Eli del Valle




Toni Cruz / Josep M. Mainat / Joan Ramon Mainat

Quédate conmigo

‘Quédate conmigo’ combined the aspects of an afternoon magazine, something between a talk show, debate, gossip column, latest news, quiz, fashion, music and comedy. To achieve all this, the programme’s presenter, the journalist Eli del Valle, had the support of a round table of speakers among whom were colleagues from her profession and figures connected to the world of the famous.

In the first part of the programme, the group of guests talked about all the latest gossip, helped by an actor playing different personalities in an ironic and very funny way. One of these personalities satirised was, for example, Mari Infierno, who was the comic clone of Mari Cielo Pajares, very mush in fashion at the time. Other easy targets were personalities from the first edition of Gran Hermano, who appeared regularly on the programme.

The second part of the programme, during which there was also a call-in quiz for viewers very similar to bingo, featured an approach to different questions. Each day a question was posed that would be debated by the platform under a talk show format. The majority of topics debated were related to the world of relationships, beauty, predictions, family relationships and, generally, anything of a social interest. Some people from the street gave their opinions and a real debate was established between them, the members of the round table and the studio audience, the contents of the show being enriched by this format. This was backed up by musical performances and fashion parades with the latest trends on show.


Show Channel Season Share Average share
Quédate conmigo Telecinco 2000 1.413.000 19,10 %
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