Gloria Trevi on Sexual Exploits, Prison, New Reality Show

Trevi is a natural reality-show protagonist. In more than three decades as one of Mexico’s most loved (and controversial) celebrities, the flamboyant entertainer has cultivated a life story that borders on urban legend. At15, the Monterrey-born teen left home alone and headed to Mexico City, where she earned money selling gum on street corners and teaching aerobics. By 22, she had not only sold 3 million copies of her debut solo album, but had also nearly been banned from Mexican network Televisa for flashing her underwear on the station’s hugely popular variety show Siempre en Domingo (Always on Sunday). (“I told them I could take my underwear off so you don’t see them,” she recalls. “They said it was too aggressive of an act for a Mexican woman.”)

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