Last night, the Latin Grammy Awards were held in Las Vegas, and one of the stars on the red carpet was Georgina Rodriguez, who chose a sequined dress with a high neckline on the side for this occasion. Rodriguez walked the red carpet in a sequined brown dress with a provocative side cut that showed off her bare leg.
On her feet, she wore open heeled sandals in a shade, and she completed the look with two rings and teardrop diamond earrings. Also, the 28-year-old girlfriend of Cristiano Ronaldo appeared at another event in Las Vegas a day earlier, and she attracted attention with her fashion release.
Georgina was a guest at the Latin Grammy party where they choose the "personality of the year", which honors the career of a Latin artist every year. For this occasion, she wore a blue sequined dress with no sleeves and a rather accentuated neckline, and like the brown dress, it had a high neckline on the side.
The mermaid design of the dress emphasized her curves, but also her thin waist.
#GeorginaRodriguez attends The Latin Recording Academy's 2022 Person of the Year Gala in Las Vegas on November 16. #CristianoRonaldo #ManchesterUnited pic.twitter.com/P3L8ZGQRo8 — It's a Wag Wag World (@ItsAWagWagWorld) November 17, 2022
Georgina Rodriguez lives in luxury, while her half-sister "barely survives"
Recently Georginas, Patricia Rodriguez, revealed that she lives without any help from her half-sister Georgina. "I am broke and my sister does not help me," Patricia told TV show Socialite.
"What hurts me most are my children, not me. After all, with a piece of bread I can eat, but my children, who are her nephews... Sometimes I have enough to eat, sometimes I don't. Sometimes I have enough to pay the rent, sometimes I don't.
As a sister I don't expect all this." The 33-year-old pointed out that sometimes she only has enough to pay for food and rent, while sometimes she struggles to survive. The relationship with Georgina, she revealed, became particularly turbulent after the death of their father in 2019.
Patricia also revealed that her half-sister "kicked her out" of her life. "Georgina, I need help, you are my sister," she added. "I know she has no obligation and responsibility, but, since she is supportive and so good to others, at least she should be with her nephews and nieces.
If you don't want to be with me, be with your nephews." Earlier this year, a documentary about the life of Georgina arrived on Netflix, and the native Argentinian did not mention Patricia, but only her sister Ivana.