Laura Elena Villa Bio, Wiki
Laura Elena Villa was best known for being the fourth wife of Armando Manzanero, a Mexican musician, singer, and composer of Maya descent, widely considered the premier Mexican romantic composer of the postwar era and one of the most successful composers of Latin America. It is being reported that her husband has died on December 28th, 2020 from COVID-19 complications.
The two celebrated their wedding in 2014. Armando was married three times before his marriage to Laura. His previous wives are Olga Aradillas m. 2002–2006, María Teresa Papiol Mirassou m. 1991–1998, and María Elena Arjona Torres m. 1957–1970.
Laura Elena Villa Had Given an Update on her Husband’s Health Status
The wife of maestro Armando Manzanero spoke exclusively for the show program “Ventaneando” about the current state of the Mexican singer-songwriter, who is hospitalized and intubated because of his suffering from coronavirus on December 24th.
Manzanero’s wife said that the family was very grateful for the affection of the Mexican people, who have made their partner feel the love of their audience. For this reason, he decided to talk with the commentators of Televisión Azteca to explain the current state of the teacher. “The doctors have reported to us that Armando’s lungs are working very well, all the medical problems they have had have been overcome,” he said.
Laura Elena further explained that one of the possible causes of the teacher’s low oxygenation was due to the use of cell phones with which he called his wife at all hours, removing the mask and shaking to talk. “Unfortunately for us, because he had a phone at hand, but this made him take off his mask, get emotional in some way. Who knows him doesn’t like being hospitalized, in fact, or going out to buy medicine at a pharmacy.” The wife explained.
Armando Manzanero Death & Cause
On 17 December 2020, Manzanero was hospitalized in Mexico City after being diagnosed with COVID-19. His health deteriorated and was intubated on 23 December. Manzanero died five days later from the virus, aged 85.
Music-lovers all the world over are in mourning today. We lost #ArmandoManzanero to COVID complications. He’s one of the greatest song-writers in Latin American history. Beloved by many who danced to and fell in-love with his ballads. His music will live forever.
RIP, Maestro.💔 pic.twitter.com/me8RwN0FdI
— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) December 28, 2020