Viva 87 (1986)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Concha Velasco ... Self - Host
José Luis Perales José Luis Perales ... Self - Performer
José Luis Coll José Luis Coll ... Self - Comedian (as Tip y Coll)
Luis Sánchez Polack Luis Sánchez Polack ... Self - Comedian (as Tip y Coll)
Arantxa Argüelles Arantxa Argüelles ... Self - Performer
Antonio Castilla Antonio Castilla ... Self - Performer
Nina Hagen ... Self - Performer
Manolo Vieira Manolo Vieira ... Self - Comedian
Kim Manning Kim Manning ... Self - Dancer (as Kim)
Luis Bonicalzi Luis Bonicalzi ... Self - Dancer
Olé Olé Olé Olé ... Themselves - Performers
Bigote Arrocet Bigote Arrocet ... Self - Performer
Dúo Dinámico Dúo Dinámico ... Themselves - Performers
Eloy Arenas Eloy Arenas ... Self - Comedian
Félix 'El Gato' Félix 'El Gato' ... Self - Comedian


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The most commented moment by the audience of this six and a half hour long gala was the fall Mayra Gómez Kemp had while doing a musical performance alongside Concha Velasco, Raúl Sender, Paco Valladares and Bibiana Fernández. Just earlier, José Luis Perales and Nina Hagen had appeared on stage and the public had thrown flowers to the scenery, specially on Perales' performance.

As the gala was live, there was no time to sweep the floor before Mayra and the others' performance, the commercial break was scheduled to be done right after that performance. While doing a dancing step, Mayra stepped on a flower, it made her slip and she fell down right when the camera was focused on her. She didn't get injured, quickly got up and resumed the performance as if nothing had happened, but the incident was the biggest highlight of all the show.

As she later said, the following morning, on New Year's Day, Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, with whom she regularly worked in Un, dos, tres... responda otra vez (1972), phoned her and told her "Babe, you don't know what to do to get people's attention. Out of six hours of show, people only talks about your fall." The fun fact is, the following day, when the show was repeated in the afternoon, people who hadn't seen the show live were watching to see the infamous fall, but the repeated version was cut for time, and among the things that were cut off was the fall, disappointing these viewers. See more »


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Written by Marcelo Montesano
Performed by Olé Olé
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31 December 1986 (Spain) See more »

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