RBD Star Alfonso Herrera Opens Up about the Devastating Fallout of a Dark Moment in the Band’s History

Alfonso Herrera opens up about a difficult experience with RBD

Mexican actor and singer Alfonso Herrera recently spoke to People en Español about a dark moment in the history of his former band, RBD. The group rose to fame in the early 2000s after starring in the popular soap opera Rebelde.

Herrera revealed that there was a moment when the group felt an immense pressure to continue producing hits and meeting the expectations of their fans. This eventually led to a difficult decision: the band opted to release an album that they didn’t fully believe in.

The aftermath of the decision

According to Herrera, the album had a negative impact on the group’s morale and relationship with one another. He revealed that the experience left him feeling uneasy and unsure of what to do next.

“I’m still a little afraid,” he admitted to People en Español. “It’s easy to say that you’re going to take control of your career, but sometimes the industry doesn’t work that way.”

The lessons learned

Despite the difficult experience, Herrera shared that he learned valuable lessons from the situation. He realized the importance of being true to oneself and not compromising one’s beliefs for the sake of success.

“It’s better to be true to your heart than to try and please everyone,” he stated. “That experience taught me to trust my gut instinct and not be swayed by the opinions of others.”

Moving forward

Now, Herrera continues to pursue his passion for acting and music on his own terms. He stresses the importance of listening to oneself and taking control of one’s own journey.

As for the future of RBD, Herrera stated that he is open to the possibility of a reunion, but only under the right circumstances.

“I have very fond memories of that time, but I also know that we were very young and in a very unique situation,” he shared. “If there’s a possibility, I would love to do it, but we would have to approach it in a way that’s respectful and meaningful.”

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