Laura Bozzo is always surrounded by controversy and she thrives speaking her mind. Her latest feud is with Mark Tacher, the star of the Univision telenovela "Que Te Perdone Dios." It all started when the cast of the Angelli Nesma production was set to appear on her talk show to promote the premiere. For reasons unknown, Tacher did not show up to the taping, which Bozzo took as a personal diss to her. Ferdinando Valencia, another actor from the cast, was in the studio, but Laura did not allow him to go in front of the cameras to promote the series. During a recent interview with a Mexican tabloid, Bozzo fired back at Tacher.

"I don't remember him, there are actors that are from noble birth, the Olympian gods," she said. "I am a 'naca' (low class), I am from the people and they support me, and the important actors don't like me." Laura did not hold back on that one and is seemingly upset. This is not the first time she belittles herself and refers to herself as a "naca." Laura Bozzo attended the Premios TVyNovelas 2015 event on Sunday night as her talk show was nominated for an award. The Peruvian host in the Best Stand-Alone Program category where it competed against "Como Dice El Dicho," "Hermosa Esperanza" and "La Rosa De Guadalupe." The panel of judges voted for "Como Dice El Dicho" and awarded the Genoveva Martinez-produced show. After the category was over Bozzo took to Twitter to congratulate the production and it all seemed that she took her lost with grace.

"Congratulations to 'Como Dice El Dicho,' the truth is I left early because I had nothing to do there, I felt fatal," she wrote. Bozzo later added, "It's an event for famous artists. It's really fun to see the judging panel is all from the 'Hoy' show, it's the same circle as always, nothing to do with me." Laura was referring to numerous people of the panel that do not like and criticize her work like Flor Rubio and Lupita Martinez. She then later went on a rant, seemingly referring to Andrea Legarreta and Galilea Montijo, the hosts of the night and personalities on the Televisa morning show. Bozzo replied to Enrique Arreola's tweet saying, "the glamorous stars that think they own Televisa, I am low-class. I am seriously never going to those things again." She later added, "they are the goddesses of the network. They don't even say hi to me, they seem as the low-class Indian, but if the people love me, who is against me."