Actor Omar Chaparro shared a sweet sentiment on social media last week about his daughter, Andrea Chaparro, on her new show Rebelde, which debuted on Netflix on January 5.
“My daughter [Andrea] has been singing #Rebelde songs since she was 2 years old,” Chaparro wrote. “Today, she is one of the protagonists of the [Rebelde] series that premieres this day on [Netflix]. I wish you all the success and happiness in the world.”
Chaparro also included the trailer for the new series, so his fans could see what the show was all about. So, what song was his two-year-old daughter singing – “Otro Día Que Va?” “Santa No Soy?” “Fuego?” During a recent interview, Andrea said it was the original group’s self-titled track that had her entertaining her family during dinner.
“At family meals, I sang “Y soy rebelde,” [from the song ‘Rebelde’],” Chaparro said. “I stood at the table and there I decided that my moment of rebellion was going to begin.”
Rebelde is a reboot of the Mexican telenovela of the same name, which debuted in 2004 and ran for three seasons. The series follows a group of private school students in Mexico City who form a band. In the original 2004 series, the band portrayed on TV also performed in real life as RBD. So far, online reaction from viewers has been mostly positive, although there will always be haters.
In the new version, Chaparro plays a character named María José “MJ” Sevilla, a teenager and talented musician and singer from California who lies to her religious parents to get into the private school where Rebelde is set.
Rebelde is currently streaming on Netflix.