Bárbara Bermudo's scandalous exit from Univision has created ripples in the entertainment industry. María Celeste Arrarás, who Bermudo replaced on "Primer Impacto," has publicly reacted to the news of her colleague's axing. "Bárbara is a believer and I am sure that during these moments she has found the strenght in her unbreakable faith," she told People En Español. "I don't know the causes of this surprising twist in her career, but I have great appreciation for her and I wish her all the luck in the world wholeheartedly."

Carmen Dominicci, who worked side-by-side with Bermudo during a period of the show, told the magazine: "I am sure that she will overcome this as she has two invincible weapons: her daughters that are her motivation and God in her heart."

Her former "Primer Impacto" colleagues have also made public statements. "We have communicated via text, she is well," Tony Dandrades told "Suelta La Sopa." Natalia Cruz, who has filled in the main hosts chair from time to time had the following to add: "We obviously can't talk about the issue. I love Barbara and she is a great professional, that I can say. We are going to miss her a lot, but the only thing I can say is that she is a great person. She has a marvelous family, beautiful daughters and a husband that supports her. She is a go getter, very smart, very creative that I know that she will be fine."

Bárbara Bermudo has broken her silence after days without updating her social media accounts or making a public statement. The television journalist took to Instagram to share a message to all of her fans: "Hello my beautiful people. I was absent from social media to intimately with God, to reflect and thanks for everything. I have all of you in my hear, in my mind, thank you, thank you, thank you and thank you for all of your love and beautiful messages.”