do it in the city of Miami, in South Florida, in the United States.

Navarro is known for appearing on various television shows and media outlets including CNN, CNN en Español, ABC News and Telemundo.

Currently, she co-hosts the talk show The View and has earned a few Emmy Award nominations for her work.

She is a political activist in the US, who is part of the Republican party.

And it was right on his show where he was encouraged to speak of his big day (December 28), and joked that it falls into the “Bermuda Triangle”, since it is between the Christmas holidays and the New Year.

Navarro and her team returned to work after the Christmas festivities, with the classic Conga, by Gloria Estefan, being heard in the studio.

“Come on, move your body with the conga! I know you can’t control yourself anymore!” says the song.

You can’t help but move!” exclaimed Joy Behar, who asked Navarro why she chose that particular song. “First of all, because of Gloria,” explained Navarro, her famous friend from area 305. “She’s Miami, she’s Latina, she’s rhythmic, she’s catchy.”

Then he specified that it was the song that his father, who is 82 years old, danced to at the famous brunch of drag queens, at the restaurant R House, highly criticized in the summer after a video of a drag queen jumping came to light. in place of Wynwood, with a minor.

But to continue talking about Navarro’s special day, she commented that it took an unexpected turn when her husband, Al Cárdenas, crashed into the electric gate in Coral gables with his car, and he got a flat tire.

Her father helped change the tire at a service station, Navarro said.

“We came home, drank a bunch of margaritas, sang and partyed like it was 1999,” Navarro told his colleagues.

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