During the morning Angel Hitomi and her boyfriend (bodegas) Cristiano join us, safe and save (but nevertheless well tired) despite the many troubles with their flights.
At 14:00, between a taco and a tamale, we have an interview (shot with a videocamera and to be put on the next issue's CD) with the animation magazine Anime Connexion.
Meanwhile we know also the other guest in our group: she is Jessica Toledo, singer voice actress from Chile, who mainly sings anime op and ed songs, and her silent but nice friend and manager Mauricio.
Before getting ready for the conference to be held in the evening in a hotel in downtown, we have time to relax in our room: watching foreign ads and local TV shows is always funny, not to mention that among the music videos we can watch ad masterpieces of the 80s like Milli Vanilli who I had put in the oblivion for more than 10 years: good things, uh?
Coming to know that in South America singers like Paolo Meneguzzi and Valeria Rossi are well known is, instead, something to worry about… but the final blow comes from Jessica who sings the Spanish version of Ambra's "T'Appartengo" ;_; (ti giuro amore , un amore eternoooooooooooooooo… I swear darling I will love you foreveeeeeeeeer). I wished I could bury myself deep.
The evening conference was some sort of introducing of the guests of the 11th edition of TNT, and besides Laura and me (we were wearing Fiona and Alcyone costumes), the already mentioned Jessica, the Blood IV, a Japanese rock metal group (the drummer was really handsome and the bass looked like a Japanese version of Joey Tempest *_*), the Mexican champions of Pump It Up (the Korean Dance Dance Revolution, very famous in Mexico) and the Mexican-Korean group Larkspur were there.
Everything was really funny.
Laura and I were sitting at our table, with our names well shown on plates (just like the evening news) and the ever useful bottle of water on the table and our translator Mario on our side ready for any occurrence.
Thanks to my sister's help, I had written a short and funny speech in Spanish that the audience seemed to like laughing (evidence that they understood the humour ^_^).
In the end I even got an applause ;___________________; ; what a (cerebral, obviously) commotion.
After the self introduction it was question time; damned Mexicans, they start so shy and then they like it and they won't let you!!!
Ok, let's give up jokes, the question time was really interesting, a ritual to be repeated many times in the following days.
After the meeting, we have literally been overwhelmed by requests for pictures and autographs: we were so embarrassed, but we would have come to get used also to this… nearly ^_^