Should telenovela superstar Adamari López quit acting one day, she could easily take up ballroom dancing.
During last night’s grand finale of Mira Quién Baila, the 40-year-old Puerto Rican actress took home the crown on Univision’s celebrity dancing competition.
“I think I danced with my heart,” López said.
After coming in ahead of the competition, López’s face was all-aglow during a post-victory interview AOL Latino.
“I would scream again but I screamed earlier and I think there are others doing interviews right now so I can’t scream, but I am so happy and very excited,” the Amigas y Rivales actress. “I am very appreciative of the public of their votes.”
López reportedly received two million votes to clinch the title.
During her interview with AOL Latino, the breast cancer survivor talked about her selected charity, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a foundation that fights against breast cancer. The organization will receive López’ grand prize earnings.
López danced her way past singer Priscila Angel and Puerto Rican actor Erik Estrada, who placed third place.