Theme Song for 'Silvana Sin Lana' Now Available on All Digital Platforms

The theme song for the new Telemundo novel Silvana Sin Lana, “Que Bo nito es lo bonito,” performed by Carlos Ponce, is now available on all digital platforms. Recorded in Miami and written by Carlos Ponce and Joel Someillán, the song is the theme for the new romantic comedy which airs Monday through Friday at 8 p.m. ET on the network.

“Que Bonito es lo bonito” delivers a positive message about enjoying life to the fullest and the value of love over material things. The song also includes a special collaboration in the chorus from the supporting cast of “Silvana Sin Lana” including Alexandra Pomales, Marcela Guirado, Vince Miranda, Patricio Gallardo, Thali Garcia, Samantha Dagnino, Ricardo Abarca, Raury Rolander, Briggitte Bozzo and Santiago Torres.

Silvana Sin Lana, starring Carlos Ponce, Maritza Rodríguez, Marimar Vega and the Oscar-nominated actress Adriana Barraza, is a romantic comedy about an upper-class woman who loses her fortune in an unexpected twist of fate. With no other options, she moves to a poor neighborhood, where she struggles to adapt to her new lifestyle and resist her attraction to the fish seller next door. Silvana Sin Lana is an original story by Rodrigo Bastidas and Elena Muñoz, adapted by Sandra Velasco and directed by Luis Manzo and Ricardo Schwarz, with Carmen Cecilia Urbaneja as executive producer.

Carlos Ponce is an internationally recognized Puerto Rican actor, singer-songwriter and host. His debut album was certified double platinum and held the #1 spot in the Latin Billboard charts in the USA, Central, and South America. As an actor, he has played the leading role in Spanish-language telenovelas including Dame Chocolate, Perro Amor and Santa Diabla. In general market television and film, he has played various roles throughout his career, including Beverly Hills 90210, 7th Heaven, Just My Luck, Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo, and more recently in Telenovela, Cristela, Devious Maids, Couples Retreat, Spy and animated films such as Río, Freebirds and Ice Age 5, among others.

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