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Raul de Molina said there's nothing sexist about women dancing in bikinis or being interviewed in a hot tub on El Gordo y La Flacathe live Spanish-language television show he's hosted for 17 years. The show has been criticized for its portrayal of women, a complaint that's followed other Spanish-language shows. Recently it also came under fire after a former host compared Michelle Obama to a monkey in Planet of the Apes. De Molina said he's been asked about the hot tub interviews, a show staple, multiple times.
Atencio planned to "represent our people, proud of having a seat at the table, literally and figuratively" by wearing a dress that featured the colors of many Latin American nations' flags: yellow, blue, and red. Before the event, however, Atencio received a phone call from an unnamed female manager at MNBC, who wanted to make sure she was "prepared for such a prestigious gathering," and asked what she had planned on wearing. Atencio wrote in her book that the manager said, "Please don't look too Latina.